Upcoming talk in Melbourne: David Spratt talks climate and what a 2 to 4 degree future looks like

I’ll be going to see David Spratt talk on February 8 in Melbourne, details below:

  • Time: 6:30- 8pm Monday 4 February 2013 
  • Fritz Loewe Theatre (entry via level 2)
  • McCoy Building, University of Melbourne
  • Cnr Elgin & Swanston Streets, Carlton
  • Entry: Gold coin donation

I had the very good fortune to have coffee with David once: the man knows his stuff, and his talk will be worth seeing:

Co-author of the ground breaking Climate Code Red, David Spratt, will present the latest climate science and its links to increasing extreme weather events worldwide. Australia has experienced record high temperatures, heatwaves and bushfires already this year with the Bureau of Meteorology adding two new colours to its weather forecasting chart to take the highest temperature up from 50 to 54 degrees. 

2012 climate science observations saw a record summer Arctic sea ice melt, record Greenland ice sheet melt, record permafrost warming, as well as increasing floods, cyclones, droughts and heatwaves. With climate scientists predicting more extreme events, David also shows what we can expect at the 2 and 4 degree warming scenarios. 

David is also an experienced activist and will talk about the urgent action we can take to tackle the climate emergency.

See David’s site as well.


3 thoughts on “Upcoming talk in Melbourne: David Spratt talks climate and what a 2 to 4 degree future looks like

  1. uknowispeaksense says:

    Mike, take a cam and nab an interview if you can. Peter sinclair’s candid interviews pack a punch and you could get some excellent material for your vids.

  2. john byatt says:

    You can suscribe to his emails at climatecodered above

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