Join us at the Parramatta RSL for the national launch of The Australia Institute’s HeatWatch initiative and a preview of HeatWatch: Western Sydney.
Increasing extreme heat is one of the most urgent impacts of global warming. This groundbreaking Australia Institute initiative provides analysis of projections increasing extreme heat at specific locations across Australia. This launch will provide a preview of newly released research of HeatWatch projections and analysis for Western Sydney.
- Professor Lesley Hughes, Distinguished Professor of Biology and Pro Vice-Chancellor at Macquarie University and Climate Councillor
- Richie Merzian, Climate & Energy Program Director, The Australia Institute
- David Hill, Paramatta business leader, CEO, ARC Group
- Charles Casuscelli, CEO, Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC)
Previous locations have included Darwin, Rockhampton, Gladstone and Roma, all of which have drawn a great deal of media and community attention.
HeatWatch presents compelling research that can be of use to the local community to highlight the direct impacts of global warming on their communities to help build support for ambitious climate action.
FREE, but bookings essential.
Tuesday, November 27, 2018 at 6:30pm - 7:30pm
The Linden Room, Parramatta RSL
2 Macquarie St
Parramatta, NSW 2150
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