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  • Location: Scrabster Caithness (the far north of Scotland)
  • Location: Scrabster Caithness (the far north of Scotland)

    SKY NEWS’ FRANCIS WILSON TO VISIT NATIONAL MARINE AQUARIUM FOR SEMINAR ON CLIMATE CHANGE

    A Sky News presenter has been invited to be guest speaker at the National Marine Aquarium. Weather presenter, Francis Wilson, will be at the Plymouth-based Attraction on Monday 10th April 2006, where he will be discussing his views on climate change during a lunchtime seminar.

    Members of the public will have the opportunity to see into the world of a Chartered Meteorologist, during Francis Wilson’s short talk on climate change at 1:00pm in the Discovery Theatre. A question and answer session will follow, where all will be revealed into what life is really like behind the scenes at Sky News.

    The Aquarium hopes that discussing issues on climate change will raise public awareness to the causes of climate change and encourage people to consider the long term effects their actions have on the planet. Explorocean, the Aquarium’s new £3.6 million pound interactive centre, looks at the different effects on climate change through exhibits such as Climate Lab and Ocean Energy.

    Hannah Pritchard, National Marine Aquarium’s Assistant Marketing Manager, said:

    “We are delighted to have Francis Wilson here to share his wealth of knowledge on all issues relating to climate change.

    This is a great opportunity for people, not only to talk to someone with over 20 years experience in Meteorology, but to then go and see for themselves how the effects of climate change is changing our world by visiting our new Explorocean zone.”

    Climate Lab will feature the very latest information on topical issues relating to climate change from across the world, thanks to footage sent from Sky News direct to the Aquarium’s new virtual studio.

    Francis Wilson, Sky News Weatherman, said:

    “Climate change is a reality which affects everyone and everything on this planet, so Sky News is proud to provide images for the Climate Lab exhibit.”

    Explorocean, the first of its kind in the UK, officially opened to the general public on 10th March 2006.

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  • Location: Dublin, ireland
  • Weather Preferences: Snow , thunderstorms and wind
  • Location: Dublin, ireland
    SKY NEWS' FRANCIS WILSON TO VISIT NATIONAL MARINE AQUARIUM FOR SEMINAR ON CLIMATE CHANGE

    A Sky News presenter has been invited to be guest speaker at the National Marine Aquarium. Weather presenter, Francis Wilson, will be at the Plymouth-based Attraction on Monday 10th April 2006, where he will be discussing his views on climate change during a lunchtime seminar.

    Members of the public will have the opportunity to see into the world of a Chartered Meteorologist, during Francis Wilson's short talk on climate change at 1:00pm in the Discovery Theatre. A question and answer session will follow, where all will be revealed into what life is really like behind the scenes at Sky News.

    The Aquarium hopes that discussing issues on climate change will raise public awareness to the causes of climate change and encourage people to consider the long term effects their actions have on the planet. Explorocean, the Aquarium's new £3.6 million pound interactive centre, looks at the different effects on climate change through exhibits such as Climate Lab and Ocean Energy.

    Hannah Pritchard, National Marine Aquarium's Assistant Marketing Manager, said:

    "We are delighted to have Francis Wilson here to share his wealth of knowledge on all issues relating to climate change.

    This is a great opportunity for people, not only to talk to someone with over 20 years experience in Meteorology, but to then go and see for themselves how the effects of climate change is changing our world by visiting our new Explorocean zone."

    Climate Lab will feature the very latest information on topical issues relating to climate change from across the world, thanks to footage sent from Sky News direct to the Aquarium's new virtual studio.

    Francis Wilson, Sky News Weatherman, said:

    "Climate change is a reality which affects everyone and everything on this planet, so Sky News is proud to provide images for the Climate Lab exhibit."

    Explorocean, the first of its kind in the UK, officially opened to the general public on 10th March 2006.

    Hi Paula,

    Very interesting. I like Francis.

    I wonder if Sky will be broadcasting any of this conference or exercpts

    Just had a look at your temps. I thought we were cold with 2.5C and sleet but yours is -1.5C. BRRRRRR

    Maybe we wont have a summer after all.

    I hope you are keeping well

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  • Location: Stewartstown (51m asl) , N.Ireland. (In Dazzling Dazza Land)
  • Location: Stewartstown (51m asl) , N.Ireland. (In Dazzling Dazza Land)

    Hi Paula,

    That should be very interesting. I think Francis is great and very entertaining.

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