Dr Benny Peiser, who heads the London based Global Warming Policy Foundation https://www.thegwpf.org/, is visiting Australia and speaking at three major events in Sydney 26 April, Brisbane 27 April and Melbourne 28 April. 

With Lord Lawson, Benny Peiser launched the GWPF in 2009 in the run-up to the Copenhagen Climate Summit. It provides a platform for educational research and informed debate on measures to cut greenhouse emissions in an attempt to limit man-made climate change. 

Dr Peiser has written extensively on domestic and international climate and energy policies and has appeared on numerous media outlets to contest global warming alarmism and to demonstrate the cost of policies being proposed to address it. 

His visit is especially timely given that the global energy crisis and its causes are key issues in the Australian federal election campaign. It is being supported by several Australian organisations.

Links to the three events and their booking particulars are as follows:

https://www.regulationeconomics.com/so/05N-u-oTk?languageTag=en

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