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Man-made climate change with Prof Karoly

Man-made climate change with Prof Karoly


RPP FM’s Beyond Infinity program presenters Piers Cunningham and John Young will interview Professor David Karoly next Tuesday, 26 January between 11am – 12 noon.

The interview will mainly focus on man-made climate change, and questions pertaining to the potential effects on the Mornington Peninsula.

Dave Karoly head shot
Prof David Karoly

David is a Professor of Atmospheric Science in the School of Earth Sciences and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science at the University of Melbourne.

Prof Karoly’s research focuses on climate variability and climate change, including greenhouse climate change, stratospheric ozone depletion and interannual climate variations due to El Niño-Southern Oscillation.

He is recognised as one of the leading global experts on the dynamics of large-scale atmospheric circulation in the Southern Hemisphere and its variability and also recognised as a world leader in the detection and attribution of climate change, particularly at regional scales. Recently, he has been studying the impacts of climate change on weather extremes and their impacts on human and natural systems.

Prof Karoly’s was involved, through several different roles, in the preparation of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 4th Assessment Report and was a Review Editor for a chapter in the IPCC 5th Assessment Report.

Piers Cunningham
John Young

Piers and John are very excited to have the opportunity to invite Prof Karoly as a special guest on Beyond Infinity.

Beyond Infinity every Tuesday, 11am – 12 noon.

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Debra Mar Working many years in the corporate world in Melbourne and overseas, Debra found herself in the fashion industry as a designer after studying 3 years at RMIT. She now producers and presenters her own radio program The Breakfast Table every Tuesday 6-9am and writes for a local magazine. With a love of writing and being involved in the community, she has a certain curiosity of what makes people ‘tick’, Debra also writes feature stories and updates details on the RPP FM website.