Scientific view: the scale and the urgency (part 3)

In the final part of Dr. Emily Shuckburgh’s article, she turns to extreme weather and the challenges of responding to this in order to limit warming to 1.5C.
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Scientific view: the scale and the urgency (part 2)

Dr. Emily Shuckburgh is a climate scientist at the British Antarctic Survey. This is part two of her article in which she highlights the need for dramatic and rapid emissions redutions in order to prevent damaging climate change.
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Are you working for a climate offender?

How proactive is your employer on climate? POW UK's Angus takes a look what makes a climate offender, and what to do if you work for one.
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What comes of volunteering

POW UK volunteer Faith Robinson provides her testimony on how volunteering can shape your own life path.
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What’s the beef?

Why is beef such a big climate change issue? And what can we do about it? POW UK's Becca has the low-down.
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Making tracks to the Alps

Snowcarbon's Daniel Elkan discusses the many benefits of travelling to the Alps by train, instead of by plane.
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Our Planet – Behind the lens

Ryan Atkinson, a wildlife cameraman, shares his unique perspective from behind the lens of Netflix's Our Planet series.
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Running for climate change

‘Tonight We Dine in Hell’ are a winter-loving team raising awareness of climate change by completing some of the toughest OCR courses in the country.
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Welcome to our new site

Welcome to the brand new Protect Our Winters Site! Our team have been hard at work over the last few months building the site and moving all our content across to the new server. Here are just a few things that have changed with our site.
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University Guardian Update

As our University Partners ease back into the second half of the academic year, post-ski trip blues still very much hanging over our heads, we look back at all the incredible work our campus Winter Guardians have carried out over the first half of the year.
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Ready to be a hero? The future of snowsports is in your hands…

With the global climate now around 1°C degree warmer than pre-industrial times and at the current rate of warming, we will blow through 1.5°C in the 2040s and the 2°C target in the 2060s, give or take.
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Scientific view: the scale and the urgency (part 1)

Dr. Emily Shuckburgh is a climate scientist at the British Antarctic Survey. She is at the forefront of observing the dramatic and shocking changes in our ice sheets and greenhouse gas levels. In part one of Emily's powerful article, she highlights the high environmental and economic risks of continually elevating CO2 levels.
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