Episode 11: UCAR – pushing the boundaries of academic collaboration in atmospheric research

Episode 11: UCAR – pushing the boundaries of academic collaboration in atmospheric research
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Business of Weather speaks to Dr. Tony Busalacchi, President of the the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR), about atmospheric research, public health, and how we might extend the benefits of the Covid-19 lockdown

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Episode 6: Climate change, conflict and war

Episode 6: Climate change, conflict and war
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Business of Weather talks to Louise van Schaik who heads up the Planetary Security Initiative which was launched in 2015 by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs to research new approaches to reducing climate-related risks to conflict and stability

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Episode 5: Climate engineering – who will take responsibility for the consequences?

Episode 5: Climate engineering – who will take responsibility for the consequences?
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Business of Weather talks to Andy Parker, Project Director of the Solar Radiation Management Governance Initiative (SRMGI), an international, NGO-driven project that seeks to expand the global conversation around the governance of climate engineering research.

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Episode 4 – The WMO strives to encourage collaboration between the public & private sectors.

Episode 4 – The WMO strives to encourage collaboration between the public & private sectors.
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Business of Weather talks to Dimitar Ivanov, the Director of Public-Private Engagement at the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO)

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