Monday, January 25, 2010

Lord Monckton Australian Lecture Tour with Prof Ian Plimer in Jan-Feb10 with Dates,Venues!


- Why did Copenhagen fail?

- Why has global warming science failed?

- Why are the alarmists wrong?

- Why does the government still want to introduce a global warming tax that could bankrupt the nation?

International Commentator and former Science and Economic Policy Advisor to Margaret Thatcher, Lord Christopher Monckton will explain why.

Lord Monckton will be introduced by Professor Ian Plimer, leading Academic and author of 'Heaven + Earth'.

January 27 - Sydney 12.30pm Union Club Lunch
January 27 - Sydney $20 5.30pm Grand Ballroom, The Sheraton on the Park, Elizabeth Street.
January 28 - Newcastle $2 12:30p.m. Pay at the door. VENUE: The Banquet Room, Newcastle City Hall, King St, NEWCASTLE.
January 29 - Brisbane 12.30pm Lunch Grand Ballroom Hilton Hotel, Queens Street Brisbane
January 29 - Brisbane 3pm "Town Hall Meeting," Irish Club
January 30 - Noosa $20 The J in Noosa Junction @2p.m. Payment at the door

February 1 - Melbourne $20 luncheon, 12.00 for 12.30, will be held at 6/112 Millswyn St, South Yarra:(RSVP no later than c.o.b. on Thursday, January 28, by email to

February 2 - Melbourne $20 "Town Hall Meeting," Venue TBA

February 3 - Canberra

February 4 - Adelaide 2pm

February 5 - Adelaide

February 8 - Perth Lunch - Parmelia Hotel

February 8 - Perth 5:30pm "Town Hall Meeting" Venue TBA
All updates to Tour Dates and locations here

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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

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Sunday, January 17, 2010

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Saturday, January 16, 2010

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