The concept of “tipping points” - passing critical thresholds which lead to abrupt changes in our climate systems – is becoming a familiar one in discussions of the climate. Th
Speaker: Antonio Mozqueira, Manager of Climate Change Policy, ACT Government
Climate change is already affecting communities around the world.
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Speaker: Professor Robert Costanza
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Speaker: Dr David Freudenberger
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Speaker: Hon Assoc Prof Hugh Saddler
Hugh Saddler’s presentation – What has gone wrong with electricity supply (
Speaker: John and Robyn Ive
The Yass Valley is one of the state's most salt-affected landscapes, causing reduced pasture yields, soil erosion, loss of biodiversity, declining soil carbon and severely reduc
Climate change is such a big challenge that it can feel overwhelming. It's easy to feel powerless, but that doesn't mean there's nothing you can do.
Speaker: Ngaio Fitzpatrick
If climate change is one of the greatest threats facing global populations today, why do we treat it as an abstract and ambiguous concept?
Speaker: Admiral Professor Chris Barrie
Climate change is exacerbating tensions in areas with existing global instability, increasing the risk and changing the nature of conflict.
Speakers: Helen King
In this Climate Café, Luke Kemp will present a framework for analysing international environmental agreements. Why do some regimes, such as the
Caroline Lambert, first Counsellor for Climate and the Environment at the European Union delegation to Australia, is one of the few "Climate Diplomats" posted abroad by the Euro
Speaker: Dr Will Grant, Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science (CPAS)
This talk will evaluate the public discourse leading up to the Paris Climate Talks (UNFCCC Conference of the Parties (COP 21), in Paris from 30th November to 11th December 2015)
Speakers: Odette Shenfield
What does the climate challenge mean for democracy?
Speaker: Dr Mark Howden, Director Climate Change Institute
Gaps in the ethical practice of climate adaptation research are potentially increasing the risk exposure of decision-makers.
Speaker: Professor Michael Raupach, Director of the ANU Climate Change Institute
This is the first ANU Climate Café event!
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