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AMOS: Living with Climate Change

This is an AMOS event to enable people to ask/submit any questions and concerns to a panel of experts in their fields. People are encouraged to submit any questions beforehand. The panel will be headed by Dr Kate Auty, ACT Commissioner for Sustainability and the Environment

When: Sunday, August 18 2019. 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM
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Where: China in the World Auditorium
Building 188, Fellows Lane, Australian National University, Acton, ACT, 2600
Topic: Energy and transport, Environment and nature, Health and medical
Cost: Free
Other: Wheelchair access

The Earth’s climate is warming. New temperature records are being set around the world on a regular basis. Severe weather events are becoming more severe and affecting more and more people. In Australia droughts are becoming longer and more severe and winter rainfall in southern Australia is decreasing. How can we adapt to live in this warmer world? What can we do to prepare ourselves for these changes? What impacts are these changes going to have on local, regional and global scales?

If you have queries and questions on how we need to adapt and live with climate change and the possible consequences, here is the chance to have a conversation with some of the leading scientists in their fields.

MC: Dr Kate Auty, ACT Commissioner for Sustainability and the Environment


  • Professor Jamie Pittock FSES, ANU (Adaptation)
  • Dr Liz Hanna, ANU Climate Change Institute (Health)
  • Emeritus Professor Janette Lindesay FSES, ANU (Climate)
  • Dr Annette Hirsch RSES, ANU (computer modelling)
  • Dr Matthew Colloff FSES, ANU (Water and MDB)
  • Dr Steven Crimp, ANU Climate Change Institute (Agriculture)

We welcome questions to be submitted beforehand. If you have a question please submit it online.

Contact details:

Clem Davis
Phone: 02 6125 3632
Mobile: 0421 250 733

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