Climate Change: Treaties and Policies in the Trump Era

 

​All are welcome to attend events to assist the promotion of this new book published by Connor Court.

Events are in Melbourne 6 March 2017
12.15pm with ANDREW BOLT
Il Gambero, 166 Lygon Street, Carlton, Melbourne
Register here

and
6.30pm with TERRY McCRANN
Il Gambero, 166 Lygon Street, Carlton, Melbourne
Register here

Sydney – 7 March 2017, 6.30pm
with NICK CATER
Harbour View Hotel, Cap Room, 18 Lower Fort Street, Dawes Point, Sydney
Register here

Brisbane – 9 March 2017, 6.30pm
with Professor IAN PLIMER and Senator MALCOLM ROBERTS
The Alliance Hotel, 320 Boundary Street, Brisbane

Register here

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20 Responses to Climate Change: Treaties and Policies in the Trump Era

  1. Snoopy

    I’m going to the the Brisbane event. Anyone else?

  2. Malcolm

    What about Canberra? We need you in Canberra Alan.

  3. Malcolm

    Canberra– 10 March 2017, 6.30pm
    with Dr Martin Parkinson
    Parliament House

  4. Empire

    Monday evening in Melb. Who’s going?

  5. Entropy

    Love the cover! Heh heh.

  6. Bruce of Newcastle

    Sent in my ten bucks plus commission.

  7. Cradock's Choice

    Malcolm
    #2313796, posted on March 2, 2017 at 8:34 pm
    Canberra– 10 March 2017, 6.30pm
    with Dr Martin Parkinson
    Parliament House

    Excellent, will be there if sufficiently recovered.

  8. MsDolittle

    Empire and Adam, Doc and I will be there.

  9. Malcolm

    Cradock’s Choice sadly not in Canberra

  10. Ubique

    Perth, please. It’s long been home of the climate change resistance movement. We don’t just deny human-induced climate change. We ridicule it.

  11. RobK

    Bless you Allan, but the Trump era has just begun. I do hope a 2nd edition (revised) is on the cards soon explaining how it all came to an end. (i know, wishful thinking on my part)

  12. RobK

    Unique,
    As a sandgropper, I love your mantra.

  13. Empire and Adam, Doc and I will be there.

    Are we going to have a secret handshake?

  14. RobK

    Just to clarify my first comment:
    That the climate caper comes to an end, not the Trump era.

  15. cohenite

    Keep up the good work Alan. If you want to talk to a radio announcer please let me know.

  16. Leo G

    “We live on a planet that is becoming greener because of the direct physiological effects of increasing carbon dioxide on plant photosynthesis. A massive survey of the scientific literature by Dr. Craig Idso shows this caused a $3.2 trillion increment in agricultural output from 1961 to 2011.”
    – Address by Dr Patrick Michaels to the hearing of the US Congress Science Committee, Subcommittee on Environment “At what cost? Examining the Social Cost of Carbon” on February 28, 2017

  17. old bloke

    Ubique

    #2313925, posted on March 3, 2017 at 12:46 am

    Perth, please. It’s long been home of the climate change resistance movement. We don’t just deny human-induced climate change. We ridicule it.

    Lord Moncton said, during a presentation at the UWA, that if a nuclear bomb fell on Perth, the world would lose 50% of its entire population of CAGW sceptics. Perhaps that’s because all the men-folk over here are secretly in love with Jo Nova.

  18. Jannie

    Why not Perth?

    Any more of this condescending taking us for granted and were going to secede from you uppity tothersiders.

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