Gas: Australia’s climate elephant and what philanthropy can do 

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Thursday 6 June
12.00pm to 1.00pm
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AEGN Hosted
Thursday 6 June 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Australia is already one of the world’s leading exporters of gas. Yet if our governments, companies and financial institutions get their way Australia will open up entire new gas basins right in the middle of the critical decade for climate action. Join us for a conversation to deepen your understanding of why gas is a real problem for Australia’s contribution to climate change, how philanthropy is making a difference and where the gaps are that need funding.  

Daisy Barham

AEGN Environmental Philanthropy Manager – Climate change

Daisy Barnam

Daisy leads AEGN’s Climate Change program. Prior to joining the AEGN, Daisy worked for over ten years with state and national organisations dedicated to protecting our natural world. 

Daisy held a range of roles where she has led a team of advocates, organisers and policy officers to take on the key threats to nature. Having worked for the Nature Conservation Council of New South Wales, 350 Australia and the Australian Marine Conservation Society, Daisy has experience working with a range of small to medium environmental organisations with local, state and national reach.