Mark Maslin is a professor of Climatology and the head of the Environment research who serves as a director of the ‘tipping point’ of the civic group that connects the climate change to the art. As a renowned climatologist, his major is regional climate change and the past of the Earth. He is particularly working on the past and the future global climate change and its effects. He has written many articles on global warming and natural disasters in the <New
Scientist>,<Guardian>,<Independent> has also published more than 90 thesis of climate change in the <Science>, <Nature>, <Geology>.