My focus of scientific research is the study, mainly the composition and chemistry, of the Mars and Venus atmosphere, using instruments onboard a satellite, in a very similar way (…)
From her experience and everyday life, an atmospheric researcher gives some guidelines of her individual action, and ideas to conceive and promote action to address climate change.
As a planetary scientist studying Mars and Venus, I realized how our own planet Earth is unique and extremely fragile and how important it is to preserve it.
Political leaders must set up a tax shift in order to force the “Market” to consider the environmental footprint of trade goods, and their transport.
Atmospheric science highlights the impact of man on climate. Solutions require re-allocating collective resources, currently misappropriated, to the common good.