Carina Fearnley is Lecturer at the Department of Science and Technology Studies, University College London, focusing on the role of understanding and communicating uncertainty, risk, and complexity to develop resilience to environmental hazards. This research focuses on the need to reconceptualise natural hazard early warning systems by using interdisciplinary approaches to develop better integration of the physical and social sciences involved. This has lead to innovative perspectives and understandings of how warning systems operate. Carina enjoys public engagement activities including BBC radio and TV, Art/Science collaborations including ‘The Other Volcano’ with Nelly Ben Hayoun, and is a frequent guest at the Natural History Museum.