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Secrets of Antarctica
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Anne Miller will share her experiences on what it is like to live and work in Antarctica. What she learnt about the latest climate science on her recent visit, how Antarctica is changing and importantly, why these changes matter.
Anne Miller is the Director of The Creativity Partnership and non-executive board member of the British Antarctic Survey.
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This talk is part of the Cambridge Carbon Footprint series.
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