Date and time: Tuesday 26 March, 6.30pm - 7.45pm
Venue: F23 Auditorium, Eastern Avenue, F23
In celebration of Earth Hour, explore key environmental concerns with three of our global researchers, as they share insights into their work and discover what they think the future holds for our planet.
Our current students will have hands on activities and displays to engage with following the panel presentations.
Associate Professor Glenn Albrecht
Presenting - Solastalgia as Loss of Sense of Place.
Associate Professor Eleanor Bruce
Presenting - Earth observation and environmental livelihood security: viewing the human "light print" from space.
Dr Jeffery Neilson
Presenting - Rethinking sustainable livelihoods in the developing world is necessary to address global environmental challenges.
This event is free and open to all but online registration is essential.
Simply click the link Beyong Earth Hour: Ensuring our planet's future
Entry to ticket holders will be prioritised and given first in, best dressed basis until the room reaches capacity. If an event is full, this may result in standing room or deplayed admittance until an appropriate time.
We recommend early arrival to allow time for finding the venue and securing a seat at the event. Doors open 15 minutes before the advertised start time.
If you could not register but would like to attend, you are welcome to join a stand-by queue on the night as seats may become available due to late cancellations. Please note, this is not guaranteed so you come at risk of non-admittance.
This event takes place in the F23 Auditorium at the City Road entrance to Camperdown campus. There will be directional signage on the day leading to the venue. You may also refer to the map on this webpage.
The closest stop is at City Road. It is a 2 minute walk to the venue. Use the campus map to locate a bus stop.
While there is some parking available on campus and surrounding streets, there is no dedicated parking at this venue and spaces are limited so we suggest using public transport when ever possible. Use the campus map to locate parking and access areas.