Navigating Climate Change: managing change in an uncertain environment.

A Tasmanian Leaders Regional Networking Event

Discover how to lead your organisation, support your community, and take personal action in response to the profound impacts of climate change.

Join Professor Gretta Pecl and a distinguished panel of innovators and thought leaders as they delve into the challenges and opportunities presented by environmental shifts.

Panellists:
  • Professor Gretta Pecl (MC) Professor in Marine Ecology, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS), University of Tasmania
  • Andrew Brown – Director, Adaptive Cultures
  • Karen Grant – Counsellor, Karen Grant Outdoor Counselling
  • Carolyn Maxwell – Manager Environment, Hydro Tasmania
  • Dr Tomas Remenyi – Climate Scientist, Acclimatised
  • Steve Willing –  Facilitator and Coach, Growth in Mind
Why Attend?
  • Adaptation Strategies: Learn techniques to navigate unpredictable climate challenges.
  • Resilience and Sustainability: Explore change management strategies that ensure long-term resilience and sustainability for your organisation, community, and yourself.
  • Risk Management: Gain insights into effective risk management and strategic planning.
  • Innovation: Discover innovative approaches to thrive amidst environmental uncertainty.
  • Individual Action: Understand how your personal choices and leadership can drive positive change.
  • Community Benefits: Learn how community-focused initiatives can create collective resilience and shared prosperity.

Equip yourself with the knowledge and tools to help your organisation, community, and self to succeed in a rapidly changing world. This event provides invaluable perspectives on managing risks, seizing opportunities, and fostering a culture of sustainability and resilience.

Navigating Climate Change is a Tasmanian Leaders Regional Network event, proudly supported by Hydro Tasmania. Don’t miss this chance to prepare for a sustainable future, lead with confidence in an uncertain environment, and inspire collective action.

Secure your place today – bookings via Humanitix.
Tickets $35 General Admission. Concession rates are offered to Tasmanian Leaders alumni, members