Ask the experts
9 December 2013
Now young people are able to pose their climate questions directly to Met Office climate scientists through a new website, My Climate & Me.
Youngsters can upload questions directly to the site and vote for the ones that they would most like to see answered by a climate scientist. The film content is already proving popular, and as it grows will hopefully develop into a 'beginner's channel' for climate science.
Scientists answer questions from well-known household names such as River Cottage, the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) and Ben Fogle.
My Climate & Me is in association with the Met Office and uses social networks such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to share its films.
This close-up of a reptile was taken while filming at Newquay Zoo for the website.
- To find out more visit www.myclimateandme.com
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