Climate Change Lecture Series and Presentations

The EPA's Climate Change lecture series has been running since late 2007, bringing a range of Irish and international speakers to the Round Room in The Mansion House, Dublin to update Irish audiences on the science of climate change, and possible responses to it.

The EPA, as part of the National Dialogue on Climate Action, and co-convened with Met Éireann.

Dame Professor Julia Slingo presented the lecture: Facing up to Climate Change: Where next for Climate Science?

 

Dame Julia Slingo Climate Change Lecture 2019   Dame Prof. Julia Slingo, who served as Chief Scientist at the UK Met Office from 2009 until her retirement in 2016 is the guest speaker for the next Climate Lecture. Throughout her career she has worked with many organisations in Europe and throughout the world.  Dame Julia has brought innovative approaches to understanding and modelling weather and climate, as well as developing and operating complex weather and climate models. Her special interests are tropical weather and climate variability. Since her retirement she has taken up a number of advisory roles.  She holds an honorary professorship at the University of Bristol where she chairs the Advisory Board, and at the University of Exeter where she is lead author on the third UK's Climate Change Risk Assessment.

 

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Previous lectures can be found on our videos page, as well as the EPA's YouTube Channel.

In addition, numerous presentations on climate-related issues given at EPA workshops and conferences are available on the EPA's SlideShare Channel.