Free Lecture - The atmospheric chemistry of climate change

Start Date: 01 May 2018

Dr. Paul Young: The atmospheric chemistry of climate change

The Auditorium -
The Storey
Tues 1 May - 6.45pm-8pm
Free Public Lecture
Register for free tickets at

Dr Paul Young is a lecturer in the Lancaster Environment Centre at Lancaster University.

Carbon dioxide is the most important cause of human-driven climate change, but it is rather inert and boring from the point of view of a chemist. In this talk he will present how more reactive gases have contributed to recent climate change, including those from car exhausts, factories, and your old fridges and aerosol cans that also cause air pollution and destroy the ozone layer. We will also see the importance of atmospheric chemistry in ...
the web of connections and interactions between life, land and the oceans, that all make up the Earth system.
Finally, he will discuss everything we need to consider if we want to understand what the future might hold for our atmosphere and climate.

For more information contact :
Hosted by the Royal Society of Chemistry Lancaster and District Local Section.
Facebook -
Lancaster and District RSC Local Section
See more

Your comments:

No comments left as yet.


Name:       Email:  
Are you human? Click any box that is not light grey
Join our mailing list

Stay in touch with all the latest news

Residents of the Storey

Office space available, click here for more details