Past events

Past events

17
Aug
2021

The IPCC’s latest assessment on climate change: what does it tell us? »

6pm 17 August 2021

Leading Australian climate scientists discuss the main findings of the latest report from the IPCC, and answer questions such as what does the report tell us we can expect from our climate in coming years?

17
Aug
2021

Regulating trade in a net-zero world »

12.30pm 17 August 2021

Countries with ambitious emissions reductions goals are increasingly eyeing trade-related climate policies to address leakage and competitiveness concerns.

30
Jul
2021

Climate change mitigation co-benefits in the Chinese power sector: How do wealthier and poorer regions differ? »

11am 30 July 2021

Join PhD Scholar Xueting Jiang as he discusses the question of how to measure the real co-benefits from emissions reductions, and whether disparity exists for this co-benefit in wealthier and poorer regions in the Chinese electricity sector.

20
Jul
2021

North America’s Heatwave - what happened, and how can we better prepare in future? »

12pm 20 July 2021

Climate, energy, and health specialists from Australia and North America discuss the North American heatwave.

13
Jul
2021

Distributed Energy Resources Laboratory launch event »

12pm 13 July 2021

Andrew Barr, Chief Minister for the ACT, will officially open a new facility at ANU, heralding in a new age in the energy transition.

22
Jun
2021

Disaster management leadership and policy making: a critical examination of communitarian and individualistic understandings of resilience and...

12.30pm 22 June 2021

Many policy makers today accept that climate change poses substantial risks to human and natural systems and that effective adaptation is essential.

18
Jun
2021

RCNNDA Workshop #4 - Health and Disasters: A Hypothetical Discussion »

10am 18 June 2021

Join one or more of our targeted online workshops to discuss how government, industry and society can go about the challenge of implementing the Commission’s wide-ranging recommendations.

17
Jun
2021

The status and next steps of event attribution in Climate Science »

1pm 17 June 2021

Extreme event attribution is a field of climate science rapidly growing in popularity, despite being relatively new. In event attribution studies, the anthropogenic climate signal of an observed extreme event is determined by comparing the frequency and/or magnitude of the event in factual and counterfactual climates.

09
Jun
2021

RCNNDA Workshop #3 - Civil/military cooperation in the new legal and policy environment »

1.30pm 9 June 2021

Join one or more of our targeted online workshops to discuss how government, industry and society can go about the challenge of implementing the Commission’s wide-ranging recommendations.

08
Jun
2021

Celebrating our oceans: From Australia to the Pacific to Antarctica »

6pm 8 June 2021

To celebrate World Oceans’ Day, join us to learn & discuss the challenges to the health of our oceans & what can be done to protect them.

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