11 May 2020
Reasons for hope as resilience forum comes to Wagga Wagga
A GROUNDBREAKING NEW PROGRAM aimed at building resilience and hope in rural communities is connecting world-leading experts with Wagga Wagga tomorrow (12 May) at 8:45am.
Farmers for Climate Action, a group of farmers and rural leaders working to ensure farmers are a key part of the solution to climate change, are hosting a virtual Community Resilience forum for the Wagga community.
8:45am-11am, 12 May 2020
- Professor Mark Howden, director of the Australian National University’s Climate Change Institute
- Dr Rob Gordon, a clinical psychologist who has been working in the field of disaster recovery since Ash Wednesday in 1983.
- Denis Ginnivan, a grassroots political leader and foundation member of Voices for Indi.
- Wendy Cohen, CEO of Farmers for Climate Action
Anyone who is interested in joining this free, online forum can register their details at this website: https://farmersforclimateaction.org.au/wagga_2020_forum
Journalists interested in attending the forum or arranging an interview with the speakers can contact Lara Nicholson on 0431 050 768