Join us on Wednesday the 25th of May at 3pm AEST as we hear about the Climate Council’s Climate Risk Map, which is an interactive map of climate vulnerable places in Australia.
We’ll also be hearing from Clare Danby who heads up Bellingen Shire Council’s Community Resilience Team, as she takes us through the journey of their program and lessons learned along the way in embedding resilience projects across council’s teams and processes.
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Campaigner, Climate Council
Nathan Hart is a campaigner and currently leading the ‘Urgency’ program at the Climate Council. He’s passionate about building power to solve the climate crisis and hold decision makers to account. He also has experience as a political advisor in state politics, where he won campaigns on drug law reform, active transport and strengthening the Environment Protection Authority. Before finding his passion for campaigning he worked for over a decade in the film and television industry as an assistant director, learning how narratives and stories impact social change. He holds a Bachelor of Communications with a major in Public Relations, a Diploma of Screen Production and is currently completing the Australian Progress Fellowship.
Community Resilience Coordinator at Bellingen Shire Council in NSW.
Clare Danby has worked with Bellingen Shire Council since 2020 when the community resilience program started following the 2019/2020 bushfires. Previously, she worked in international development across South East Asia, Africa and London for 20 years. During this time, she focused variously on disaster risk reduction, older people, children, public health and nutrition, and emergencies. Clare has a masters in public health from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, as well as qualifications in teaching and project management.