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Community Event: Powerful forces threaten to undermine urgent action on the climate crisis. Can they be defeated?

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Powerful forces threaten to undermine urgent action on the climate crisis. Can they be defeated?

April 7 @ 2:00 pm 4:30 pm

A Community Forum with special guest Dr Mark Diesendorf, renewable energy and climate policy researcher at UNSW.

Join EcoNetwork and Renew Hunter Branch at our special forum to hear about climate change and how we can transition to a new civilisation that is ecologically sustainable, socially just, healthy and less militarised, with strategies and policies for avoiding the business-as-usual path to disaster.

There will also be representatives from four local volunteer groups who are contributing their time and expertise to save the environment and promote sustainable living in Port Stephens.

EcoNetwork comprises over 40 affiliated community groups, businesses and special interest groups in Port Stephens. It is itself affiliated with the Nature Conservation Council of NSW & with the NSW Better Planning Network.

Renew is a member-based non-profit organisation providing expert, independent advice and sustainable solutions to households, government, and industry across Australia. Renew’s Hunter Region branch is an affiliate of EcoNetwork. Read More.

Organised By:

EcoNetwork Port Stephens and Renew Hunter Region Branch

Web: View Organiser Website

Venue:

Tomaree Library and Community Centre

(7474+75J) 20 Town Centre Cct,
Salamander Bay, NSW 2317 Australia