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10 October 2018

Geoengineering

The Next Frontier of Climate Change Policy?

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The University of Tasmania is hosting a public panel & forum on potential geoengineering climate interventions and their and governance. It will involve leading local and visiting scientists, philosophers and community representatives.

Hosted by Australian Forum for Climate Intervention Law and Governance, and supported by the Faculty of Law, IMAS and the Climate Justice Network.

Tuesday, October 23, 2018
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM AEDT
University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay Campus

Find out more


10 February 2018

What Next?

Imagining a Different Future: Overcoming Barriers to Climate Justice involving more than 80 speakers and 125 participants has come to a close. In 2018, are focussing on uploading the video and audio recordings of talks from the conference to this website, contributing to a special edition of the University of Tasmania Law Review on climate justice, and thinking about the next steps, and events.  

Stay tuned for more.


01 february 2018

Imagining a Different Future

Overcoming Barriers to Climate Justice

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8-10 February 2018
Conference, Community Forum, Town Hall Talk, & Concert
University of Tasmania & partners, Hobart

Find out more and download the programme from our event page here.

Knowledge Hub

The videos and audio recordings from our events are uploaded to our Knowledge Hub as they become available.

Steve Vanderheiden - Town Hall Talk

More information on this talk

Has AnyBody Seen My Glacier

World premiere performance of a song cycle for soprano and string quartet by Tasmanian composer Owen Davies, with Helen Thomson, soprano, and the Pillinger String Quartet.

More climate music


External Resources

If you are interested in different aspects of climate justice, intergenerational justice, environmental justice, equity, ethics, transitional justice, law, you can learn more at these sources: