An Australian summer of devastating weather conditions, driven by climate change, has galvanised widespread community support for immediate action to reduce emissions and draw down carbon. And this now needs to happen against a backdrop of urgently adapting to the reality of hotter, longer summers and more intense and widespread bushfires.
But a whole generation of Australian innovators have been working on finding solutions to these challenges for years. Here's your chance to see what they've been up to.
The Sydney Climate Action Summit Expo, presented by the City of Sydney and C40 Cities, in partnership with The University of Sydney is a free opportunity, open to anyone, to find out more about what's happening at leading edge of innovation in climate tech.
Join us for a day that will be part expo, part science fair and 100% about sparking conversations across the full spectrum of responses to climate change.
If you're curious to get hands on and learn from the innovators drop by Lower Town Hall any time between 10am and 6pm on April 1 to have your questions answered:
Come to Lower Town Hall on April 1 any time between 10am and 6pm and you'll find a buzzing room of approachable innovators eager to share their knowledge, and a series of lightning talks and workshops (schedule to come) throughout the day.
You'll find a broad range of responses to climate change, but all united under the lofty aspiration of no less than saving life on earth as we know it.
You'll find other Australians who are "just getting on with it" and already taking real climate action.
And you'll find your tribe. See you there :)
WHEN: Wednesday April 1, 10am to 6pm
WHERE: Lower Town Hall, 483 George St, Sydney (Enter via Druitt St)
HOW MUCH: FREE
WHO: EVERYONE who cares about taking action on climate change