Wednesday, 9 March 2016


Below is the information sent to me about another forthcoming Climate Change Conference. What amazes me is that so many people and/or organisations are prepared to pay to come and speak at these events, let alone those who simply attend it to listen to all that propaganda. I was very slightly tempted to write in and offer to be a speaker, but I would not have the slightest chance of being accepted, unless I lied and pretended I was going to talk about the enormous risks the climate change posed. Anyway there is no way I would pay money to listen to all that guff. Did you notice that the London Museum of Archaeology are sending a speaker. What on earth has that got to do with climate change?

We are pleased to announce that the 3rd London Planning for Climate Change Conference will take place on the 2nd June 2016.  This Conference Series is the ideal forum in which to discuss and debate the issues that face communities and economies when it comes to planning and adapting to the problems faced by growing global climate change.  So far we have speakers from the Following organisations (full paper details can be found on the website
Oxford University.
Zero Waste Scotland.
Cardiff University.
Aylesbury Vale Council.
Baylor University.
Lee International.
Università Iuav di Venezia.
London Museum of Archaeology.
Aberdeen University.
Salford University.
Internal Drainage Board. 
JBA Associates.
If you are interested in being a Speaker please contact us with a title /abstract and we will consider you as a speaker.  Delegate places can also now be booked for the Conference in June.
The cost to attend as a Speaker / Delegate is set competitively for 2016 and is as follows:
Speaker / Delegate - full rate: £216 (£180 plus VAT).
Student/Researcher Speaker / Delegate – reduced rate  : £108 (£90 plus VAT).
Details can be found at  Facebook, and Twitter.
If you wish to register as a delegate or speaker please access the relevant page of our website or contact us at and we will make the necessary invoicing arrangements

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