What's the latest science on climate change and what does it mean for our local and regional communities in Australia? How can we best turn the most recent scientific information into a foundation for taking action in our work and in our personal lives? Where are the best sources of up to date information and future scenarios for our changing world?
Join Professor Brendan Mackey, hosted by Dr Michelle Maloney from AELA, as we explore the most recent scientific information, and discuss what it means in practical terms, policy terms and future action.
OUR SPEAKER - PROFESSOR BRENDAN MACKEY
Professor Brendan Mackey is Director of the Griffith Climate Action Beacon, Griffith Climate Change Response Program, and the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility at Griffith University. He has a PhD in ecology from The Australian National University. Brendan has published extensively in the fields of climate change research, forest ecology and other topics in natural sciences, and was a Coordinating Lead Author for the 2022 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change IPCC 6th Assessment Report, Working Group II - impacts, vulnerability & adaptation.
OUR HOST – DR MICHELLE MALONEY
Dr Michelle Maloney is the Co-founder and National Convenor of the Australian Earth Laws Alliance and holds undergraduate degrees in politics and law (ANU) and a PhD in environmental law and regulation from the Griffith Law Futures Centre. Michelle’s books, journal publications, interviews, podcasts and speaking events can be accessed on her profile page: www.earthlaws.org.au/michelle