CEN Victorian climate action eUpdate

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CEN Victorian climate action eUpdate #1 (11 September 2008)


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[edit] EVENTS

[edit] Climate Emergency Network general meeting

  • 1.15pm Saturday 13 September, Abbotsford Convent, 1 St Heliers Str, Abbotsford

includes 3.30 - 5pm: Forum on organising at the local level and with local government

  • All welcome. Info: c4healesville@netspace.net.au

[edit] Frankston Climate Climate Change Action Group

  • 2pm Saturday 13 September, Frankston Library. All welcome.
  • Info: Jason Clarke: jasonclarke_bb@yahoo.com.au

[edit] Hepburn Renewable Energy Association Sustainable Sunday Forum

  • 1 - 4pm, Sunday 14 September, Daylesford Town Hall
  • Showcasing local initiatives, an opportunity for everyone to contribute their experience, hear

new ideas, develop pathways for participation, exploring topics as diverse as alternative health and green building.

  • Info: Anneke: ad_lc@bigpond.net.au

[edit] 'Climate Change- how should we address it?' -a small group discussion

[edit] Otway Ranges Climate Action general meeting

[edit] Engineers Without Borders forum on climate change

  • 6.45 - 9.30 pm,Thursday 18 September, Prince Phillip Theatre, Architecture Building (bldg 133), Parkville

with David Karoly, Craig Cliton and Tim Forcey

[edit] Get Climate Wise: Carbon Emissions Trading forum

  • 7pm Tursday 18 September, Manningham Council Chambers 699 Doncaster Rd, Doncaster

with Alan Pears and Damien Lawson

  • Info: Bill Pemberton 9840 9406

[edit] Climate criminals tour protest with host Rod Quantock

  • 4pm Friday 19 September at ExxonMobil , 12 Riverside Quay Southbank and

move through the city to BHP, finishing with speakers at Parliament House at 6pm.

[edit] Tim Flannery lecture on his forthcoming Quarterly Essay, 'Now or Never: A sustainable future for Australia'

  • 7pm Tuesday 23 September, Storey Hall, RMIT University, Swanston Street, Melbourne
  • Tickets: $20 general admission, $18 Dymocks Booklovers and Age subscribers.
  • Bookings: (03) 9660 8500 or email: levents@dymocks.com.au

[edit] Greens Public Meeting on climate change

  • 6.30pm Wednesday 24 September, with speaker David Spratt
  • Warrandyte Community Centre, Yarra Street, Warrandyte
  • Info: David Ellis (03) 9844 3292 davidellis9@bigpond.com

[edit] Tim Flannery lecture: Monash University 50th Anniversary Lecture Series

  • 6pm Thursday 25 September, BMW Edge, Federation Square, Flinders Street, Melbourne
  • Tickets: Free event, bookings essential on the Monash University website

[edit] 'Turning the Titanic - hope in a sea of change'- public forum and discussion on climate change

[edit] Brimbank Climate Action Network live blog climate change forum

[edit] Speakers training for supporters of Climate Emergency Network

  • from 4 October at 6:30 - 9:30pm, Collingwood Library, 115 Stanton St.

If you are interested in speaking to various groups about climate change but feel you would like some training in public speaking, a series of training courses is being run during 2008. There are still places available on the last course starting on 4 October and then running 11 Oct, 1 and 8 Nov.

  • Info: Razia: raziar@spin.net.au 03 9855 0829

[edit] Forum on community energy project

  • 14 October, Melbourne (more details soon)
  • Info: Consumer Utilities and Advocacy Centre 9639 7600 James.Henshall@cuac.org.au

[edit] Public Forum: Community Power-Climate Action in the Otways

  • 6.45 - 9pm Friday 17 October, Senior Citizen's Centre Whelan Street, Apollo Bay

with John Sherwood, David Shapero, and Scott Kinnear

[edit] Climate Emergency Network fundraiser

  • Sunday October 26 at 1pm in Alphington (near Fairfield)

to support financing a project 'Modelling a Safe Climate Economy for Victoria in 10 years'

  • More details soon

[edit] Walk against warming for renewable energy and a safe climate future

  • Saturday 15 November (more details soon)
  • Info: Environment Victoria 03 9341 8112, victoria.mckenziemcharg@envict.org.au


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Breaking the Ice: Will we be able to live on an ice-free Earth?

  • www.uts.edu.au/new/speaks/2008/August/2108.html


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