Sun, 21 March 2021

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm GMT

The Physics of Climate Change

Lawrence Krauss

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The news is full of hotly debated divergent claims about the impacts and risks of climate change. Theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss joins us to cut through the confusion.

Which climate predictions are securely based on analysis of empirical data, and which are more speculative?

In this livestream talk, Lawrence Krauss will explore the history of how scientists progressed to our current understanding of the Earth’s climate and its future, offering a unique, clear and accessible guide to the latest science and the risks of global inaction.

This is an unmissable talk for anyone interested in understanding humanity’s role in the future of our planet.

Praise for Lawrence Krauss’s The Physics of Climate Change:

“Lucid and gripping, this study of the most severe challenge humans have ever faced leads the reader from the basic physics of climate change to recognition of the damage that humans have already caused.” – Noam Chomsky

“Brilliant and fundamental, this is the necessary book about our prime global emergency.” – Ian McEwan

“It is brimming with information lucidly analysed.” – Richard Dawkins

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Lawrence Krauss

Theoretical Physicist

Lawrence M. Krauss is an internationally known theoretical physicist and the author of hundreds of articles and numerous popular books including New York Times bestsellers, The Physics of Star Trek and A Universe from Nothing. He is currently President of the Origins Project Foundation and host of the Origins Podcast with Lawrence Krauss.