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Regenerating Australia

Where
Chauvel Cinemas
Chauvel Cinemas
Corner Oatley & Oxford Sts, Paddington NSW 2021
When

Thursday 18 August from 6:30pm to 7:30pm

What does healing mean to you? 

This year, UNSW Science challenges you to think deeply over National Science Week about what healing means in a variety of contexts: environmental, health and community, to name a few. To bring this to life, we will explore the theme of healing through the new film Regenerating Australia. 

Regenerating Australia is a 17-minute short film created by Damon Gameau that explores what Australia could look like at the end of this decade if we commit "to a fairer, cleaner, more community focused economy." 

Following the film screening, Professor Ben Newell will host a panel discussion with Professor Adriana Verges, Gamay Ranger Robert Cooley, Nicola Saltman from Stride Renewables and Rebecca Prince-Ruiz, Founder of Plastic Free July®. 

Please join us for this important event. Registrations essential.

Covid-safe information

Anyone can visit an entertainment facility or indoor and outdoor recreation facilities. 

  • Visitors and staff are not required to be fully vaccinated or carry vaccination evidence.

  • COVID-19 Safe Check-in is not required.

  • Face masks are not required.

Retail and businesses are no longer required to have a Safety Plan.

Optional COVID-19 Safety Plans are available to help best keep a safe environment for staff and customers.

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