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MPs take evidence on climate at Science Museum

26 June 2013

The Science and Technology Committee will hold the following oral evidence session in its inquiry into ‘Climate: Public understanding and policy implications’ on Wednesday 26 June.

Witnesses

Atmosphere gallery, Science Museum

At 9.05am

  • Professor Nick Pidgeon, Understanding Risk Research Group, Cardiff University
  • Professor Chris Rapley, Communicating Climate Science Policy Commission, UCL
  • Dr Alex Burch, Director of Learning, Science Museum Group

 At 10.00am (approximately)

  • Professor John Womersley, Chief Executive, Science and Technology Facilities Council, and Champion for RCUK Public Engagement with Research
  • Professor Tim Palmer, Vice President, Royal Meteorological Society
  • Professor Rowan Sutton, Director of Climate Research, National Centre for Atmospheric Science
  • Professor John Pethica, Physical Secretary and Vice-President, Royal Society

The evidence session will be held at the Science Museum. The address is as follows:

Main Entrance
Exhibition Road
South Kensington
London SW7 2DD

Location: Atmosphere gallery, Science Museum

Entry to the evidence session will be via the Main Entrance. The Museum does not formally open to the public until 10.00am. Special access for the purpose of watching the committee has been arranged and members of the public are encouraged to arrive at the Main Entrance by 8.55am. There will be no access to the meeting between 9.15am and 10.00am.

Further evidence sessions will be announced in due course.

Further information

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