Introducing: Professor Peter Wadhams


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Bare Native are excited to introduce the UK’s most experienced sea ice scientist, Professor Peter Wadhams.

Whilst we can’t yet divulge all the details of the research work that is going on behind the scenes, we can give you an insight into the wonderful minds who are working incredibly hard to enhance our efforts to reduce the impact of climate change.

Peter Wadhams has led an esteemed career in researching the sea’s ice and the impacts of climate change in the Polar regions. Currently, Peter is a Professor of Ocean Physics and Head of the Polar Ocean Physics Group at Cambridge University. He is also a committee member for World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) and Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS).

Peter has extensive experience in conducting effective studies that aim to try and understand the implications of global warming. At present, Peter is based at Turin University where he is conducting new and exciting research. Peter realises that radical and systemic change is needed in order to slow down global warming. Yet his decades of experience have shown to him that the human race, for the most part, remain unable to change their behaviours to contribute to the expensive task ahead. His ideas and research are steeped in methodologies that will enable us to continue as we are, but organised groups can do the work to  implement technology to capture carbon from the Earth’s atmosphere.

Extreme E have recently secured Peter as the Head of their Scientific Committee. The task of the committee is to drive Extreme E’s climate research and education programmes. Extreme E’s ‘goal is to use electric racing to highlight remote environments under threat of climate change issues, and to encourage us all to take positive action to protect our planet’s future.’ Watch the video below to find out more on Peter’s visit to Greenland with Extreme E.

The Bare Native team are enthusiastic about kick-starting this exciting research and development journey with Peter. His exceptional career and his determination to fight for our Planet makes us optimistic and hopeful for positive change in the coming years. We cannot wait to share more with our community about the steps we are taking to provide radical solutions to a global emergency.

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