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Practical Climate Solutions

Where
15 Broadway
Ultimo NSW 2007
Australia
UTS Great Hall, Level 5
When

Friday 17 May from 3:30pm to 5pm

Six problems. Six solutions.

What does resilience look like for natural disaster-prone communities? How can they rebuild and adapt to a changing environment to future-proof from further destruction? What sustainable materials should we be investing in to support circular economies?-

With a growing population, the need for housing, and ambitious zero-carbon emission targets, how do we satisfy two opposing needs and demands? What role does community outreach and engagement play in the larger picture of climate action and proactive grassroots solutions?

Hear from leading UTS experts and industry practitioners who are tackling these ever-pressing problems with creative, practical solutions. These experts will discuss solutions related to rethinking disaster recovery, new materials to drive a circular economy, climate-adapted businesses, as well as ways our cultural institutions are addressing the climate crisis.

Speakers

  1. Professor Elizabeth Mossop, Creative Industries Strategic Lead and Academic Director, Northern Rivings Living Lab, UTS

  2. Associate Professor Stefan Lie, Co-Director, Material Ecologies Design Lab, UTS

  3. Dr Mona Mashhadi Rajabi, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Centre for Climate Risk and Resilience, UTS Business School

  4. Dr Unnikrishnan Kuzhiumparambil, Senior Research Fellow, Climate Change Cluster (C3), UTS

  5. Dr Jenny Newell, Curator for Climate Change, Climate Solutions Centre, Australian Museum

  6. Carmel Reyes, Climate Action and Sustainability Manager, Powerhouse 

Sam Kernaghan, Director of Resilience at the Committee for Sydney will join this discussion to offer a response to the climate solutions discussed.

Following this session, join us for networking from 5-6 pm.

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