The aim of Mole Valley Climate Change Awareness is given in the name – to make people in Mole Valley better aware of the risks of climate change.
- What are the likely impacts of climate change?
- When could they happen?
- How many people could be affected?
- Are governments doing enough?
- What can we do as individuals?
I have developed a presentation that tackles these and other questions which I give to as many interested groups in Mole Valley that I can find. I can adjust the content and timing to suit the needs of the audience. My experience has been that most groups want me to talk for approximately 30 minutes, and then have at least a further 30 minutes for questions and discussion. I mainly talk to adult groups, but am keen to talk to sixth forms as well: they will be the ones most affected and this issue will come to dominate their lives.
I have also written a series of articles.
If you are interested or want to know more, please contact me by phone or email. I will need a small table on which to put my laptop and projector, a power socket nearby, a blank wall or room for a screen. I am retired so can make any time provided I have sufficient notice. There is no charge, but I won’t refuse a contribution towards expenses.
Mole Valley Climate Change Awareness
Tel: 01372 378914
- This is a personal initiative and I do not represent any organisation. The presentation is mainly factual: I will make it clear when I am giving my opinions. The main aim is to present the facts so that the audience can make up their own minds on this vital issue.
- I have given presentations to over 30 different groups in Mole Valley with a total attendance of almost 800 people. Here is some feedback.
- “you made the difficult subject very interesting with a very carefully thought out presentation” (professional engineer)
- “thank you once again for giving up your time to come and talk to our students last week. Student feedback has been extremely positive.” (school-teacher)
- “His information is absolutely up to date, his background knowledge is formidable and he is able seamlessly to integrate the many different sciences which are needed to explain global warming and climate change” (community leader)
- I am 60 years old, have lived in Leatherhead for 25 years, and have three grown-up children. I am a retired safety engineer.