EPA Climate Change Lecture Series Continues

Following on the success of the climate change lecture series 2007-2010 the Environmental Protection Agency will host two further climate change lectures in early 2011. The lectures are aimed at providing updates from the science of climate change as well as the policy and political response to this global challenge. As in the earlier lectures, speakers include top international experts in science, economics and technology.

The next lecture will be given by Prof Julia King, Vice-Chancellor of Aston University. The lecture will take place on Tuesday 1st February 2011. The lectures will be chaired by Dr John Bowman.

1 Technologies for Sustainable Transport.

Speaker: Prof. Julia King, Vice-Chancellor, Aston University. She is the lead member of the King Review, which is charged under the Chancellor of the Exchequer with examining how vehicle and fuel technologies could help to reduce carbon emissions from road transport.

Date: Tuesday 1st February, 6.30-8.00 pm

Venue: The Round Room, The Mansion House, Dawson Street, Dublin 2.

2 Climate Change & Agriculture: Ensuring food production is not threatened.

Speaker: Dr Wendy Mann, Food & Agriculture Organisation, UN.

Date: Tuesday 15th March 2011, 6.30-8.00 pm

Venue: The Round Room, The Mansion House, Dawson Street, Dublin 2.

Attendance is free, but advance booking is essential. Booking and enquiries to Clara Clark on Tel 01 2898533, Email clara@claraclark.ie,

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