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Climate Change: Science, Policy and Solutions

Posted by Francis O' Toole on November 6, 2012

DCUDCU Nobel  Laureate Lecture Series Continues….. It gives us great pleasure to invite you and your students to the DCU Nobel Laureate Lecture which will take place in the Helix, Dublin City University on Wednesday, 21st November at 11am.

 

This is the third lecture in our DCU Nobel Laureate Lecture Series, which is being presented in association with Magnet Networks.

We are honoured to host Prof. Mario Molina, Nobel Laureate for Chemistry 1995, to speak about “Climate Change: Science, Policy and Solutions”.  Professor Molina is renowned for his work in developing our scientific understanding of the chemistry of the stratospheric ozone layer and its susceptibility to human-made disturbances. He is also involved with the chemistry of air pollution of the lower atmosphere and with science-policy issues related to climate change.

Event details are as follows:

Climate Change: Science, Policy and Solutions

Presented by: Prof Mario Molina, Nobel Laureate for Chemistry 1995

Date and Time: Wednesday, 21st November at 11.00am

Venue: The Theatre, The Helix, Dublin City University

 

We very much hope you and your students can come along on the day.

 

To register a class for the event please contact Ross Munnelly, DCU Student Recruitment Office, by email at ross.munnelly@dcu.ie or by phone at (01) 700 6852.

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