Climate change is real, happening now, and having an impact the world over. However, it is not an evenly distributed problem – coastal areas are the most susceptible to rising sea levels, and there is one coast that most people in the world will never get to see.
How Antarctica will respond to climate change is one of the big questions facing the British Antarctic Survey. David Barnes, marine ecologist and lecturer, talks about life on the ice, life under it, and what the future may hold for polar regions.
Read his recent blog ahead of the COP26 Expo here.
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