Climate solutions. Years 5–6 and 7–8

Duration: 30min
Fridays 11:30am–12pm, 11 March 2022–9 Dec 2023 Webinar Book Tickets

Live on Fridays, free and exclusively for schools, the Powerhouse presents a series of conversations with the innovators leading Australia’s response to climate change. Teachers and young people will be inspired and encouraged to think, puzzle and explore the projects of change-makers in the fields of marine ecology, landscape architecture, environmental engineering and climate law, among many other critical sectors involved in the climate challenge.

Broadcast live on ZOOM & YouTube on Fridays at 11.30am. Do your research, then submit questions at the time of booking. Webinars are part of the 100 Climate Conversations exhibition at Powerhouse Ultimo.

Please note, the availability of our interviewees may change at any time. We apologise if they cannot make it on the scheduled day.


01 APR Doctor Sebastian Pfaustch, ecologist and urban heat researcher.
22 APR Professor Veena Sahjwalla, researcher in renewables, sustainability and engineering.
Please note: This event is during School holidays and at 10:45am.
29 APR Grace Vegesana, climate and racial justice campaigner.
06 MAY Professor Lesley Hughes, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research Integrity and Development) at Macquarie University.
27 MAY Dr. Charlie Veron OAM. World coral expert, former director Australian Institute of Marine Science.
17 JUN Dr. Rebecca Huntley Social Researcher and author.
24 JUN Taryn Lane Manager Hepburn Wind Farm.
15 JUL Dr. Arnagretta Hunter. ACT Chair of Doctors for the Environment Australia and Climate and Health Alliance.

More dates and speakers will be added shortly.

This series of webinars has a useful Learning resource to prepare or unpack the content of the discussion. It is based on Harvard University’s Think Routines.


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