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Funder catch-ups

Tuesday 19 May 11:00 am to Monday 6 July 12:30 pm

Member catch-ups

Register for one or all events!
Register via email: vikki@aegn.org.au — Vikki will then send you a Zoom link.

This has been a world-shifting and catastrophic time for all of us. In these unusual times, as we collectively assess the short and long-term impacts the fires and COVID-19 are having and will have on our environment and communities, we want to help you stay connected with your peers. Following on from positive feedback received last week at our first COVID-19 community catch-up, we have decided to convene six catch-up sessions.

Join members for a fortnightly discussions to better facilitate environmental philanthropy during this COVID-19 period. These sessions are to collaborate and share information, including showcasing your actions and activities, sharing philanthropy news from around the globe, sharing advice for NGOs and updating you on policy and other issues.

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Fortnightly chat session from 11.00am to 12.30pm on the following dates:

Tuesday 21 April

Catch up launch

Tuesday 19 May

Safeguarding nature at scale

Tuesday 2 June

Climate-led economic recovery

Tuesday 16 June

Topic coming soon

Tuesday 30 June

Topic coming soon


Tuesday 2 June

Climate-led economic recovery

Decarbonisation Futures – Solutions, actions and benchmarks for a net zero emission Australia

ClimateWorks seminal report demonstrates that not only do we have the technology to keep global temperatures at 1.5 degrees of warming, there are multiple benefits for Australia in heading rapidly down the decarbonization path – energy prices, jobs, resilience, health and of course the longevity of the natural places that we cherish.

The key question is can we go all in to deploy these technologies across the board at the pace needed to stay within 1.5 degrees? And how does the COVID-19 crisis impact this?

Anna Skarbek, CEO of ClimateWorks Australia will present the key findings of Decarbonisation Futures and share her views on what is needed to see these adopted by Government.

Anna Rose is a member of the AEGN through the Rose Sheikh sub-fund. She is also a highly engaged and experienced climate activist.

Simon Holmes à Court is an AEGN board member and senior advisor to the Energy Transition Hub at the University of Melbourne.

Register for one or all events!
Register via email: vikki@aegn.org.au — Vikki will then send you a Zoom link.