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Climate change resilience: myth or reality? ESCC Hub Roadshow

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Department of the Environment and Energy

John Gorton Building

King Edward Terrace

Parkes, ACT 2600

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Climate change resilience: myth or reality?

Climate change is a risk to a range of sectors, industries and ecosystems around Australia. Climate change impacts and risks therefore need to be considered in environmental policy development and in managing key government assets and World Heritage Areas. But what exactly is climate change? What drives Australia’s climate? How will our climate change into the future? And how does this relate to your policy area?

The Earth Systems and Climate Change Hub of the National Environmental Science Program invites climate change and environmental policy makers and professionals to join climate change scientists from across the Hub's partner organisations to share expertise and knowledge and to build connections.

The roadshow will consist of six themes across two days. Come by for the full event, a day or even an hour.

A draft full agenda can be found here.

Day 1 - Monday 23 September

Theme 1: Climate change science for policy makers

Theme 2: Tools for the job

Theme 3: Climate change science in action

Day 2 - Tuesday 24 September

Theme 4: Ask a climate scientist panel discussion

Theme 5: Indigenous perspectives: learnings from a national Indigenous climate change dialogue

Theme 6: Science-policy round table discussions

Please register for the days and/or sessions you would like to attend.

If you have any enquiries, please contact us at info@nespclimate.com.au.

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