As climate predictions from just 1 degree of global warming become catastrophic reality on the nightly news, how can governments, business and communities act more quickly to stay within international targets.
We know from 40 years of scientific rigour that both fossil fuels and forests need to stay in the ground if we are to adequately curb emissions. We also need to accelerate the uptake of clean energy sources and improve land management to avoid considering riskier climate interventions. Join our experts to hear what climate action solutions are on the table, and how they can be achieved.
Climate Solutions: Interventions and Adaptations is presented with Academic Partner Griffith University.
Hugh Hunt’s research centres on the control of noise and vibration from underground railways, but he also became involved in geoengineering as Co-Investigator on the SPICE project 2010-15 looking at...View Profile
Natasha Mitchell is a multi-award winning radio host, science journalist, and podcaster with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). She presents the weekly culture and science program, Science Friction, on ABC...View Profile
Brendan Mackey is Director of the Griffith Climate Change Response Program and a Professor at Griffith University, Queensland Australia. This program leads Griffith University’s interdisciplinary research into climate change adaptation...View Profile
Sophie Lewis is a Senior Lecturer at the University of New South Wales, Canberra. She researches the role of human influences in recent extreme climate events in Australia such as...View Profile
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