COTA NSW’s November webinar promises to be a blockbuster which we hope will clarify and inform your thoughts on this crucial issue for Australia now and in the future.
We have an exciting panel of speakers for the event:
Clive Hamilton is the Professor of Public Ethics at Charles Sturt University and a member of the Board of the Climate Change Authority. He is the author of 18 books, and has been writing about climate change and climate policy for the past 20 years.
Rebecca Huntley is an author and researcher on social trends, and was the Director of the Mind and Mood Report for nearly nine years. She works closely with The Sunrise Movement on the Climate Compass project, and recently released How to Talk About Climate Change in a Way That Makes a Difference.
Emma Bacon is a passionate organiser, campaigner and activist, having worked across the union, global justice and environment movements for more than 10 years. She founded Sweltering Cities in 2019 – an organisation working with people affected by extreme heat to win more liveable, sustainable and equitable cities.
Peter Holding is a third-generation farmer in south east NSW, growing crops such as canola and wheat, as well as running sheep for wool. He works with Farmers for Climate Action and has extensive knowledge and first hand experience with the strategies farmers can use to manage and adapt to climate change.