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FORMER Bureau of Meteorology chief William Kininmonth says any suggestion that he is a climate change denier does nothing to help the debate on the science.
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Mr Kininmonth will be in Colac tonight for a public forum and says he is looking forward to discussing the misunderstandings of climate change.

He said labelling him a climate change denier didn’t help.

“There are a lot of uncertainties about climate change,” he said. “For a decade governments around the world have been making policy to reduce carbon dioxide and all the money to justify it.

“I don’t try to push a particular agenda, I just discuss the science as I understand it.

“All they get out of the media is usually one side.

“People want to hear about climate and climate systems. I have 50 years’ experience with it.

“The more questions people ask, the better.”

Last week, The Standard reported a leaked email revealed that former Greens candidate Lisa Owen developed a strategy to discredit the climate speech night organised by the Australian Family Association for tomorrow night at Emmanuel College Warrnambool.

Mr Kininmonth said he encouraged everyone to come along and ask questions.

“A shouting match doesn’t help anyone,” he said.

“But I’m very happy for them to come along and ask questions. Trying to disrupt an event doesn’t help anyone.” Mr Kininmonth was the head of Australia’s National Climate Centre at the Bureau of Meteorology from 1986 to 1998.

He is a science advisor to the Science and Public Policy Institute and runs the Australasian Climate Research Institute from his Melbourne home.

Today’s forum is at the Colac Bowling Club from 8pm and tomorrow’s forum at Emmanuel College’s Ardlie Street hall begins at 7.30pm.

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