An expert meeting about nature positive, net zero cities was organised yesterday by the Science Museum, Natural History Museum and Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Roger Highfield, Phil Stevenson, and Tim Littlewood reflect on the day.
Roger Highfield, Science Director, rounds up the reaction to the latest UN Climate Change Conference, COP27.
Roger Highfield, Science Director, reports on how the need for urgent action to curb climate change has intensified as the UK’s presidency of COP26 draws to a close.
The Natural History Museum and Science Museum jointly hosted a meeting of experts yesterday (5 September 2022) to discuss ecosystem destruction and the climate emergency. Roger Highfield, Science Director at the Science Museum, and Tim Littlewood, Executive Director of Science at the Natural History Museum, reflect on what was discussed.
The verdict on the outcome of the most important climate talks in recent years is in, says Science Director Roger Highfield, in the first in a new series of climate-focused blog posts. The historic ‘Glasgow Climate Pact’ agreed at COP26 is more than some expected, but falls short of what many had hoped.
In the latest of our Climate Talks, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, John Kerry, called for ambition to be matched by action, as the Science Museum Group’s Communications Director, Pete Dickinson describes.
This morning, Prime Minister Boris Johnson launched the UK Year of Climate Action at the Science Museum. The museum’s Deputy Director Dr Julia Knights explains why the Science Museum Group will be a prominent scientific voice in preparations for the most important climate meeting on the planet.