Climate change: past, present and future

Date: 23 April 2018

The talk draws on findings from applying novel empirical approaches to understanding climate change and its impacts in the past, present, and future. The talk will highlight the impact major ‘natural’ changes in global climate have had on the five largest mass extinctions over the last 500 million years, and will explain modelling of recent CO2 emissions and concentrations which confirm the impact of human activity, with a focus on UK CO2 emissions over the period 1860 - 2016. The role of major policy interventions which have reduced the UK’s per capita annual emissions below any level since 1860 when the UK was the 'workshop of the world’ will be investigated. ...

David Hendry

Economic Modelling

Climate change: past, present and future

Hendry, D. (2018, April, 23rd). 'Climate change: past, present and future'. [Video]. Retrieved from: https://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/videos/view/674