We’re bringing you another special briefing on the latest report yet from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), to be released on April 4, 2022. Working Group III focuses on both reducing greenhouse emissions and greenhouse gas removal and looks at required actions across many different sectors using a multi-disciplinary approach across economics and social science, extending to issues such as governance and social responsibility.
Join us on Thursday the 12th of April at 2:30pm AEST as Professor Will Steffen and Climate Council CEO Amanda McKenzie break down the findings from the latest IPCC report, and what it means for Australian local governments and communities.
Councillor, Climate Council
Professor Will Steffen is a climate change expert and researcher at the Australian National University, Canberra. He is the author of numerous publications on climate science, including contributing as an author and reviewer to five IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) assessments and special reports between 2000 and 2018.
CEO, Climate Council
Amanda McKenzie is the CEO of the Climate Council of Australia and is one of the best known public commentators on the climate crisis in Australia. Previously, Amanda co-founded the Australian Youth Climate Coalition and has served on renewable energy expert panels for the Queensland and Northern Territory Governments. Amanda was the founding Chair of the Centre for Australian Progress and is a former Board Director at Plan International Australia and the Whitlam Institute. She holds an Honours degree in Law from Monash University and an Arts Degree from Melbourne University.