22 February 2014, Canberra: Candlelight Vigil for Reza Barati

Garema Place, Canberra, Australia:

Candlelight Vigil for asylum seeker Reza Barati organised by Refugee Action Committee, Canberra –

  • John Minns – ANU academic, Refugee Action Committee.

 

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31 January 2014, Leard State Forest: Phil Spark

Leard State Forest, New South Wales, Australia:

  • Phil Spark – president, The Northern Inland Council for the Environment, ecologist, farmer.

 

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24 September 2013, Canberra: “Should public institutions divest from the fossil industry?” public forum – 350.org

Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly, Canberra, Australia:

350.org public forum, “Should public institutions divest from the fossil industry?”

  • Hosted by Shane Rattenbury – Greens Member of the Legislative Assembly
  • Introduced by Josh Creaser – 350.org
  • Facilitated by Genevieve Jacobs – ABC Radio
  • Dr Richard Denniss – The Australia Institute
  • Dr Peter Tait – National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, Australian National University
  • Dr Matthew Rimmer – Australian National University College of Law
  • Adam Verwey – Australian Ethical Investment
  • Tom Swann – Fossil Free ANU

 

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5 June 2013, Canberra: “Do the Maths” tour – 350.org

Australian National University, Canberra, Australia:

350.org “Do the Maths” tour of Bill McKibben –

  • Clive Hamilton –  professor of Public Ethics, Charles Sturt University; founder and former executive director, The Australia Institute; author, “Earth Masters: Playing God with the Climate”.
  • Bill McKibben – climate activist and author; founder, 350.org.

 

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27 – 29 April 2012, Sydney: Australia’s Climate Action Summit 2012

New South Wales Parliament House; University of Western Sydney, Parramatta Campus, Sydney, Australia:

Community Climate Network, Australia’s Climate Action Summit 2012 –

  • John Kaye –  New South Wales Member of Legislative Council, New South Wales Greens.
  • John Hewson –  former leader of the federal Liberal Party of Australia.
  • Ged Kearney –  President, Australian Council of Trade Unions.
  • Christine Milne –  Australian Senator, Tasmania; leader of Australian Greens.
  • John Hewson –  former leader of the federal Liberal Party of Australia.
  • Ged Kearney –  President, Australian Council of Trade Unions.
  • Christine Milne –  Australian Senator, Tasmania; leader of Australian Greens.
  • Ian Dunlop –  Chair, Safe Climate Australia; Director, Australia 21; Member, Club of Rome.
  • Belinda Fletcher –  Team Leader, Climate and Energy, Greenpeace Australia.

 

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13 – 15 March 2010, Canberra: Australia’s Climate Action Summit 2010

Australian National University, Canberra, Australia:

Community Climate Network, Australia’s Climate Action Summit 2010 –

  • David Karoly – School of Earth Sciences, University of Melbourne; doctorate in Meteorology, University of Reading; a lead author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Working Group 2.
  • Christine Milne – Australian Senator, Australian Greens.
  • Clive Spash – former Chief Executive Officers’ Science Leader, Sustainable Ecosystems Division, Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).
  • Bernard Keane – Canberra correspondent, Crikey online magazine.
  • Kate Lee –  Assistant Secretary, Australian Services Union NSW.

 

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31 January – 3 February 2009, Canberra: Australia’s Climate Action Summit 2009

 

Australian National University; outside Australian Parliament House; Aboriginal Tent Embassy, Canberra, Australia:

Community Climate Network, Australia’s Climate Action Summit 2009 –

  • John Hepburn – Climate Campaign Coordinator, Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
  • Clive Hamilton – Professor of Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, Charles Sturt University, author- “Scorcher: The Dirty Politics of Climate Change”.
  • Tony McMichael – Professor, National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, Australian National University.
  • Holly – climate activist.
  • Bob Brown – Australian Senator, Australian Greens.

 

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