The ‘last hope’ for limiting global warming to 1.5°C. That is what November’s UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) is being called. With one UN chief describing the recent IPCC Report as a ‘code red for humanity’, all eyes are now on Glasgow to see if world leaders can unite in the face of climate change.

At the same time, breakthroughs and innovations in technology, travel, food production and the way we do business are already yielding results or showing promise as solutions to reduce emissions and limit environmental damage. At this special 50 minute online event, you’ll hear a series of 1-on-1 exclusive interviews from the BBC’s Science Editor David Shukman, Global Trade Correspondent Dharshini David, renowned ethnobotanist and Follow The Food presenter James Wong, The Travel Show presenter Rajan Datar and Click technology presenter Lara Lewington.

Hosted by the BBC’s award-winning Science and Environment Correspondent, Victoria Gill, join our experts who are all reporting from the frontlines of climate change.

Event Speakers

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Rajan Datar

Presenter, The Travel Show

BBC World News

Dharshini David

Global Trade Correspondent

BBC News

Victoria Gill

Science & Environment Correspondent

BBC News

Lara Lewington

Presenter, Click

BBC World News

David Shukman

Science Editor

BBC News

Lori Suchcicki

Senior Vice President, Advertising and Commercial Partnerships, EMEA

BBC Global News

James Wong

Presenter, Follow the Food

BBC World News