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The Learning for Sustainability Conference is an annual event that offers professional development and networking opportunities for early years, school, and community members interested in living and acting more sustainability.

Featuring a keynote address from Dr. Rebecca Huntley, the author of ‘How to Talk About Climate Change In A Way That Makes A Difference’, the day will motivate and inspire all who attend.

Join this event for a workshop, listen to a panel discuss local and global sustainability issues, and hear from education for sustainability providers.

This event has been heavily subsidised by EASL’s member councils to ensure it remains an accessible event for all educators within the region. CRT grants may be available upon application.

Ticket Options:

Full-day pass (keynote address, two workshops, and panel discussion): $35

Keynote address only: $20

Individual workshop: $20

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Dr. Rebecca Huntley is one of Australia’s foremost researchers on social trends. She is the author of numerous books including How to Talk About Climate Change in a Way that Makes a Difference (Murdoch Books, 2020). She currently runs an independent research and consultancy firm focussing on social justice issues, in particular climate change and the environment. She works closely with The Sunrise Movement on the Climate Compass Project as well as with many other climate and environment NGOs. She is the Chair of the Advisory Board of Australian Parents for Climate Action. Rebecca co-presented The Mick Dark Talk for The Future 2021 with Professor Tim Flannery on how we can address climate change in Australia. Rebecca has researched the social and political dimensions of food and cooking throughout her career and has published on these topics in books and articles. She has written and presented two episodes of RN’s Future Tense, on climate change and food and ageing and food.

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WHEN

Fri 25 / Feb 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM

Where

Zoom

Cost

FULL TICKET: $35

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