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The Circular Economy, Climate Change & Careers

  19-Oct-2021      10:00AM
Live Event
19
Oct

Enacted globally, we can close the Emissions Gap by combining the agendas of circular economy, climate mitigation and carbon drawdown to get us on a path to a below 2-degree world by 2032. At a grassroots level across NSW where and what are the projects working towards this? What projects can students and teachers do through the curriculum that align to the Circular Economy? And what are the career and training opportunities available after students leave school?

In this webinar presentation you will hear from;

 

  • Damon Gameau, Director of 2040
  • Samantha Cross, founder of Plastic Police
  • Saxon Wright, founder of HuskeeCup
  • Tim Baker, Circular Economy Lead, Go Circular

BROUGHT TO YOU BY: RIEP, NSW Department of Education


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  19-Oct-2021    10:00AM   + Google Calendar  + iCal Export

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Name: Walter Mansfield

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NSW Department of Education

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