Tag: NCES2020

Stand up Leadership: Climate Politics in the Age of Emergency #NCES2020

“What might a leader do?… 1) Bipartisan declaration of a climate emergency 2) Create a department aligned to treasury, similar to post war recovery 3) Weekly war cabinet chaired by PM to rapidly transition to green economy.“ Peter GarrettMusician, activist, politician “If there’s one thing I’ve learned it’s that MPs care about votes and keeping

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What’s the Emergency? The New Climate Reality Check #NCES2020

“The IPCC is very conservative and overstating how much carbon we have left to burn… Their reports are the lowest common denominator of what thousands of scientists are able to agree upon… If anything, we have erred on the side of under(estimating)… the rate and the magnitude of the changes” Dr. Michael E. MannDirector, Earth

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NCES2020 – The National Climate Emergency Summit 2020

The inaugural Australian National Climate Emergency Summit, NCES2020, was held in Melbourne over two days in February 2020. 100 presenters shared their thoughts in 28 sessions with over 2000 attendees, with many others watching the sold-out event at overflow venues or online. Recordings of the sessions are available free via https://www.climateemergencysummit.org/recordings. Welcome to Country –

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Stand up Leadership: Climate Politics in the Age of Emergency #NCES2020

“What might a leader do?… 1) Bipartisan declaration of a climate emergency 2) Create a department aligned to treasury, similar to post war recovery 3) Weekly war cabinet chaired by PM to rapidly transition to green economy.“ Peter GarrettMusician, activist, politician “If there’s one thing I’ve learned it’s that MPs care about votes and keeping

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What’s the Emergency? The New Climate Reality Check #NCES2020

“The IPCC is very conservative and overstating how much carbon we have left to burn… Their reports are the lowest common denominator of what thousands of scientists are able to agree upon… If anything, we have erred on the side of under(estimating)… the rate and the magnitude of the changes” Dr. Michael E. MannDirector, Earth

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NCES2020 – The National Climate Emergency Summit 2020

The inaugural Australian National Climate Emergency Summit, NCES2020, was held in Melbourne over two days in February 2020. 100 presenters shared their thoughts in 28 sessions with over 2000 attendees, with many others watching the sold-out event at overflow venues or online. Recordings of the sessions are available free via https://www.climateemergencysummit.org/recordings. Welcome to Country –

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