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Fabulous lectures in Holland done: Munich conference forced to relocate

My satisfaction over four successful lectures in and around Delft in the Netherlands over the last few days was somewhat soured yesterday by the news that the EIKE conference in Munich scheduled for 22-23 November (my next and last stop on my European tour) was on the verge of collapse because of threats from anti-science protesters.

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Blijdorp Zoo, Rotterdam, outside the polar bear enclosure. 17 November 2019.

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Six-city European lecture tour kicks off at Oslo conference and ends in Munich with EIKE

In less than four weeks, I’ll be heading off to Europe for a five-city six-city lecture tour that starts with the Climate Realists’ conference in Oslo in mid October and ends with the EIKE conference in Munich in late November. I am really excited to meet my European colleagues and blog supporters, and talk to the public in these cities about polar bear science – the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Chukchi male from ship in 2016_SMALL_NOAA Caitlin Bailey GFOE

Details below. Once I have times and venue locations for all of these, I will update this post with that information.

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