Facing the climate emergency. Registration closed.
Wednesday 19 February – 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Margaret Klein Salamon, PhD, is clinical psychologist turned climate activist and founder of The Climate Mobilization, which pioneered the internationally recognised Climate Emergency Declaration campaign.
In the face of unprecedented, catastrophic fires across Australia, Margaret will reflect on her soon to be released book Facing the Climate Emergency: How to Transform Yourself with Climate Truth.
Drawing on facts about the climate, psychological theory, the climate emergency movement and Margaret’s personal journey, this work serves as a guide to transform the deep pain and fear many of us feel in the face of the pending collapse of our natural world and civilisation into personal action to protect the future of humanity and the planet.
Margaret will also update us on the current state of climate policy and action in the US.
Please allow a few extra minutes for secure access.
The Preston Stanley room is located on level 7. You will see a registration table next to the security desk. Once you have registered (and are wearing your name tag) security can let you into the room.
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