If you've got $60 spare and are free on Monday night, you can splurge on a night out with former prime minister John Howard and king of the climate sceptics Ian Plimer.
Plimer, a professor of mining geology at Adelaide University, has written a new book, How to Get Expelled from School: A guide to climate change for pupils, parents and punters.
Howard will launch the so-called "anti-Warmist manual for the younger reader" at the Tattersalls Club in the Sydney CBD.
The former PM and self-described climate change "agnostic" is certainly taking a great interest in the climate science debate. The Power Index reported last week that Howard had written the foreword to a new report that accuses the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change of entrenched bias, conflicts of interest and poor oversight.
As well as 101 questions to ask global warming believers, Plimer's new book contains a foreword from well-known climate sceptic Václav Klaus, the President of the Czech Republic.
Plimer told 2GB talkback host Alan Jones last week that man-made climate change is the "biggest scientific and financial con the world has ever seen".
His 2009 best-seller Heaven and Earth remains one of the most influential publications to have questioned the scientific consensus on climate change.
Opposition leader Tony Abbott has described Heaven and Earth as a "well-argued book refuting most of the claims of the climate catastrophists" while Catholic archbishop George Pell said Plimer's evidence "shows the wheels are falling from the climate catastrophe bandwagon".