Climate Adaptation 2023 begins

July 25, 2023
Today is the first day of Climate Adaptation 2023. For those joining us in Adelaide we look forward to welcoming you at the Adelaide Convention centre for Australia’s pre-eminent conference focused exclusively on climate vulnerability, impacts and adaptation. You’ll see hub speakers across the 3-day program presenting on a range of topics.
Come and speak to our experts at the Climate Systems Hub booth:

Tuesday, 25 July
12pm – CSIRO Chief Research Scientist Dr. Pep Canadell on Carbon emissions and our climate future
3pm – CSIRO’s Claire Mason on Climate-effective management for threatened species and protected places

Wednesday, 26 July
1pm- University of New South Wales Climate Change Research Centre Professor Jason Evans on Changing climate extremes
1pm – Climate Systems Hub Senior Indigenous Facilitator Rowena Bullio on Bringing together traditional and western knowledge
3.15pm – Climate Systems Hub Knowledge Broker Ramona Dalla Pozza on Co-design and collaboration

Thursday, 27 July
12.30pm – CSIRO nearshore modeller Dr. Julian O’Grady on Sea Level Rise: Using CANUTE to understand our changing coasts
12.30pm –  Dr. Ailie Gallant, Associate Professor in the School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment at Monash University on Australia’s droughts: from flash droughts to long term drying across Australia.


Tonight Adaptfest brings together filmmakers to showcase perspectives, people and places on the frontline of adaptation. These short films highlight a diverse range of adaptation activities going on across Australia.

Join us at 5:30 after the day’s final sessions to learn from this selection of short films. Catering provided.

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