"It’s perfectly possible to remove CO2 from the atmosphere" - interview with Professor Myles Allen

Professor Myles Allen

Professor Myles Allen is such a powerful advocate for the environment that he was dubbed ‘the physicist behind Net Zero’ by the BBC and is regularly asked for comment on all things related to climate and weather. 

But Oxford’s Professor for Geosystem Science is a scientist, not an activist – despite more than two decades of work on climate change. And, he says, he was nearly not a scientist at all.

So how did he end up as an internationally-renowned scientist, government adviser, sought-after commentator with a media nickname?

Read the full interview to find out