Saturday 13 May 2023 2.30pm to 4.30pm
Join the Women’s Climate Congress, panel Dr Robert Glasser and Dr Janet Salisbury, along with A Chorus of Women to explore ways we can ensure that nurture of life in the natural world and care for the Earth are at the centre of every policy and government decision.
Special guest Hilary Waudhaugh, photographer and founder and creator of #everydayclimatecrisis Visual Petition
A fundraiser for Women’s Climate Congress – https://womensclimatecongress.com/
A generous and warming home-made Terroux style country afternoon tea will be served.
- Tickets $30 each
- Booking essential:
About the panellists
Dr Robert Glasser has over 30 years of experience as a practitioner, advocate and policymaker in the areas of climate change, sustainable development and disaster response.
Dr Janet Salisbury is the Founder of the Women’s Climate Congress. She has a background in medical research but in the early 1990s made a career change into science writing and communications. Through this work, she developed a strong interest in dialogue around contentious public policy issues. For the past 13 years, she has extended that interest, as well as the role of the arts in public discourse through her membership of A Chorus of Women.
About A Chorus of Women
For 20 years, A Chorus of Women has been singing up public wisdom, in Canberra and beyond, with original songs, major productions and civic conversations.
The Chorus gives voice to concerns of citizens, including peace, social justice and climate change, weaving integrity, compassion and respect for the Earth into Australian democracy. https://www.chorusofwomen.org/