Climate Strike!

Today, I took part in the Global Climate Strike in Exeter!

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Summer 2019

Over the past three months, I have been working part-time at the Met Office. I have also been lucky enough to land the internship of my dreams, give poster presentations at two different conferences, visit New York and Salcombe, attended a wedding, move house, start an insane new diet, and (last but not least) graduate with a first class degree from Exeter University!

Carbon Brief Policy Piece

Carbon Brief is an award-winning data-driven journalism group covering climate science, science policy, and energy policy. I have been following them keenly for the past year, and this summer I was lucky enough to spend two weeks as an intern in the Carbon Brief office in London. During that time, I worked closely with the carbon brief team and wrote two articles!

Carbon Brief Science Piece

Carbon Brief is an award-winning data-driven journalism group covering climate science, science policy, and energy policy. I have been following them keenly for the past year, and this summer I was lucky enough to spend two weeks as an intern in the Carbon Brief office in London. During that time, I worked closely with the carbon brief team and wrote two articles!

‘The Impacts of Climate Change’ Infographic

With the help of Hadley center scientists and the Knowledge Integration Team, I developed an infographic to highlight the relationship between causes of man-made climate change, physics impacts, and impacts to ecosystems and societies, complete with accompanying text for further explanation. The design team did a brilliant job of making the infographic itself, and I am very happy to say that it is now the landing site of the ‘Impacts of Climate Change’ pages of the Met Office website!

Reviving my love of climate science!

After a recent dip in motivation, a fantastic day of climate science lectures have reminded me why I first engaged with the topic. A video of precipitation and water vapor movement across the globe was played in my most recent lecture, and the intricate patterns formed drew me in as much as the first time that I saw them. This is a piece that I am keeping free of maths and science to remind myself of the bigger picture – especially when details threaten to bog me down