One of the last interviews that I completed as part of my MA research was with Mark Maslin. He is a Professor in the Department of Geography at University Collage in London. Mark is also the author of Climate Change, A Very Short Introduction. This was a most enjoyable conversation where Mark shared his observations about the differences between European and North American perspectives and attitudes about climate change. He also spends time talking to what we do well in Canada and what local solutions are readily available to us.
Any ideas on how to be more effective in climate action given the fact that believing politics is easier than believing science, as Mark says?