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Martin Siegert

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Martin Siegert is Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of Exeter, where he is responsible for the strategic development of Exeter's activities in Cornwall, and supporting the 2030 target for net-zero greenhouse gas emissions in both the University and the County. Martin is a glaciologist, involved in the scientific exploration of Antarctica and leading the UK's participation in a series of geophysical programmes that have charted around 40% of the subglacial environment across the continent.

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Nigel Topping

Antarctica is melting faster than ever. Here’s what we can do about it

For generations, Antarctica stood as the harshest of continents that could defeat the hardiest of men, remaining a pristine and mysterious place isolated from the rest of the planet. But today, we are seeing that even this remote and inhospitable continent is far from immune to the effects of climate change

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