Main Program | Climate Change in the Austral-Asian Region


 
 
28 Oct 2022 10:15 - 11:15
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Alang-Alang. Taman Baca @Festival Hub (Google Maps)
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Dramatic mountains, oceans, rivers, trees, and iconic wildlife are synonymous with Indonesia and the Austral-Asian region. But, we are all beginning to understand that our environment is changing and that climate change leads to devastating consequences. From bird-watching to climate reality and describing our planet, our speakers discuss how we are affected on a local and global level and how we can continue to work towards sustainable harmony between humanity and nature.

Gunung-gunung dramatis, lautan, sungai, pepohonan, dan satwa liar identik dengan Indonesia dan kawasan Austral-Asia. Namun, kita semua mulai memahami bahwa lingkungan kita berubah dan perubahan iklim membawa konsekuensi yang menghancurkan. Dari mengamati burung hingga realitas iklim dan mendeskripsikan planet ini, pembicara-pembicara kami akan membahas bagaimana kita terpengaruh di tingkat lokal dan global, serta bagaimana kita dapat terus bekerja menuju keharmonisan yang berlanjut antara manusia dan alam.

Featuring

Claire O’Rourke

Claire O’Rourke is an author, environmentalist, and activist. She has worked for two decades in the field of journalism, communications, and campaigns both in Australia and abroad. Her debut book, …


Darryl Jones

Darryl Jones is an Australian scientist, lecturer, and researcher based in Malaysia. His work is mostly focused on how people interact with nature, and his goal is to effectively communicate …


Tom Doig

Dr. Tom Doig writes non-fiction about disasters, the coal industry, and the climate crisis. Hazelwood, which was published by Penguin Random House in 2020, was a finalist for the 2020 …


Andhyta Firselly Utami (AFUTAMI)

Familiarly known as Afu, Andhyta F. Utami is an initiator of Think Policy, a community of young professionals with a mission to encourage cross-sector collaboration for more data-based and empathetic …



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