Past events

6–7.30pm 19 December 2018
Podcast - Soundcloud LISTEN TO PODCAST OF THE EVENT. ANU TV - Youtube  WATCH A RECORDING OF THE PRESENTATIONS HERE WATCH THE Q AND A SESSION WITH THE...
1–2pm 6 December 2018
Download John Ingram's presentation (PDF 4.4MB) One of the great human achievements over the last half century is that advances in food production have largely kept pace...
6–7pm 3 December 2018
ANU TV - Youtube WATCH A VIDEO OF THE EVENT HERE​ The Prime Minister of Tuvalu, Rt Hon Enele Sosene Sopoaga, will discuss the impacts of climate change on Tuvalu...
1.30–3pm 30 November 2018
Urban Transformation through Technology: Building Sustainable Cities with Effective Transport Denmark, together with the other Nordic countries, is at the forefront when it...
12–1pm 19 November 2018
The recently released IPCC Special Scientific Report, “Global Warming of 1.5°C” highlighted the historically unprecedented scale of the changes required in energy...
12.15–1.45pm 12 November 2018
What role can music play in climate change communication and adaptation?  Drawing on recent research in West Africa, this Climate Cafe will explore the way musician-farmers...
30–31 October 2018
Earth is warming at an unprecedented rate due to anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions. This was recognised at the 2015 Paris Climate Convention (COP21) in 2015 who agreed to...
12.30–1.30pm 16 October 2018
Recent years have seen a surge in political campaigns targeting the financing, production, transportation and large-scale consumption of fossil fuels. These campaigns typically...
12.15–1.45pm 15 October 2018
The concept of “tipping points” - passing critical thresholds which lead to abrupt changes in our climate systems – is becoming a familiar one in...
6–7.30pm 9 October 2018
ANU TV - Youtube Part 1 - Introduction by Ms Jo Evans, Deputy Secretary of the Department of Environment and Energy Part 2 - Presentation on deciphering the implications of...
2–4pm 18 September 2018
This presentation examines the role of scientific experts and expertise in legal proceedings. It compares the decisions made by two scientists contributing to litigation...
6–7.30pm 6 September 2018
Download event presentation (PDF 4MB)   You can also listen to Prof Lackner via this Wholesome Show podcast https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/capturing-carbon-...
6–7.30pm 27 August 2018
It has been almost three years since the world came together to draft the Paris Climate Agreement (in December 2015). So how are international efforts to meet its goals...
6–7.30pm 8 August 2018
COMING SOON - YOUTUBE LINK TO RECORDED SESSIONS OF EVENT COMING SOON - FEEDBACK FROM ATTENDEES When does science change the world? What does it take for research...
6–7.30pm 19 July 2018
COMING SOON - YOUTUBE LINK TO RECORDED SESSIONS OF EVENT CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO SEE FEEDBACK ON EVENT FROM ATTENDEES Communities Transforming their World: Stories of...
10–11.30am 10 July 2018
SLIDES FOR THIS PRESENTATION ARE NOW AVAILABLE HERE CLICK LINK BELOW TO SEE FEEDBACK ON THE EVENT FROM ATTENDEES The EU Circular Economy vision: a powerful force...
5.30–8pm 12 June 2018
CLICK LINK BELOW TO SEE FEEDBACK ONT HE EVENT FROM ATTENDEES Canberra premiere of "Guardians of the Earth" - Evaluation Report "Guardians of the Earth...
1–2.30pm 30 May 2018
Which areas is it fair and reasonable for a university to invest in? What does forward-looking and ethical investment mean for an organisation like ANU? How...
5.30–7pm 29 May 2018
Reaching the ambitions of the Paris Agreement will require global changes towards low-carbon, climate-resilient economies. We are witnessing a proliferation of...
1–2pm 12 April 2018
The Fenner School of Environment & Society invite you to their annual briefing on the condition of Australia’s natural resources and ecosystems. This year, ANU and...

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