Wednesday May 25, 2022 from 7:30pm (AEST)



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Verity Morgan-Schmidt
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What does it mean to be a climate leader? What impact can your leadership have on climate adaptation and mitigation?

After a fantastic session on carbon accounting in March, we’re taking a step back from the paddock and looking at that all important dimension – PEOPLE. Specifically ourselves. How can we learn and grow and empower those around us to continually do the same? What does it look like to step forward as a climate leader from wherever you are in life?

Join us on Wednesday 25th May at 7:30pm AEST to explore these topics and more with our keynote speaker Dr Johanna Nalau (bio below) and your fellow alumni from across Australia.

Register below.

Guest Speaker

Dr Johanna Nalau

Our keynote speaker is Dr Johanna Nalau; an adaptation scientist with a PhD in climate change adaptation at Griffith University based on the Gold Coast, Australia. Johanna’s research is focused on understanding how, why and when people make decisions to adapt to climate change, and what role science can and should play in that process.

Johanna is a Lead Author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 6th Assessment report in Working Group II, an Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow (2019-2022), Managing Editor for the Journal of Climate Risk Management, and Science Committee Co-chair of the World Adaptation Science Program at United Nations and leads the Adaptation Science Research Theme at Cities Research Institute at Griffith University. In her own words; Johanna is an ‘incubator, connector and reflector’.

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