Climate change is important, controversial, and the subject of huge debate. Much of our understanding of the future climate comes from the use of complex climate models based on mathematical and physical ideas.In this talk at the Museum of London in November 2018, Professor Budd describes how these models work and the assumptions that go into them. He discusses how reliable our predictions of climate change are, and show how mathematicians can give us insights into both past and future.

The Mathematics of Climate Change

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International Maritime Organization

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