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Understanding the interactions between climate and the natural environment
November 8 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Understanding the interactions between climate and the natural environment during a period of rapid change is key to developing better solutions.
Join Associate Professor Judy Fisher as she discusses key ideas, supported by the latest international science, on how to move forward as a community to improve outcomes for the natural world and people during a period of rapid change.
A rapid shift is occurring in how people are viewing, and desiring interactions with the natural environment. As people become more closely connected to the natural environment, it is important that our communications on its importance, and mechanisms to conserve and enhance its function, are presented to all.
Field data and science has identified the need to consider both climate change and biodiversity, in particular its loss, in an interconnected manner, while also considering positive influences of nature on society. Approaches, which consider climate alone have been shown to often have negative impacts on biodiversity.
If you are passionate about the natural environment and interested in climate change and its impacts on biodiversity then don’t miss the opportunity to hear first hand from Judy, an expert in the field Socio-Ecology.
Free event : 8 November 2023 6 -8pm
Proudly organised by the City of Armadale, event held at the Main Administration Building – Function Room – 7 Orchard Avenue, Armadale
Registrations essential. For further details contact the City of Armadale – Environmental Services on 9394 5000