Neal Haddaway is a an environmental scientist, who has worked on biodiversity, extinction, greenhouse gas emissions, sustainability, international development and climate change.
His research focuses on how to get research into actionable policy.
He is also a passionate photographer and in this episode we talk about his photo exhibition Hope? and how to grief for the planet where Neal explores the emotional connections that science researchers and communicators have with the planet and their work to preserve it.
Watch the exhibition here