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"WHAT HAVE WE DONE TO OUR CLIMATE?" - ROYAL SOCIETY LECTURE, PMB
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ROYAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH AFRICA - Lecture Series 2015

 

Prof. Roland Schulze will present a lecture entitled:

 

"What have we done to our Climate?  And what is the Climate likely to do to us, globally and in South Africa?"

 

Wednesday, 3 June 2015

Time: 5.45 pm

Venue: Botany Lecture Theatre, John Bews Building

Life Sciences Campus, Carbis Road, Pietermaritzburg.

 

 

Some 5 years ago Prof. Schulze presented a talk to the Royal Society on conceptual and practical issues relating to applied climate change research in South Africa at the time. In the meanwhile he has authored two 350-page books on climate change and the water and agricultural sectors of this country, been a delegate to COP 17 and 20, was a key researcher on the Komati Basin and Durban Climate Change Strategies as well as for the SA Long Term Adaptation Scenarios, wrote the DAFF Climate Change Action Plan and was a contributor to the African Academy of Sciences and also the African Group of Negotiators forthcoming books on climate change in a broader African context.

 

In these past 5 years “things have hotted up” on the climate change front, both internationally and nationally, and Prof.  Schulze will share some of his experiences and latest findings in this field, and project where he believes we are headed in the next few years.

 

 

All welcome, please support!  Light refreshments will be supplied.

 

Enquiries: Prof. Mike Perrin, Tel. 033 – 260 5118 / 5435.

 

 

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Posted Thursday, May 28, 2015
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