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Science of the Skies - what the government needs to know in the fight against climate change

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Following the success of our last event, “Why Women Are No Good At Science”, The Triple Helix Cambridge now brings you:

’SCIENCE OF THE SKIES : what the government needs to know in the fight against climate change’

Dr. Victoria Pope of the MET Office Hadley Centre

Law Faculty on Sidgwick Site, Room LG17

Tuesday, 30th of October, 5.30pm

Former Cambridge student and advisor to the government, Dr. Pope, draws us through the ins and outs of climate change and illustrates the ways in which these two great spheres – Science and Governance – collide.

What does the latest science tell us about climate change? Is the government doing all it can to prevent environmental catastrophe? What authority does science have in the shifting power struggles of today’s government?

Sky Science meets Gordon’s Government. An event no politically-minded scientist (or human being living on this earth) should miss.

For more information on The Triple Helix Cambridge please visit www.camtriplehelix.com. For more information on the event, please email events@camtriplehelix.com

This talk is part of the The Triple Helix Lecture Series series.

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