Professor Mark Maslin

The Perfect Storm: Climate change, population and development

Video Replays from the 2018 Conference

Video Replays from previous conferences

  • Solutions For Climate Change
  • 13:47
Professor Mark Maslin
Solutions For Climate Change

Posted Nov 2016

  • How Will Climate Change And Population Growth Affect You?
  • 07:53
Professor Mark Maslin
How Will Climate Change And Population Growth Affect You?

Posted Nov 2016

  • Climate Change In The United States, What To Expect
  • 10:41
Professor Mark Maslin
Climate Change In The United States, What To Expect

Posted Nov 2016

  • Mark Maslin Takes Audience Questions
  • 22:46
Professor Mark Maslin
Mark Maslin Takes Audience Questions

Posted Nov 2016

  • Four Climate Boundaries Humans Have Already Passed
  • 04:42
Professor Mark Maslin
Four Climate Boundaries Humans Have Already Passed

Posted Nov 2016

  • History Of Earth Over Last 4 1/2 Billion Years
  • 17:11
Professor Mark Maslin
History Of Earth Over Last 4 1/2 Billion Years

Posted Nov 2016

  • Changes Over Last 60 Years And It's Impact On Us
  • 09:52
Professor Mark Maslin
Changes Over Last 60 Years And It's Impact On Us

Posted Nov 2016

  • How Can We Improve The Future Despite The Environmental Trends
  • 16:48
Professor Mark Maslin
How Can We Improve The Future Despite The Environmental Trends

Posted Nov 2016

  • Mark Maslin Takes Audience Questions On Climate Change
  • 36:50
Professor Mark Maslin
Mark Maslin Takes Audience Questions On Climate Change

Posted Nov 2016

  • Is Climate Change Man Made Or Natural Variations In Weather?
  • 06:45
Professor Mark Maslin
Is Climate Change Man Made Or Natural Variations In Weather?

Posted Feb 2017

  • Is Nuclear Power A Good Solution To Power The World?
  • 10:27
Professor Mark Maslin
Is Nuclear Power A Good Solution To Power The World?

Posted Feb 2017

  • How Will Climate Change Cause More Extreme Weather?
  • 10:19
Professor Mark Maslin
How Will Climate Change Cause More Extreme Weather?

Posted Feb 2017

  • Why Should We Be Concerned About Climate Change?
  • 09:24
Professor Mark Maslin
Why Should We Be Concerned About Climate Change?

Posted Feb 2017

  • What Can We Learn From Israel About Water Efficiency?
  • 11:37
Guy R. McPherson, Brian Richter, Professor Mark Maslin, Gerald H. Pollack Ph.D.
What Can We Learn From Israel About Water Efficiency?

Posted Nov 2016

  • How Will We Grow Food If The Water Is Running Out?
  • 03:51
Guy R. McPherson, Brian Richter, Professor Mark Maslin, Gerald H. Pollack Ph.D.
How Will We Grow Food If The Water Is Running Out?

Posted Nov 2016

  • Should We Close Nuclear Power Plants?
  • 02:51
Guy R. McPherson, Brian Richter, Professor Mark Maslin, Gerald H. Pollack Ph.D.
Should We Close Nuclear Power Plants?

Posted Nov 2016

  • Is Solar, Wind And Geothermal The Answer?
  • 21:02
Guy R. McPherson, Brian Richter, Professor Mark Maslin, Gerald H. Pollack Ph.D.
Is Solar, Wind And Geothermal The Answer?

Posted Nov 2016

  • Should We plant a Trillion Trees To Help Climate Change?
  • 03:49
Guy R. McPherson, Brian Richter, Professor Mark Maslin, Gerald H. Pollack Ph.D.
Should We plant a Trillion Trees To Help Climate Change?

Posted Nov 2016

  • Are There Technology Solutions To Stop Climate Change
  • 09:39
Guy R. McPherson, Brian Richter, Professor Mark Maslin, Gerald H. Pollack Ph.D.
Are There Technology Solutions To Stop Climate Change

Posted Nov 2016

  • What Are The Best Solutions To Stop Climate Change And Environmental Problems?
  • 16:38
Guy R. McPherson, Brian Richter, Professor Mark Maslin, Gerald H. Pollack Ph.D.
What Are The Best Solutions To Stop Climate Change And Environmental Problems?

