SILCI project interviewed on the Canadian BBC!

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On his travels by boat and train across to Vancouver, British Columbia, SILCI project researcher Charlie Wilson stopped off in the prairie state of Saskatchewan where he spoke to the CBC about low-carbon travel as well as new research on low-carbon innovation and the 1.5°C climate goal. Fittingly, the day he was interviewed was the hottest ever August day in Regina, the capital of Saskatchewan, with the thermometer topping 43°C in the shade! Listen to Charlie’s interview here.