As part of UNSW X National Science Week, the university presents Zero Carbon World, a discussion about the impact of climate change and why zero carbon emissions are necessary. Held in the Roundhouse at the University of NSW on Tuesday 27 July at 6.30pm, this is a discussion that must be heard.
The climate crisis is heading towards zero emissions. Is it happening fast enough to prevent an environmental disaster we cannot handle?
The UNSW presents, Zero Carbon World, a discussion about climate change. On at the Roundhouse, a panel of industry leaders, researchers and innovators discuss where we are at with the climate crisis.
Weather impacts everything humans do and climate change is causing changes that may not be reversible. However, industry leaders along with other experts say we are making progress. The innovations that are successful so far include: solar power, wind power, battery storage fields and hydrogen energy is on the horizon.
In this hour discussion, passionate experts Justine Jarvinen, Andy Pitman and former prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull will talk about climate issues in this live panel event. Come along to be a part of what will be a lively discussion and debate.
PARKING Western Campus carpark with entry off Day Avenue
Barker Street Carpark with entry through Gate 14 Botany Street Carpark with entry through Gate 11
The roundhouse is wheelchair accessible and it has an assisted listening loop.
This is a free event but please register on the Eventbrite page. This is a COVID-safe event and face masks are strongly recommended.
If you would like more information, visit the Centre for Ideas website.
Photos are courtesy of the Eventbrite page and The Centre for Ideas website.