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date: Wed, 7 Feb 2007 11:46:20 -0000
from: "Sykes, Chloe" <>
subject: Ralph Cicerone Lecture
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Dear all

As you will be aware, following day 1 of next month's IPCC discussion meeting here at the
Royal Society (Thursday 1 March), there will be a dinner for all speakers, chairs,
organisers and panel members.

The aim of the dinner is to provide an opportunity for more informal discussion about the
findings of the report and to give policy makers the opportunity to meet some of the
authors of the report and other scientists active in the field of climate change research.

The dinner will be preceded from 6.30-7.30pm by a keynote public lecture to be given by Dr
Ralph Cicerone, President of the United States National Academy of Sciences, entitled How
humans cause global climate change.

I would be grateful if you could please confirm your attendance at this dinner and also let
me know if you would like to attend the lecture beforehand.

Could I please also remind you that abstracts for the meeting are due by 16 February 2007.

I look forward to meeting you all next month.

With best wishes


Chlo� Sykes
Events Officer

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