Nir Shaviv, a professor of physics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, will discuss at a March 21 forum the evidence demonstrating the sun has a large effect on climate. Shaviv will speak in Washington, DC at the Rayburn House Office Building in a forum sponsored by the George C. Marshall Institute.
Shaviv is an expert on solar science and the effects of varying solar output on the Earth’s climate. Shaviv is frequently published in the peer-reviewed scientific literature and has given multiple presentations at the Heartland Institute’s international conferences on climate change.
For more information on Shaviv’s March 21 talk, contact the George C. Marshall Institute at [email protected]