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Mary Edwards on Radio 4's Climate Change and Me

Published: 25 May 2018
One of Mary Edwards' research trips
A photo from one of Mary's research trips to the Arctic

Don't miss Professor Mary Edwards, from Geography and Environment, speaking about climate change on BBC Radio 4.

Mary recently took part in the recent BBC Radio 4 series on Climate Change and Me. The series aims to share stories from scientists about their experiences of climate change and what they hope for the future.

In this week's episode, Mary shares with the programme some of her experiences from living in Alaska for many years. She is passionate about her work in the Arctic and continues to conduct research there. In the show, Mary talks about witnessing a cruise ship navigating the Northwest Passage for the first time and seeing Arctic villages disappear after landmass has been lost due to melting ice.

Listen to the episode of Climate Change and Me to hear more.


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