A number of climate experts from the University of East Anglia will be available for interview during the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow.
Their areas of expertise range from the impact of climate change on biodiversity, climate geoengineering and carbon removal, to the impact of climate change on sovereign credit ratings, carbon uptake by the oceans, and gender and climate change.
Among them is Prof Rachel Warren, Professor of Global Change and Environmental Biology, from UEA's School of Environmental Sciences and Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research.
Her research areas and expertise cover the impacts of climate change on biodiversity.
She is an IPCC author and available for interview on topics including climate change policy and modelling, climate change mitigation and adaptation, the impact of climate on ecosystems and species, and sustainability in the context of the Paris Agreement goals to limit global warming to well below 2oC.
Rachel Warren Professor of Global Climate Change
Her work assesses the risks that climate change poses to humans and ecosystems.