The Institute for Politics and Society organizes a public debate called Climate history in the light of modern scientific knowledge. The event will be held in Czech and the admission is free.
The aim of this discussion will be to think about the long-term trends in the climate change, its consequences, characteristics and parallel phenomenon. In the next part of the debate, the individual lecturers will deal with the potential strategies regarding the external negative effects of the climate change, in order to promote the increase the societal awareness.
Petr Pokorny, Biologist and Paleoecologist, Center for Theoretical Studies
Jan Pretel, Climatologist and Scientific Secretary , Czech Hydrometeorological Institute
Zbynek Petráček, journalist, Lidové noviny
Vladimir Dolejsky, Deputy Director for Management Section of Nature and Landscape Protection
The debate will take place May 5, 2016 at 6 p.m., Schebek Palace (Politických vězňů 7, Praha).