Welcome to the anthropocene

An introduction to sustainability and climate science with special guest Aaron Tuckey, Postgraduate Researcher, Stockholm Resilience Centre Sweden.

The Anthropocene ("anthropo" meaning human) is a term used to define the most recent geologic time period in which humans strongly influence our planet and many of its processes.

Join us for two evenings of interactive discussions regarding what consequences this has for sustainability and the climate, what we are currently doing about it and what more can be done. This is an introductory series, so no prior knowledge is necessary.

The talks are sequential so you are encouraged to attend both events. However, if you can't attend the first event, there is no problem in only attending the second event.

About the presenter:

Originally from Mandurah, Aaron is currently completing postgraduate studies in sustainability science in Sweden. He also works as a researcher at the Climate Change Leadership Node and teaching assistant in sustainability at Uppsala University, Sweden.

Event Details

Event Date:
Wednesday 13th February, 2019

5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Tuckey Room, City of Mandurah


Registration information:

Register online

Additional information:

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