Climate change is an existential threat to life on earth. As global emissions and average temperatures rise, there is an urgent need to reduce emissions in all sectors in order to achieve the goals set out in the Paris Agreement. Veterinary surgeons occupy an extraordinary niche at the animal-human-environment interface, with the potential to help mitigate climate impacts of veterinary practices, animal agriculture and the pet industry. In this webinar, Professor Dave Reay, Chair in Carbon Management and Education at the University of Edinburgh, will discuss the latest climate science and reflect on the role of veterinary professionals in driving solutions to climate change. This webinar is brought to you in association with Vet Sustain, a platform for driving sustainability policy and practice in the veterinary profession.