Feeling the heat? Got questions to ask about climate change? You’re not alone. Dr Karl Kruszelnicki and Tim Flannery have investigated this vexing subject as thoroughly as anyone. They join Nick Rowley for an enlightening discussion that answers many of your questions and poses a few more. From melting ice caps to the effect of rising sea levels on our coastlines, our response to these problems will matter – and sooner than we thought, it seems.
Supported by Bupa Health Foundation.
Tim Flannery (Australian)
Tim Flannery is the 2007 Australian of the Year. He is Chief Councillor of the Australian Climate Council, Australia's largest and most successful crowdfunded organisation, which he founded in 2013. He is currently Distinguished Visiting Fellow in Climate Change at the Australian Museum, Sydney. Tim has taught at Harvard University and has advised governments both in Australia and Canada. In 2007, he established and co-chaired the Copenhagen Climate Council, and in 2011 was appointed Australia's first Climate Commissioner. He serves on the Board of the Prince Albert II Foundation, and has been a board member of WWF International and the Australian Wildlife Conservancy and an advisor to the National Geographic Society. He has published more than 140 peer-reviewed scientific papers and has named 25 living and 50 fossil mammal species, many from Papua New Guinea. His 32 books include The Future Eaters and The Weather Makers, which has been translated into more than 20 languages. He has made numerous documentaries and regularly writes for The New York Review of Books.