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Panel Discussion: Climate Change And NZ's Future

Public Panel Discussion: Climate Change And NZ's Future

This Friday 4 February
Rutherford House
23 Lambton Quay Wellington
12 Noon

Experts from Victoria University, Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences, National Institute of Water and Atmosphereic Research, Climate Change Office (Ministry for the Environment) and Motu Economic and Public Policy Research discuss climate change and how it will affect New Zealand. Followed by a poster exhibition presented by Victoria University students.

All welcome, admission free

Antarctic Research Centre and School of Earth Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington


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