“Where to for climate change?” is the topic of a talk to be given by David Karoly, chairman of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Melbourne, next Sunday, August 16. Karoly, who has recently been studying the impacts of climate change on weather extremes, will speak about how a changing climate affects people and natural systems and the ways in which the effects might be mitigated. He speaks at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne, at 2pm with the talk hosted by the friends group of the gardens. It costs $20/$15 members, phone 8774 2483 for a booking form.
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