Join us for a fascinating introductory workshop that will help us understand and implement the groundbreaking concept of “Planetary Boundaries”.
In AELA’s new annual series, we’ll learn from world leading scientists, economists, lawyers and regenerative communities, about how Planetary Boundaries can help us understand the ecological limits of our world, and how to take action toward a more sustainable pathway for human societies.
From Doughnut Economics to downscaling action at the bioregional level, join us for an insightful journey into the meaning and practical application of 21st century Earth System Science and Planetary Boundaries.
** Emeritus Professor Ian Lowe, Griffith University – “Australia’s ecological limits”
** Professor Will Steffen, ANU and the Climate Council – “Introduction to Earth System science and Planetary Boundaries”
** Holger Hoffman – Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Germany – “Downscaling Planetary Boundaries for nations, organisations and communities”
** Katherine Trebeck, Wellbeing Economy Alliance, Scotland – “Planetary Boundaries & Doughnut Economics”
** Gethin Morgan – “Bioregions as the building blocks for living within our limits”
** Ross Williams, Future Dreaming and Bindal/Juru First Nations peoples “Indigenous Landscape Knowledge and Ecological Limits”
** Dr Michelle Maloney, Australian Earth Laws Alliance – “Bioregional governance and downscaling Planetary Boundaries – Greenprints”