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National Climate Emergency Summit Reset.21 Forum

Tuesday, 2 Feb
6:30 pmto8:00 pm

To build on the momentum generated at the 2020 Summit and help reconnect and reset our action after an unprecedented year, NCESummit is hosting a public forum series in February 2021.

Reset.21 is a public forum series designed to advance and accelerate nationwide mobilisations to address the climate emergency and support the restoration of a safe climate.

Drawing on insights and understandings from the recent pandemic emergency response, the forum series invites some of the world’s most contemporary thought leaders and climate practitioners to present the latest analysis and strategy insights.

Forum 1.
Matters of Facts
the Science of Getting It Right
How much do the scientific facts really matter in addressing the climate emergency? Do we already know enough to set the right goals and timeframes for action, and is the climate advocacy movement on the right track to achieve climate justice and global protection?

Featuring – Sir David King
Sir David King is a former Chief Scientific Adviser to the United Kingdom and Founder and Chair of the Centre for Climate Repair at the University of Cambridge.

Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick – Climate Scientist, UNSW Sydney
David Spratt – Research Director, Breakthrough NCCR
Moderated by Jo Chandler – Science Writer & Journalist

TUE 2 FEB 6:30 – 8:00 PM
the Capitol – RMIT University, Melbourne Australia

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