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can nuclear power save the planet?


Blake Lapthorn's Climate Change team were pleased to welcome Mark Lynas, climate change specialist, as its sixth speaker in the fourth series of green breakfasts held in Oxford on 12 May 2010.

Mark is a freelance journalist and writer. He is the author three books on climate change including the best selling Six Degrees: Our Future on a Hotter Planet and was a co-writer and science advisor for the film The Age Of Stupid.  Mark has attracted criticism from environmental campaigners for his support of increased nuclear power.


Registration and breakfast: 7.30 am

Start: 8.00 am

Finish: 9.30 am