Professor Ian Plimer on Weekends with Jason Olbourne - 11 February 2024
On today's show, Professor Ian Plimer discusses The Guardian newspaper's claims that in 1954, oil companies knew fossil fuels would increase temperature, the penguin population explosion on Phillip Island claimed to have been caused by climate change, and the fact that one-third of Australian companies are already complying with climate change reporting despite it not being in place.
GUEST OVERVIEW: Ian Plimer is Emeritus Professor of Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne, where he served as Professor and Head of Earth Sciences, following positions at the University of Newcastle and the University of Adelaide. With over 140 scientific papers published and contributions as one of the editors for the five-volume Encyclopedia of Geology, Professor Ian Plimer is one of the world's leading climate scientists who will provide insights into the claim "2023 on track to become the hottest year on record," as stated by the EU climate service.
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