The final lecture of the Environmental Protection Agency's
seven-part lecture series on CLIMATE CHANGE takes place with
a lecture by Mr John Gormley, TD, Minister for Environment,
Heritage and Local Government.
Details of Lecture 7 are -
- Date: Tues. 8th April 2008
- Venue: The Round Room, the Mansion House,
Dawson Street, Dublin 2.
- Start time: 6.30 pm
- Topic: Our Own Backyard - Irelandís Response
to Climate Change Challenges and Opportunities.
The Minister for Environment Heritage and Local Government
will emphasise the need for Ireland to meet its greenhouse
gas targets, as well as the need to plan for adaptation to
climate change. He will outline Ireland's response to the
challenge of climate change and announce some new initiatives
to encourage a positive public support for government policy.
The seven-part lecture series has explored key aspects of
climate change - ranging from predictions and impacts, to
its economic and political consequences. Speakers are top
The lectures so far have been given by Dr. Martin Manning,
Dr. Bert Metz, Dr. Eric Wolff, Professor Wolfgang Lucht, Dr.
Leonard Bernstein and Mr Michael Zammit Cutajar.
Admission is free - but advance booking is essential due
to the demand. To book, please contact Clara Clark by email
- [email protected]
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