Past events

Climate Feedback, Climate Cafe, Climate Change Institute
12.15–1.45pm 21 March 2016
With a vast amount of information available online, trying to figure out which information is credible — and which is not — is a real challenge. When so much of...
Paris Climate Agreement COP21 ANU
6.15–7.45pm 10 March 2016
The Paris Climate Talks culminated in universal acceptance of a UN agreement to limit global warming to below 2°C for the first time ever.    A panel of...
Chris Kellett
3–4pm 8 March 2016
Many governments and international finance organisations use a carbon price in cost-benefit analyses, emissions trading schemes, quantification of energy subsidies, and modelling...
Climate, Fire and Human Evolution, Climate Change Institute Fire research cluster
6pm 3 March 2016
Join us for the launch of Dr Andrew Glikson's and Professor Colin Groves' latest book Climate, Fire and Human Evolution: The Deep Time...
1.30–2.50pm 11 February 2016
The Paris negotiations on climate change are a critical event for anyone with an interest in global issues. This international panel, with leading analysts from...
6–7.30pm 16 December 2015
A panel of experts who attended the Paris Climate talks will discuss how events unfolded, the decisions made (or not made) and their implications for Australia and...
6–8pm 27 November 2015
Will science and policy finally get it together in Paris?   What are the lessons for science and policy in ensuring our future wellbeing? Enjoy a presentation and...
6–7.15pm 11 November 2015
Two of the key global challenges now occurring are aging of the world’s population and climate change.  So far there’s been little focus on the intersection...
3.30–5pm 4 November 2015
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),...
19–25 October 2015
Global Climate Change Week is a new initiative designed to encourage academics in all disciplines and countries to engage with their students and communities on climate change...
6–7.15pm 12 October 2015
Australia has offered an emissions reduction target for the Paris talks that is significantly below that of the European Union and which even falls short of the...
3.30–5pm 7 October 2015
What does the climate challenge mean for democracy? There are many possible ways to think about this question: Does it mean we have to expand our definitions of democracy to...
2pm 1 September 2015
Gaps in the ethical practice of climate adaptation research are potentially increasing the risk exposure of decision-makers. While much of the research on adaption decision-making...
1.35pm 27 August 2015
Each year, the Climate Change Institute and Energy Change Institute invite postgraduate students from various universities, including the ANU, University of Canberra and the...
6–7.30pm 12 August 2015
The Findings of the Fifth IPCC Report The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report is the world’s most comprehensive evaluation of...
9am–2pm 6 August 2015
The ANU Climate and Energy Research Student Expo showcases the ongoing and completed research work in the field of climate change and energy change...
5.30–7pm 24 June 2015
In 2009 Lancet-UCL Commission on Climate Change declared: “Climate change is the biggest global health threat of the 21st century…the impacts will be felt all...
5.30–7.30pm 17 June 2015
More than 190 countries will meet in Paris in December to reach an agreement on how to limit global temperature increase to below two degrees Celsius. But many people find the...
3.30–5pm 1 October 2014
This is the first ANU Climate Café event! FREE TEA, COFFEE & SNACKS FOR OPENING! To start of the ANU Climate Café discussion, we will first quickly introduce you to...
5.15–6.30pm 4 September 2014
This forum is the third in the 2014 Fenner Fora Series "Energy, Fire, Climate, Water - Fenner Fora 2014.  Please note: the audio recording of this event is...

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