Past events

1.30–4.30pm 18 August 2019
The effects of climate change are already a reality for much of the world's population. As we continue into the future, how will we live our daily lives, and tackle the larger...
6–7.30pm 13 August 2019
DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION SLIDES HERE  IPCC Climate Change & Land Howden final.pdf - 1.6MB YOU CAN VIEW LIVE VIDEO OF THE EVENT VIA OUR FACEBOOK PAGE ...
2–3.30pm 13 August 2019
Economists have largely underestimated the global economic damages from climate change. Our work develops two large dimensional global trade models: (a) GTAP-INT, to account for...
6–8pm 24 July 2019
Drawing on experts from around the world to focus on climate, economics, technology, civil society, agriculture and sustainability, 2040 maps out a pathway for change that...
12.30–2pm 18 July 2019
Climate change will have particularly devastating consequences for hundreds of millions of poor people and will bring a radically decreased standard of living for billions....
6–7.30pm 9 July 2019
You can watch a video of this event via our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pg/ANUClimate/videos/   NB Unfortunately the sound quality of the first section...
12.15–1.45pm 24 June 2019
PRESENTATION SLIDES FROM JO CLAY - PDF 1.8MB DISCUSSION NOTES FROM PARTICIPANTS - PDF 458KB FEEDBACK FROM PARTICIPANT EVALUATIONS - PDF 946KB DISCUSSION NOTES ON BUTCHER...
5.30–7pm 19 June 2019
Humanity faces a climate crisis that poses a threat to the survival of the species. How we negotiate the future will determine whether humanity survives and in which manner. A...
12.30–1.30pm 19 June 2019
There is broad consensus that the mean temperature rise caused by anthropogenic greenhouse emissions must be kept below 2 ⁰C from pre-industrial levels to avoid dangerous levels...
9am–5.30pm 17 June 2019
Climate change is already affecting communities throughout Australia with recent average annual temperatures about 1.14°C above those in pre-industrial times. ...
1–2pm 7 June 2019
In this seminar Dr Steven Lade discusses ‘Planetary boundaries’, the safe operating space for humanity as a precondition for sustainable development, and the...
2–6.30pm 1 May 2019
The ANU School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) and the ANU Climate Change Institute (CCI) are joining forces to host this half day symposium to...
6.30–8pm 30 April 2019
ANU 2019 Federal Election Panel Series Many of the enduring challenges in Australian domestic policy are seemingly intractable. How we respond - or don't respond - will...
9am–4.30pm 30 April 2019
Do you consider gender a consideration for your program, project or research? Now is the time to reflect on this. This symposium is an opportunity to explore the role,...
12–1pm 8 April 2019
The ability to work is central to most economic and social outcomes. Using data from the Indian Human Development Survey (IHDS-II), with the scheduling in advance of interviews...
12.30–1.30pm 25 March 2019
The European Commission recently presented its long-term vision for a prosperous, modern, competitive and climate-neutral economy by 2050. It highlights pathways for Europe to...
12.15–1.45pm 18 March 2019
DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION AND SUMMARY OF DISCUSSION BELOW. The most common causes of death in Australia are lifestyle-related chronic diseases such as diabetes, liver, heart and...
12–1pm 16 March 2019
How can dance, performed live and/or in combination with other media, communicate and empower action on climate change? How can we harness the power of art in this climate...
6–7.30pm 14 March 2019
LISTEN TO PODCAST OF THIS EVENT DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION -  Myles Allen_ANU_lecture.pdf   7.7MB The most recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report...
6.15–7.15pm 12 March 2019
Linear global temperature projections portrayed by the IPCC for 2100 to 2300 are examined in perspective of the history of the atmosphere-ocean system during the last 800,000...

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