Climate Resilience: How forward-looking organisations are taking action to mitigate the impact of climate change

Public Lecture
19 February 2013 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
South Bank Graduate Centre (S07), Room 1.23 South Bank campus, Griffith University

Climate change requires a new narrative. Professor Jeremy Williams argues that our primary concern now should not be whether climate change is human-induced, but what we are going to do about it in order that societies might protect themselves from the effects of climate change.

Jeremy is the Acting Director of APCSE, Director of the Asia Pacific Management Centre, and advisor to the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) in the area of online learning. A PhD economist with a special interest in sustainable development, Jeremy has published in a number of leading academic journals in this area, including Ecological Economics, and has taught graduate level courses in sustainable development at business schools in France, India, Singapore and Australia. He is a member of the International Society for Ecological Economics, and the Australia Institute.

More information

Speaker:
Professor Jeremy Williams
Enquiries:
Liesl Larsen
(07) 3735 3246
liesl.larsen@griffith.edu.au
http://www.griffith.edu.au/business-government/asia-pacific-centre-for-sustainable-enterprise/events/open-lecture-series
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Phone: 3735 3253
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