Monday, 18 April 2016


Just when I thought that climate change was a thing of the past I get this email:

From: Planning for Climate Change Conference []
Sent: 14 April 2016 09:47
To: Planning for Climate Change Conference
Subject: Rural Development Conferences Oxford 26th October 2016 and Limerick 28th October 2016
We are pleased to announce that the  2nd UK Rural Development Conference will take place in Oxford on the 26th October 2016  followed by the 2nd Irish Rural Development Conference in Limerick on the 28th October 2016.  This Conference Series is the ideal forum in which to discuss and debate the issues that face rural communities and economies. Details can be found at, Facebook, and Twitter.

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) / Euro 260
Student/Researcher Speaker / Delegate – reduced rate  : £108 (£90 plus VAT) / Euro 130

If you wish to register as a speaker or delegate please contact us at and we will make the necessary invoicing arrangements or register via the registration page on the website.
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Rural Development Conference Team
86-90 Paul Street
United Kingdom

You might think that there would be conference fatigue amongst the climate alarmist brigade, but those putting on these events don't appear to think so. Perhaps there is a big government grant on top of the attendance fees?

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