From flash floods to cyclones, from sudden snow to unseasonably warm springs, weather disruptions are becoming more and more frequent. The causal factor at the heart of this disruption is identified by scientists as climate change.

Join University of Bradford Emeritus Professor Paul Rogers, Global Security Consultant to Oxford Research Group, as he discusses why climate change is the key issue of our time and how the changes swiftly taking place on our planet will impact all aspects of economic, social, and political life and whether our leaders are ready to address this catastrophic risk.

About The Speaker

Paul Rogers

Paul Rogers is Emeritus Professor of Peace Studies at Bradford University. He trained originally as a biologist, lectured at Imperial College and worked in East Africa on tropical crop research before working on environmental conflicts and joining Peace Studies in 1979. His research is on the changing causes of international conflict, especially in relation to political violence, socio-economic divisions and environmental limits to growth.