National Speaker 2019 - New Zealand Antarctic Society

Events

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19
Oct 2019
Dunedin Talk

Choosing the Future of Antarctica

Otago Museum, 419 Great King St, Dunedin 

Tim Naish is Professor in Earth Sciences at Victoria University of Wellington, and was Lead Author on the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 5th Assessment Report.

In this national lecture series, Professor Naish will present two narratives on the future of Antarctica, looking forward 50 and 300 years: the first, in which greenhouse gas emissions remain unchecked; the other involving ambitious action to limit greenhouse gas emissions.

17
Oct 2019
Talk Wellington

Choosing the Future of Antarctica

LT 1, Te Toki a Rata Building, Victoria University of Wellington, Kelburn Campus, Wellington

Tim Naish is Professor in Earth Sciences at Victoria University of Wellington, and was Lead Author on the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 5th Assessment Report.

In this national lecture series, Professor Naish will present two narratives on the future of Antarctica, looking forward 50 and 300 years: the first, in which greenhouse gas emissions remain unchecked; the other involving ambitious action to limit greenhouse gas emissions.

18
Oct 2019
Talk Wanaka

Choosing the Future of Antarctica

Wanaka Presbyterian Community Centre, 91 Tenby St, Wanaka

Hosted by the Wanaka Branch of the Royal Society of New Zealand

Tim Naish is Professor in Earth Sciences at Victoria University of Wellington, and was Lead Author on the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 5th Assessment Report.

In this national lecture series, Professor Naish will present two narratives on the future of Antarctica, looking forward 50 and 300 years: the first, in which greenhouse gas emissions remain unchecked; the other involving ambitious action to limit greenhouse gas emissions.

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