1.5 Degrees: How the Ocean could be key to preventing climate change

New research by the Geophysical Research Letters suggests that patterns of the Pacific Ocean might determine when we will cross the 1.5 degree Celsius increase in warming set out in the Paris Climate agreement. To speak to us about when and why we look like we will cross this threshold, we are joined by Ben Henley, a researcher in Climate and Water Resources at the University of Melbourne.

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