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NCSE Drawdown Conference 2021

Tuesday 5 Jan
- Saturday 9 Jan

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$150-200 AUD

Online

About this event

The National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) and Drawdown are bringing together their research partners and friends from across the globe to share and expand on the latest solutions to the world’s most pressing global challenges.

This joint virtual conference will explore (a) the physical effects of climate change and how these are linked to social institutions; and (b) how implementing climate solutions produces positive co-benefits to society, the economy, and the planet.

Explore the physical and social realities of a changing climate.
  • How are the pressures of extreme heat changing where people live and how they work?
  • How are water scarcity and rising temperatures altering our global food system?
  • How can we incorporate changing ecological systems into social and political institutions?
  • How is the pandemic amplifying the impact of environmental and social stressors? 

Speakers include Christiana Figueres, Sandra Postel, Michelle Wyman, Chad Frischmann, Jonathan Foley, Dan Kammen, Jamie Alexander, Amanda Ravenhill and more.

Conference official website: https://www.ncsedrawdown2021.org/

  • Conference
  • Information and Education
  • Business Ethics
  • Climate
  • Renewable Energy
  • Sustainable Communities
NOTE: All event information was accurate at the time of publishing, but we do not take any responsibility for losses or damages incurred due to incorrect information. Please follow the links to the original organisers for further details.

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