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The Path to a Regenerative Future: In Conversation about Climate Change

Fellowship Event

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Zoom/Online

  • Climate change
  • Environment

Join Fellows in Oceania for an online discussion on the global climate crisis and how we negotiate a path to a regenerative future.

The start of the new decade has been marred by the ravaging effects of climate change. Catastrophic bushfires in Australia, prolonged drought and heatwaves, torrential rain and flooding, and severe winter storms in the US and Europe.

As global temperatures rise, climate scientists warn that we can expect more extreme weather throughout the decade unless urgent action is taken to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

In conversation with Chris Turney, Professor of Climate Change and Earth Science at the University of New South Wales, we look at the future risks of climate change and ask whether 2020 will prove the social tipping point needed for regenerative action.

This is an online event hosted by RSA Oceania and open to the global Fellowship. See below for timing in your region:

Sydney & Melbourne -- 7pm AEDT
New Zealand -- 9pm NZDT
United Kingdom -- 8am GMT

Please direct any questions about this event to philipa.duthie@thersa.org. Joining instructions will be sent to attendees upon registration.

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