Dr. Parvez Kumar

Climate change lecture

Local aerospace engineer will talk about potential disaster

Through infra-red goggles darkly!

An Aerospace Engineer’s View of Climate Change.

Dr. Parvez Kumar, P.Eng.

Climate change is a reality, and has been so for a long time.  The “naysayers” are now beginning to realize that our world is approaching a crisis in terms of natural disaster, famine, floods, extraordinary temperature changes and melting of glaciers worldwide.

This presentation takes a hard look at how humanity is creating this potential disaster and what one might do to forestall it.

Dr. Parvez Kumar is a retired Aerospace Engineer and brings to this talk his knowledge of how satellites and Earth observation may help us all (including politician’s) try to keep this planet habitable.

Edward Milne community school

Wednesday, May 20  7 p.m.

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