This discussion series is a joint activity of the Analysis, Integration, and Modeling of the Earth System (AIMES) global research project of Future Earth, the Earth Commission Working Group 1 Earth and Human Systems Intercomparison Modelling Project (EHSMIP) under the Global Commons Alliance and the Safe Landing Climates Lighthouse Activity of World Climate Research Program (WCRP).
The presentations will be given by:
-Climate tipping points: how close are they, and what can we do about them?
Dr. David Armstrong MᶜKay – Georesilience Analyst, Communicator, & Advocate, is a research Impact Fellow at the University of Exeter & Global Systems Institute, working on understanding and enhancing Earth system and socio-ecological resilience. He completed his PhD in Ocean and Earth Science on Earth system modelling of palaeoclimate disruptions at the National Oceanography Centre Southampton, followed by postdocs on ecological resilience, agro-ecological systems, and climate-biosphere feedbacks at the University of Southampton and Stockholm Resilience Centre. (davidarmstrongmckay.com) .
-Socio-economic tipping points to drive accelerated adoption of climate solutions – what we know and what we don’t know
Lloyd Pinnell – is an associate at Systemiq, a leading systems change consultancy working to deliver on the objectives of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Agreement. Lloyd works in the Energy and Sustainable Finance platforms, advising investors, companies, and governments on strategies to reach net-zero emissions and to unlock opportunities from the transition. SYSTEMIQ | The system change company.
The webinar will be moderated by Ruth Townend, research fellow with the Environment and Society Programme at Chatham House.
The event will take place on 26 January 2023, to register for the webinar fill on the online form here.