Sky News’s The Climate Show covers big global issues, as well as those closer to home, providing audiences with insight and in-depth analysis, as well as solutions.
Presenter Tom Heap, who is also a correspondent for BBC’s Countryfile and host of the podcast ’39 Ways To Save The Planet’, hears from individuals, communities, scientists and policymakers, to explore positive ways to slow the effects of climate change.
As a finale to the first series of the show, Tom visited the Humber estuary, looking at solutions to one of the biggest challenges to reaching net zero – decarbonising industry.
The Aura Innovation Centre was featured, with InventX manager Brian Houston showing visitors around our innovation space, and introducing some of our state-of-the art kit which helps researchers and businesses tackle climate change, including our solar simulator, low carbon air conditioning and microscopy suite, with products from our project partners at plant-based plastic company Floreon and electric vehicle maker Pulse EV also spotlighted.
Also featured in the show were a visit to offshore wind giants Siemens Gamesa and chats with Hull City Council Climate Change Manager Martin Budd, and myenergi co-founder Jordan Brompton.