Climate change matters: the Australian context

Event Date: 1 March, 2022

An Expert Panel organised by the Centre for Marine Socioecology

Join our panel of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Lead Authors & climate experts as they discuss the new  IPCC ‘Impacts, Adaptation & Vulnerability’ report findings & what they mean for Australia.

This is a free in-person & online event to hear directly from IPCC Lead Authors and other climate experts.

Topics covered include:

• Setting the scene - key findings on the physical science of climate change (from Working Group I )
• Findings from the new Working Group II report:
- Climate change extremes & their impact on marine life
- Sensitivity of Antarctic ecosystems & consequent impacts on global systems
- Major changes in Australian & Tasmanian systems caused by climate change and extremes
- Approaches for achieving climate resilient development in Australia

Followed by an opportunity for Q&A.

When: 1st March from 7 to 9 pm.

If you would like to attend in-person please register here

If you would like to join online, please register here

Find the recording of the event here

Event Details
Tuesday 1st March 2022
Stanley Burbury Theatre, UTAS Sandy Bay Campus and online
University of TasmaniaInstitute of Marine and Antarctic StudiesCSIRO Department of the EnvironmentGEOS
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