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Climate Change the facts:

If you would like to explore the impacts of climate change further, we would recommend that you watch the BBC documentary Climate Change-the Facts. The one-hour documentary, narrated by Sir David Attenborough, gives a powerful account of how communities and ecosystems across the world have been affected by extreme weather events over the past few years. Click here to watch the documentary.

This documentary contains a number of scenes that you may find upsetting. If you are feeling extra sensitive at the moment due to the current pandemic, you might be better off watching this documentary at a later stage.


If you are in two minds about watching it, you can watch our student trainers reflect on what they thought about the documentary here:

Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis:

Video summarising The Physical Science basis from IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report (AR5)