Past events

Past events

15
Nov
2019

What Australia has and hasn't done to tackle climate change impacts on human health »

3.30pm 15 November 2019

Launch of MJA-Lancet Countdown on Health & Climate Change Report 2019 in Canberra

14
Nov
2019

Extinction thwarted: surviving global warming »

5.30pm 14 November 2019

Professor Sharon Friel discusses the health challenges of global warming.

13
Nov
2019

Requiem for a Reef »

7.30pm 13 November 2019

Requiem for a Reef is a collaborative work of advocacy for coral reefs around the world. Join artist Ngaio Fitzpatrick, composer Alec Hunter, ANU Climate Change Institute Director, Prof Mark Howden for a one-off performance and event to open the exhibition timed to coincide with the November Full Moon.

17
Oct
2019

Great Green Debate »

7pm 17 October 2019

Should Australia Declare a Climate Emergency? - join the discussion with some of the sharpest scientific, political, and economic minds

16
Oct
2019

Net Zero: the UK’s 2050 emissions target »

6pm 16 October 2019

Advisor to the UK Government on Climate Change, Professor Julia King, will discuss how the country plans to reach net zero emissions by 2050.

15
Oct
2019

Will the Great Barrier Reef still exist in 2050? »

6pm 15 October 2019

Professor Terry Hughes, Director of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, will deliver the Annual ANU Emeritus Faculty Lecture.

08
Oct
2019

Understanding the ACT's new Climate Change Strategy »

5.30pm 8 October 2019

An overview of the ACT's new climate strategy and living infrastructure plan, with expert commentary and audience Q&A.

01
Oct
2019

Climate change, the ocean and frozen regions - an IPCC special report »

6pm 1 October 2019

Australia depends on the ocean that surrounds us for our health and prosperity. But a new report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reveals that climate change is having a profound impact on both our ocean and the frozen parts of our planet.

19
Sep
2019

Book launch: The Climate Question - Natural Cycles, Human Impact, Future Outlook »

5pm 19 September 2019

This book discusses in straightforward terms why climate changes, how it has changed naturally before the industrial revolution made humans important.

02
Sep
2019

UN Climate Action Summit 2019: A Pacific Youth Talanoa for greater ambition on climate change »

6pm 2 September 2019

The United Nations has called a Global Climate Action Summit to boost ambition and accelerate actions to address climate change.

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