Don Burke and many others will be at the Australian Environment Foundation Conference on Saturday 8th September.
Professor Bob Carter, a foundation member of the AEF, will talk on the myths of climate change. Dr Ziggy Switkowski, the chair of the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, will provide insights into nuclear energy use and the environment.
Melbourne University Professor Rick Roush, recently returned from work in the United States, will outline the benefits to the environment of biotechnology while the Victorian government considers lifting the moratorium on genetically modified crops.
Professor Aynsley Kellow of the University of Tasmania’s School of Political Governance will speak on the political and social implications of environmentalism.
So, register at www.aefweb.info now.
I will also be there.