Climate Change Lecture Series

Since 2007 the EPA Climate Change Lecture series has hosted national and international experts on a variety of climate change topics.  The Lectures are free of charge and open to everyone who registers in advance.  In more recent years these Lectures have been live-streamed through our website and subsequently the recordings made available on the EPA's YouTube Channel. The Climate Change Lecture Series has covered many diverse and wide-ranging topics and are essential to the EPA’s commitment to increase public awareness of climate change, its causes, consequences and how we tackle it.  

Each 40-minute lecture is followed by a Q&A session chaired in recent years by a well-known presenter of current affairs, Dr John Bowman.

Upcoming Lecture

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Previous Lectures

In February 2020, Dr Artur Runge-Metzger, the Director at the Directorate General of Climate Action in the EU spoke about the European Green Deal which frames Member State’s contributions in the context of a climate-neutral Europe by 2050.

In November 2018 the guest lecturer was Prof. Hugh Montgomery who delivered a presentation on climate change and health impacts.

In 2010 we were honoured to have President Mary Robinson as a guest speaker addressing the reshaping of the debate on climate change.

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