March 21, 2021

Professor helps Beneath the Wisteria celebrate a decade of helping people understand the climate crisis

Professor helps Beneath the Wisteria celebrate a decade of helping people understand the climate crisis

The leader of the CSIRO's Earth Systems and Climate Change Hub, Professor David Karoly (pictured) was on his way, with his wife Susan, to a Rotary Conference at Wangaratta at which he would share the podium with Australia's Deputy Prime Minister, Mr Michael McCormack, and the Environment Minister, Ms Susan Ley when he stopped off in Shepparton to be a part of 10th-anniversary celebrations of the local climate crisis group, Beneath the Wisteria.

The celebrations were held in an outdoor space at the rear of The Milkbar, a new cafe for the city.

A small group of passionate people enjoyed the event, tea/coffee and eats, and after listening to Professor Karoly, spent about an hour talking with him and learning more about how the climate crisis is impacting Australia.

I urge you to listen to "Music for a Warming World".

 

 

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