Against a background of confusion and conflicting reports on global warming, it’s no wonder Australians are scratching their heads.
Governments are talking tough but will they deliver? And where does this leave our Government? How does it manage the economic cost? How tangible will the benefits be?
In what will be a lively forum, four eminent Australians, Prof John Hewson AM, Prof Bob Carter, Geoffrey Cousins and Des Moore grapple with the issue.
Deciphering the science and managing the politics will be a crucial test for the Abbott Government. And what should we make of the latest IPCC report suggesting trends in atmospheric temperatures may be incorrect?
One thing you can count on, this is one debate where the temperatures will run red hot!
Moderator - Former Federal Minister in the Hawke Government, Gary Johns.
CLIMATE CHANGE Forum
Presented by Noosa Long Weekend Festival
Saturday 25 July 2015
10.30am – Climate Change Forum - The J Theatre
12.30pm – Forum Lunch - RACV Noosa Resort
$37.50 – Forum only – Full Adult (includes booking fee)
$32.50 – Forum Only – Concessions (includes booking fee)
$87.50 – Forum and Lunch (limited to 50 people) (includes booking fee)
Forum Lunch: Numbers strictly limited to 50 people (Join delegates and moderator for lunch)
Special 2 course Luncheon, with glass of wine - Forum Lunch Tickets are for shared tables
Duration: 90 minutes with Q & A, without intermission
Visit: "Noosa Long Weekend Festival" website
for tickets and extra information
Noosa Long Weekend Festival
14-26 July 2015
13 days and nights of arts, literature, forums, food and fun!
The J Theatre, Noosa Heads
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