DSE invites members of the Victorian Public Service to a presentation on: Dealing with climate change denialism with Paul Holper, CSIRO
Popular opinion on climate change often waivers, particularly when the media focus on denialist views and encourage “debates” with climate change scientists. The Victorian Government, along with other governments in Australia and across the world, rely on the scientific community for advice on climate change and its likely impacts. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is recognised as the international authority on climate change science and denialist views often lack rigor and credibility in comparison. Paul Holper (CSIRO) will present on ways to approach climate change denialism in a Victorian context.
Paul Holper Paul manages the CSIRO’s involvement in the Australian Climate Change Science Program, a $15 million program supported by the Commonwealth Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency. This program undertakes observations of the atmosphere, oceans and terrestrial systems, as well as climate model development, and projections of Australia’s likely future climate. Paul coordinated the most recent climate change projections for Australia (based on IPCC models), announced by BoM and CSIRO in 2007.
Note that Public servants only are invited. Secret knowledge? I'd love to go and ask some awkward questions but I don't have that much time to waste anyway.
It would be fascinating to see a transcript of Mr Holper's lecture but I'm betting that he won't have the balls to release it. He would know that to do so would expose him to ridicule and refutation.
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Right spelling, wrong word. Spellcheck won't help them.ReplyDelete
Occasionally you will see someone has "waved away" their right to something. I've always thought the writer in these cases probably wrote "waived their right" but thought, "Nah, that can't be right..."
I thought our once esteemd CSIRO was established to carry out scientific research for the benefit of Austraslians. This reported exercise is one of social engineering at its worst. They have "waived" their right to exist! This was obviously what Paul was trying to tell us in code. After all, he is a school teacher, so could not have made a spelling mistake as claimed by some commentators, could he? John NicolReplyDelete