UEA researcher to give talk on climate change in Norwich
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A senior researcher at the University of East Anglia (UEA) is to give a talk on climate change next week in Norwich.
Dr Clare Goodess, who is also a research manager at the Climactic Research Unit (CRU) at the UEA, will discuss the regional and local impacts of climate change.
Dr Goodess joined the CRU in 1982 and has devoted a large part of her career to the task of adapting to climate change.
A spokesperson for the event said: 'While other aspects of climate change are well publicised and well known, fewer efforts have been conducted into planning exactly how we can adapt to climate change.
'This is a very important topic and we are lucky to have a leading expert to talk to us about it. I hope as many people as possible will come.'
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The talk, entitled 'climate change - a global problem with regional and local impacts', will be held at the Friends Meeting House in Upper Goat Lane on March 16 at 1pm.
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