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Prof Tamsin Edwards is a climate scientist specialising in quantifying the uncertainties of climate model predictions, particularly for the ice sheet and glacier contributions to sea level rise. She was a Lead Author of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Report published in 2021.
Tamsin regularly provides expert advice on climate science to the public, policymakers, media and businesses, and is currently the first Parliamentary Thematic Research Lead for Climate & Environment, advising the UK Parliament on research evidence to better inform scrutiny, legislation and debate.
She is an award-winning communicator, including through Twitter (@flimsin), her blog for the Public Library of Science, PLoS (All Models Are Wrong) and articles for The Guardian. Tamsin also co-presented the BBC Radio 4 series “39 Ways to Save the Planet”.
Tamsin regularly appears on various news outlets as an expert commentator for climate related news stories, included BBC News at 10, ITV News, BBC R4 Today Programme.
Tamsin’s research accompanied by her teaching role at King’s College London, makes her a hugely engaging and informative speaker. She can draw from a wide range of research within her field of climate science and the environment and, as such, you will leave the auditorium feeling better informed, enlivened to join the debate and also more equipped to question your own and others’ pre-existing beliefs.
- Predictions for ice sheets and sea-level rise and the effect on coastal flooding
- How to use information about recent and palaeoclimates to improve predictions of the future
Previous talks include:
- Cancer Research UK
- Blue Dot Festival
- Royal Geographical Society
- Space Rocks Festival
- Pinsent Masons Client Retreat
- UK Government Department for International Development
- UK Government Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
- Huxley Summit
I wanted to send a massive thank you for joining us yesterday and for setting up the conference so perfectly. Hearing the IPCC’s predictions was both fascinating and sobering and highlights so well why everyone in the room as businesses, policy makers and consumers all have an urgent task ahead.
We’ve had so much great feedback from the event and that’s all thanks to you.
I wanted to say a massive thank you for joining us at Physics in Action on Friday. Your talk was brilliant, with a great mix of the science, personal story and future directions – exactly what I was hoping for! It was wonderful to introduce students to a slightly new area and provide nuance to a subject that is at the forefront of their minds. Everyone was thoroughly inspired – thank you!
Thank you so much for your wonderful session on Saturday. I found it fascinating and we have had brilliant feedback from delegates.