2023 is set to be the hottest year on record, and there’s more to come.
Euronews brought together a panel of experts for this Climate Now live debate. They delved into the details of how our planet is warming, explored the psychology of climate change adaptation, and heard examples of how to live in extreme temperatures.
Watch the full-length conversation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OguNaZQHvc4&t=2400s
Lucy Hubble-Rose is fascinated by how to make change happen. She explains why society is slow to react and how to reach a net-zero future.
Zachary Labe makes climate data easy to see and understand. He explores and explains the extraordinary 2023 climate figures.
Samantha Burgess works on the interface between European policy and science. She offers perspective on 2023’s ‘off the chart’ Copernicus data.
Alexandre Florentin is testing out whether Paris can survive at 50 degrees. He has insight into the French capital’s latest heatwave experiments.
Hosted by Climate Now presenter, Jeremy Wilks. Learn more about how our planet is changing on https://www.euronews.com/green/green-series/climate-now