24 June 2010

Reminder: KGNU/BBC Event Tonite in Boulder

KGNU Independent Community Radio and the British Broadcasting Service (BBC) will present a panel discussion on climate change on June 24 at Unity of Boulder. Jon Stewart, host of BBC’s Science in Action, which airs as part of KGNU’s Science Program, will moderate a panel of researchers from the University of Colorado and the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) who will talk about how the world has dealt with climate change in the wake of last year’s Copenhagen conference.

The panel will feature prominent climate change experts Peter Backlund, Caspar Ammann and Lawrence Buka from NCAR and Roger Pielke Jr. from the University of Colorado. Journalist Leslie Dodson from KGNU’s program How On Earth will join them to discuss the science behind climate change and the importance of conveying its urgency to governments and the public at large. The panel will also take questions from the audience.

The event will begin at 7 p.m. at Unity of Boulder, located at 2455 Folsom St. Admission is free. Call KGNU’s Denver studio at 303-825- 5468 for more information.

5 comments:

Skittler said...

Will this be available online, after the event?

Robert said...

Might be more interesting if Jon Stewart of Comedy Central was the moderator. He would definitely keep everyone's feet to the fire.

eric144 said...

Roger.

I expect the BBC will wish to consolidate the gulf oil disaster into the overall global warming agenda, like Mr Obama.

Good luck.

Roddy said...

'...will join them to discuss the science behind climate change and the importance of conveying its urgency to governments and the public at large.' Good to know there's no presumption in the agenda, anyway.

Jason Roth said...

Yes, if this is up anywhere I'd love to hear it, look at a transcript!

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