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South Australian Climate Change Adaptation Showcase
29 January 2013
UCL Australia is proud to be a sponsor of the South Australian Climate Change Adaptation Showcase, to be held on 14 March 2013 at Pavillion on the Park, South Terrace, Adelaide.
This event will highlight the latest in climate science research and showcase what practitioners from around the State are doing to prepare for the impacts of climate change. Speakers will include the Hon Ian Hunter, MLC (Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation), Professor Don Bursill (Chief Scientist of South Australia), Adam Gray (Local Government Association of South Australia), and keynote speaker Darren Ray (Head of the South Australian section of the Bureau of Meteorology). For more information, please see the full program here.
For more information on South Australia’s strategy for adapting to climate change, please see the framework document here.