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A series of talks on sustainability at St Paul's Beaconsfield by renowned professionals in sustainability & policy
Due to COVID-19 this series of talks is now being held online via ZOOM. You are most welcome to join new sessions each week or view previous sessions. See details below.
LATEST VIDEO
Vanessa Rauland & Julian Illich
Two Fremantle entrepreneurs who are helping to create a more sustainable next economy.
Vanessa is the CEO of Climate Clever and will feature shortly in a new ABC TV series using her software that helps us understand how much energy and water we consume that creates greenhouse gas. The App is being used in schools and homes along with lots of ideas on how to reduce carbon emissions.
Julian is an engineer who has created in Fremantle a wonderful electric bike that solves many problems which will enable them to become very popular.
What makes these people create such diamonds? Can their hope help lead us out of the climate apocalypse?
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HOPE 1

Peter Newman AO
Professor of Sustainability & IPCC Lead Author
Hope in the Global Climate Debate & How Bhutan is Showing The World

HOPE 2

FIONA STANLEY AC FAA Distinguished Research Professor, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, Paediatrics UWA
Reflections on the Pandemic and the Coming Global Depression and Where Do We Go From Here.
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HOPE 3

Reconciliation Week
Christabel Chamarette and Peter Dowding
Indigenous Reconciliation
Can We Make a Difference?
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HOPE 4

Brad Pettitt, Mayor of Fremantle & Josh Wilson, Federal Member for Fremantle
How do we make things change? What is needed to make things happen from the inside of politics? What is the agenda now?
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HOPE 5

A Life Withour Fossil Fuels - How Do We Make Change Happen?
Dr Josh Byrne - Gardening Australia & Curtin Researcher - How WA is Showing How to Save Energy & Water in Homes
Dr Jemma Green - Founder of Powerledger - How WA is Showing the World. How to Share Solar.
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HOPE 6

Thursday 25th June
Vanessa Rauland & Julian Illich
Two Fremantle entrepreneurs who are helping to create a more sustainable next economy.
What makes these people create such diamonds? Can their hope help lead us out of the climate apocalypse?
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HOPE 7

Thursday 9th July
Sharni Graham, CEO of Eco-Burbia
A Fremantle company that works with communities to show how they can create local community-based food growing and community-based creative activities that make us more oriented to our local places.
Can all the positive local things that accelerated in the Covid shutdow be encouraged to grow and become more permanent?

HOPE 8

Details TBA