|“An opinion is useless, what we need are more facts” – Tim Flannery
We’re coming to the end of another intense summer in Australia with record-breaking temperatures, heatwaves, bushfires and drought. Many people are left wondering if what we’ve seen this summer is normal, or if we’re already experiencing the impacts of climate change.
It’s an important time to discuss the state of the climate and get clear about the facts. So this Thursday Tim Flannery will be giving you a personal briefing on the latest climate science in a live online Q&A.
Date: Thursday 27th February
Time: 6.30pm AEDT
Where: Online at www.climatecouncil.org.au
RSVP: on Facebook and submit your question now
At its heart the Climate Council exists to provide independent information on the state of our climate. This summer we’ve released a series of reports about climate change impacts in Australia – this is your opportunity to get an up to date briefing on our latest findings. Participating in the Q&A is free and open to everyone.
RSVP to the event on Facebook to submit your questions.
You can also submit your questions by replying to this email or tweeting @climatecouncil with the hashtag #asktim during the broadcast.
This is what people said about our last live Q&A with the experts:
- It’s great to hear a rational discussion of the science and its implications without all of the politics. – Anne
- I got a lot out of Will Steffen’s simple responses to complex science questions – too often it’s assumed we should all be totally up to speed with what’s happening. – Adam
We hope you will join us on Thursday evening for what is sure to be a lively and informative Q&A.
See you there,
Climate Council CEO
P.S If you think your friends and networks would be interested in tuning in, head to the Facebook event and hit invite friends to tell them about it.