How to Talk About Climate Change is an interactive workshop, presented as a part of Conversation Starters 2019: Temperature Rising, a weekend of art, discussion and action.
Held on June 1 and 2 at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, this unique session will equip you with the tools and knowledge to give voice to the well-known, daunting issue of climate change.
In this engaging workshop, author and climate campaigner Anna Rose will help empower you to speak up on these issues and effectively use your power to help solve the climate crisis.
Uncover the dos and don'ts of climate change discussion and how to move people to take meaningful action and care about climate change. After the workshop, you will have the chance to stay connected with other workshop participants and put what you have learnt into practice.
Tickets are now on sale: Choose from 1 June, 11:30am - 1pm and 2 June, 10:30am - 12pm. Click here to secure your tickets. This event is recommended for ages 12 and up.
This event is recommended for ages 12 and up.
About the facilitator
Anna Rose is an author and climate campaigner who helps people use their time, talent and treasure to tackle climate change. At the moment she spends most of her time working with farmers, as strategic projects officer at Farmers for Climate Action. Previously, Anna ran Earth Hour with WWF-Australia and before that founded the Australian Youth Climate Coalition whilst she was at University.
Anna is author of the book Madlands: A Journey to Change the Mind of a Climate Sceptic and co-starred in the ABC documentary I Can Change Your Mind on Climate Change. She previously convened the Vice-Chancellor's course in Leadership & Influence at the Australian National University. She is a former Churchill Fellow, former Myer Foundation Innovation Fellow, and a recipient of the Sierra Club's Earthcare award for her services to international environmental protection. She was the Australian Geographic Society's Conservationist of the Year 2015 and was a finalist in the Australian of the Year Awards the same year. She is an advisory board member of the Australian Geographic Society, and a Director of the Aussie Farmers Foundation and the University of Queensland's Global Change Institute. She is a former Director of Solar Citizens and Green Music Australia. Anna is a Visiting Fellow at the ANU Climate Change Centre and an Associate of Melbourne University Sustainable Society Institute.