Bridging the gap between science and politics

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***** Bridging the gap between science and politics*****

Garry Ellem, Safe Climate Australia researcher: Is it too late for incremental change? What the science says about how far away the tipping points for catastrophic climate change are, and how fast we need to move to zero emissions and beyond

David Spratt, Climate Code Red: Disasters & climate impacts: 4*C warming this century? Implications – planet & campaigns

Lefki Pavlidis, environmental scientist –  World PreservationFoundation: The short term impacts of Methane & black carbon -greater than CO2. Should we focus more on food choices & land use?

About Giselle Wilkinson - 4allsentientbeings

Environmental conservation, community and cooperatives have been enduring threads in my life. Promoting sustainable lifestyles and more lately, focussing on restoring a Safe Climate, is work expressed predominantly through organisations such as The Sustainable Living Foundation (which I co-founded in 1999 - current President) and the others listed as links below. I am some way into a professional doctorate with MIECAT on "Mobilising Whole Communities to Restore a Sustainable Environment" and have in recent years moved into MURUNDAKA – a (more) sustainable, (more) affordable co-housing community / housing cooperative in Heidelberg, Melbourne (for which I gave up my co-op house of 19 years including veggie garden and small orchard) and it's great. I'm also a mum of two grown up daughters and have five step children.
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