Dr Murry Salby: Climate Change: What We Know and What We Don't
Wednesday, 6 November 2013 from 13:30 to 15:30
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
According to the IPCC, it‘s 95% certain that humans are 50% responsible for Climate Change.
Is this really correct?
You are invited to a seminar and discussion
Climate Change: What We Know and What We Don‘t
Dr Murry Salby
Former Professor at Atmospheric & Oceanic studies
Faculty of Science, Macquarie University, Australia, 2008-2013
Piers Corbyn on the IPCC AR5 report
Weather Action Long Range Weather & Climate Forecasting
Come to the House of Commons
Committee Room 14
1.30pm-3.30pm Wed 6 November 2013
All welcome book a free ticket now
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Seminar arranged by
Graham Stringer Labour MP
Member of the Science and Technology Committee
Sponsored by Repeal the Act! and Stairway Press
Please come via the St Stephen's Entrance to the House of Commons, allow 30 mins for security checks and show your ticket if requested
Dr Murry Salby's Biography
Murry Salby biography Degrees: B.S. (Aerospace Engineering), Georgia Tech,
1973 (with Highest Honors) Ph.D. (Environmental Dynamics), Georgia Tech, 1978 (Sigma Xi Doctoral Research Award)
Professor, Faculty of Science, Macquarie University, 2008-2013.
Professor, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of Colorado, 1997-present.
Visiting Scientist, Bureau of Meteorology Research Center, Melbourne Australia, 2007. Affiliate Scientist, Atmospheric Systems and Analysis, 1988–2002.
Visiting Scientist, Center for Ocean Land and Atmosphere, Washington DC, 2000.
Director, Center for Atmospheric Theory and Analysis, University of Colorado, 1986-1999.
Visiting Scientist, Bureau of Meteorology Research Center, Melbourne Australia, 1998. Professor, Department of Astrophysical, Planetary, and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Colorado, 1991–1997.
Visiting Senior Scientist, Centre Nationale Researches Scientifique/University of Paris, Paris France, 1997. Lady Davis Visiting Professor, Department of Atmospheric Science, Institute of Earth Sciences, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, 1990-1991. Associate Professor, Department of Astrophysical, Planetary, and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Colorado, 1985–1990.
Visiting Professor, Meteorological Institute, University of Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden, 1987. Assistant Professor, Department of Astrophysical, Planetary, and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Colorado, 1984–1985.
Visiting Scientist, Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Program, Princeton University. Independent research, 1982–1984. Scientist, Global Observations, Modeling and Optical Techniques Project, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Pure and applied research in conjunction with remotely sensed fields derived from Nimbus-6 LRIR
When & Where
Repeal the Act!
We call on Parliament to repeal the 2008 Climate Change Act, because the Act is having huge social and economic consequences, which MPs can no longer ignore.
The UK's climate and energy policies are too expensive, too ambitious, too complex - and ineffective. The government's blind faith in drastically reducing CO2 emissions will profit only a select group of green companies and officials at the expense of everyone else.
The EU climate and energy policy will cost £165 billion a year for the next 87 years. And Britain’s energy policy of subsidising windfarms, solar panels and wood-burners, is due to cost us £1.8 trillion over the course of this century - in exchange for a temperature reduction of about 0.005˚C — which will be undetectable by normal thermometers. Is it really worth it?
This climate law will not stop the climate from changing - but it has already increased:
- fuel poverty,
- the export of jobs to countries without climate legislation,
- and prevented the economic recovery.
Please write to your MP and ask them to support repeal of the Climate Change Act.