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Jun 5, 2019

Caroline Coch, Climate Science Communications Specialist speaks to Prof Liz Bentley, Chief Executive at RMetS, about the D-Day landings and Captain James Stagg’s involvement into it.

D-Day, the allied invasion to free western Europe from Nazi Germany, took place on the 6th June 1944. The operation was highly weather...


May 23, 2019

Caroline Coch, Climate Science Communications Specialist at RMetS speaks to Fredi Otto, acting director of the Environmental Change Insitute at the University of Oxford. They discuss the latest briefing paper on “Attribution of extreme weather events”. The paper can be found here.

The Society's Climate Science...


Apr 25, 2019

Caroline Coch, Climate Science Specialist at RMetS, speaks to Adam Scaife, Head of Long-range forecasting at the Met Office and Professor at Exeter University. They discuss the latest briefing paper Solar Variability: Does variation in the Sun's output affect climate? 

The Royal Meteorological Society just released the...


Apr 11, 2019

Six months ago, the IPCC released the “Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5 °C”. In this episode we are discussing the transformations that need to happen, the topic of global justice and policy action. Are we on track? What has happened since its release?

Caroline Coch, Climate Science Specialist at RMetS,...


Oct 15, 2018

For our 13th episode, Liz sits down with John Mitchell, former Chief Meteorologist at the Met Office and author of our new briefing paper on “Climate Modelling”. They discuss how climate models work and the science behind them, how they’re validated and the difference between short-term forecasts and long-term...