The science of climate change is both complex and evolving. Nevertheless it is important that we all have an understanding of the most likely scenarios ahead. In both the public and private sectors many decisions will need to be made in the face of scientific uncertainty.
New Zealand's Climate Change and Oceans
Chief Science Advisor to the Prime Minister of New Zealand, John Key
Sir Peter Gluckman is an international advocate for science, promoting the translation of discoveries in biomedical research into improvements in long term health outcomes. His work with organisations such as the WHO has brought growing recognition of the importance of a healthy start to life. He is the author of over 500 scientific papers and reviews and editor of eight books, including two influential textbooks in his subject area.