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How to Tell Good Climate Science from Bad | Ocean Matters March Lecture At Vancouver Aquarium with ASL interpreters provided

Event: How to Tell Good Climate Science from Bad | Ocean Matters March Lecture

Date: Tuesday, 27-Mar-2018

Time: 7pm (doors 6.30pm)

Price: Free, but register to guarantee your seat

Location: The Vancouver Aquarium

Description: Watching TV or browsing social media we are constantly bombarded with facts and statistics about climate change, the environment and what we should to do to reduce our environmental impact. These seem to change from day to day, so it can seem impossible to know what is really going on. This lecture will demonstrate how some of these statistics and facts are obtained and how you can use scientific critical thinking to decide how reliable they are. Everyone is welcome, whether you have never taken a science class or just want to learn some skills to improve your critical thinking.

Speaker: Dr. Ruth Sharpe | Ruth is the Public Programs Manager at Ocean Wise. She earned her PhD in Zoology from the University of British Columbia in August 2017 and is a passionate science communicator.

Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible and ASL signed.

Webpage: vanaqua.org/oceanmatters

printable PDF:OceanMattersLecture_Poster_March2018

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