We are delighted to be working with the James Hutton Institute on a series of four winter sessions (2019/2020) aimed at helping us understand how climate change will affect us locally.
“CLIMATE CHANGE AND LOCAL LAND USE – from global to local impacts” :
Thursday 21st. November, 7.30 pm :
Dr Mike Rivington, Land Use Systems Modeller
MacRobert Hall, Tarland, The Square, AB34 4YL
In this first session of the series, Mike will discuss the overall global perspective for climate change in the coming decades, and show how our local area could be affected and what the consequences might be for local land use.
With over 20 years of experience in the field, Mike has contributed to the 3rd US National Climate Assessment, to the UN Environment Programme and the Global Food Security Programme.
Come and ask your questions on how climate change might affect you. Entry is free. Tea and coffee will be available before the talk. Dates of the further talks will published here once available.