Adam Corner is a researcher and writer who specialises in the psychology of communicating climate change. He is a Research Associate in the School of Psychology at Cardiff University and manages the Talking Climate research programme for the Climate Outreach & Information Network (COIN). He writes regularly for the national media including the Guardian and the New Scientist.
Many energy, environmental and climate change problems are global problems that need not only local solutions, but also concerted global action. How can Scotland play its part in helping to tackle these issues, as part of a union, or as an independent country?