James Hansen in the Adelaide Review

One of the world experts on climate change James Hansen was recently in Adelaide. James Spoehr of the Adelaide Review interviewed James Hansen, read the article here.

Whilst he was in Adelaide, James Hansen presented at an event, “After Copenhagen: Looking for real solutions” if you missed this event, it is available as podcasts here.

James Hansen “After Copenhagen” seminar – podcast now available

James Hansen “After Copenhagen: Looking for Real Solutions” seminar is now available on podcast.

To view the complete set visit the Environment Institute’s website.

The Government of South Australia, in association with the Environment Insitute, presented James Hansen- “After Copenhagen: Looking for Real Solutions.” The event was held at the Adelaide Convention Centre.  James Hansen is one of worlds leading scientists on climate issues.  Thirty years ago, he created one of the world’s first climate models and is sometimes referred to as “father” or “grandfather of global warming”.  He is a member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Adjunct Professor at Columbia University and head of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York City.

Dr Hansen is best known for his research in the field of climatology, a watershed testimonial to the US congress in 1988 on global warming and his advocacy to limit the impacts of climate change.

James Hansen on ABC Radio National

James Hansen spoke with Philip Adams; host of Late Night Live on ABC Radio National. Listen to the interview here.

James Hansen, one of the world’s leading scientists on climate issues, is in Australia and has spoken at public events in both Melbourne and Sydney. Dr Hansen will be speaking at a public event in Adelaide at the Adelaide Convention Centre on Thursday night (11th March), don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear James Hansen share his lifetime of research on climate change and have the opportunity to engage with him through audience discussion.

For more information on this special event, or to book your ticket click here.

After Copenhagen – James Hansen in Adelaide

James Hansen, one of worlds leading scientists on climate issues is giving a talk on the 11th March in Adelaide.

The Government of South Australia, in association with the Environment Insitute present James Hansen: “After Copenhagen: Looking for Real Solutions.” The event will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre (Hall B), 6:30pm for a 7pm start. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear James Hansen share his lifetime of research in climate change and have the opportunity to engage with him through audience discussion. Tickets are $22 AUD, for bookings please visit Environment Institute website.

Thirty years ago, he created one of the world’s first climate models and is sometimes referred to as “father” or “grandfather of global warming”. He is a member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Adjunct Professor at Columbia University and head of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York City.

Best known for his research in the field of climatology, a watershed testimonial to the US congress in 1988 on global warming and his advocacy to limit the impacts of climate change, James will be speaking at a public event in Adelaide about his new book “Storms of My Grandchildren“, covering his views on climate change and obtaining real solutions to these problems.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear James Hansen share his lifetime of research on climate change and have the opportunity to engage with him through audience discussion.