Posted Nov 2016

  • We Are Not Reacting Fast Enough To Climate Change Risks
  • 07:37
Guy R. McPherson, Brian Richter, Professor Mark Maslin, Gerald H. Pollack Ph.D.
We Are Not Reacting Fast Enough To Climate Change Risks

Posted Nov 2016

  • We Are In The Mist Of Abrupt Climate Change?
  • 10:27
Guy R. McPherson, Brian Richter, Professor Mark Maslin, Gerald H. Pollack Ph.D.
We Are In The Mist Of Abrupt Climate Change?

Posted Nov 2016

  • How Close Are We To Having A Food Shortage Because Of Climate Change?
  • 10:36
Guy R. McPherson, Brian Richter, Professor Mark Maslin, Gerald H. Pollack Ph.D.
How Close Are We To Having A Food Shortage Because Of Climate Change?

Posted Nov 2016

  • Our Oceans Are Heating Up From Climate Change? Why This Matters
  • 04:17
Guy R. McPherson, Brian Richter, Professor Mark Maslin, Gerald H. Pollack Ph.D.
Our Oceans Are Heating Up From Climate Change? Why This Matters

Posted Nov 2016

  • Are Wildfires Connected To Climate Change?
  • 03:04
Guy R. McPherson, Brian Richter, Professor Mark Maslin, Gerald H. Pollack Ph.D.
Are Wildfires Connected To Climate Change?

Posted Nov 2016

  • How Will Climate Change Affect Us?
  • 09:44
Guy R. McPherson, Brian Richter, Professor Mark Maslin, Gerald H. Pollack Ph.D.
How Will Climate Change Affect Us?

Posted Nov 2016

  • Is There Any Doubt That Climate Change Exists?
  • 12:17
Guy R. McPherson, Brian Richter, Professor Mark Maslin, Gerald H. Pollack Ph.D.
Is There Any Doubt That Climate Change Exists?

Posted Nov 2016

  • What Is The State Of Climate Change?
  • 13:19
Guy R. McPherson, Brian Richter, Professor Mark Maslin, Gerald H. Pollack Ph.D.
What Is The State Of Climate Change?

Posted Nov 2016


Mark Maslin FRGS, FRSA is a Professor of Climatology at University College London. He is a Royal Society Industrial Fellow, Executive Director of Rezatec Ltd and Director of The London NERC Doctoral Training Partnership. He is science advisor to the Global Cool Foundation and the Sopria-Steria Group and a member of Cheltenham Science Festival Advisory Committee. Maslin is a leading scientist with particular expertise in past global and regional climatic change and has published over 150 papers in journals such as Science, Nature, and The Lancet. He has been PI or Co-I on research and training grants worth over $60 million. His areas of scientific expertise include causes of past and future global climate change and its effects on the global carbon cycle, biodiversity, rainforests and human evolution. He also works on monitoring land carbon sinks using remote sensing and ecological models and international and national climate change policies.

In 2012 Professor Maslin co-founded Rezatec Ltd. The company aims to solve global business problems concerning the environment through scientific analysis of remote sensing data including satellite and ROV combined with ground data. Rezatec Earth Information Products and Analytics support complex business decision-making for organisations across many different markets from financial services to energy, from water management to natural disaster risk analysis, and from agribusiness to forest management. The company has just raised $1.8m of external investment from Harvard Business Angels and Run Capital and will doubling its work force to 30 over the next 12 months.

Professor Maslin has presented over 45 public talks over the last three years including UK Space Conference, Oxford, Cambridge, Tate Modern, Royal Society of Medicine, Fink Club, Frontline Club, British Museum, Natural History Museum, Goldman Sachs, the Norwegian Government, UNFCCC COP and the WTO. He has supervised 10 Research fellows, 14 Ph.D. students, and over 30 MSc students. He has also have written 8 popular books, over 30 popular articles (e.g., for New Scientist, The Times, Independent and Guardian), appeared on radio and television (including Timeteam, Newsnight, Dispatches, Horizon, The Today Programme, Material World, BBC News, Channel 5 News, and Sky News). His popular book “Climate Change: A Very Short Introduction” by Oxford University Press is now in its third edition and has sold over 45,000 copies. He has subsequently published another title “Climate: A Very Short Introduction” in the same series. Maslin was also a co-author of the seminal Lancet report ‘Managing the health effects of climate change’ and the Lancet review paper on the health links between Population, Development and Climate Change. In 2015 with Prof. Simon Lewis he published the seminal review paper “Defining the Anthropocene” in the journal Nature, which argued that humans have become the new geological superpower. He was included in Who’s Who for the first time in 2009 and was granted a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award for the study of early human evolution in East Africa in 2011.

 

To learn more, visit www.geog.ucl.ac.uk/about-the-department/people/academic-staff/mark-maslin and www.42evolution.org/videos/researcher/professor-mark-maslin

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