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The sixth report from the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is a vast and terrifying analysis of humanity's impact on the conditions for life on Earth. It took hundreds of climate experts from all over the world four years to write, drawing on decades of prior knowledge. They’re advising humanity on what it’ll take for our civilisations to survive.
Who are those scientists? What do they actually do? And what do they care about?
Host and IPCC lead author Dr Joelle Gergis, and her friend, journalist Michael Green, guide listeners through the report – via the experts who wrote it. In each episode, they meet some of scientists involved, and get immersed in their lives and their science.
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