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The major problem with climate change is that the global response that’s needed must move faster than the timeframe for evaluating the scientific data, says Professor Kevin Anderson

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Kevin Anderson is a Professor of Energy and Climate Change at the Universities of Uppsala (Sweden) and Manchester (UK). He is also the Deputy Director of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research. For over 25 years Dr. Anderson has worked on issues of climate change - such as translating climate science and carbon budgets into what these imply for mitigation, most recently in relation to the Paris Agreement's 1.5 and 2 degrees C commitments. Dr. Anderson was originally a mechanical engineer, with over a decade of industrial experience in the petrochemical industry.