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Ranyl Rhydwen: Climate Systems and Interactions

This is part 1 of a 2 part lecture series, in which Ranyl outlines how the world climatic systems arise and explains the basic concepts for understanding the climatic changes that are possible.

This lecture series was held at Schumacher College in February 2010. It was organized by Joanna Brown after she saw Ranyl give the lectures at CAT on the MSc AEES.

Ranyl is a Senior Lecturer at the Graduate School of the Environment, held at CAT (Centre for Alternative Technology) in Wales. His lecturing and teaching areas include climate change and adaptation overviews, heat and moisture flows in walls, thermal computer modelling of buildings and environmental building materials specialising in hemp and binder.

Disclaimer: Any views or opinions presented in this video are solely those of the presenter and do not necessarily represent those of Schumacher College or the Dartington Hall Trust.