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Focus on Glasgow COP26 - 21st Century climate change – a Scottish perspective, online

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Add to Calendar 28-10-2021 18:15 28-10-2021 19:15 false Europe/London Focus on Glasgow COP26 - 21st Century climate change – a Scottish perspective, online Likely outcomes for climate change across Scotland, which impacts are most likely during the 21st century, how severe could these be and what timescales can we expect these to occur over. 
 
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  • 28 October 2021
  • 18:15 - 19:15 (UK time)
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About this event

There is much scientific speculation and growing knowledge about what the actual effects and severity of climate change will be from a global perspective and also what the timescales associated with these will be. However, different parts of the world will be affected in different ways and by varying effects. This event will focus on Scotland, what type and magnitude of changes are we likely to encounter during the 21st century, compared with the climate we have become accustomed to. 

You can join the event up to 10 minutes before the start time of 18:15 by clicking on the link below:
https://ice-org.webex.com/ice-org/onstage/g.php?MTID=e5cfe2b78b577f0c2013009c1b4e0b5b0

If prompted for a password, please enter scotevent


 

Speakers

Fraser Ralston

Chartered Meteorologist

Fraser Ralston is a chartered meteorologist who has worked constantly in meteorology since 1985. Principal roles have been forecasting and communicating all facets of the weather to a very wide array of specialist customers , such as SEPA, the media, worldwide aviation, the offshore oil and marine industry, winter season de-icing for transportation, and Government resilience to name a few. He has worked as an advisor to bodies such as Transport Scotland and Gatwick Airport ltd to help plan and mitigate against the effects of disruptive weather events. Additionally, Fraser had the rare experience of three secondments to Antarctica between 2004 and 2011 to assist with the British Antarctic Survey programme. He has this year co-authored a children’s educational book concerning weather and climate change. 

For more information please contact:

Lynn Dow

e: [email protected]

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