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AUCKLAND

FRI 26 MAY, 2023

ASB THEATRE

SYDNEY

SUN 28 MAY, 2023

ENMORE THEATRE

BRISBANE

WED 31 MAY, 2023

THE TIVOLI

MELBOURNE

SAT 3 JUN, 2023

THE PLENARY, MCEC

VIRTUAL EVENT

SAT 3 JUN, 2023

LIVE STREAM

ONLINE MEET & GREET

SUN 4 JUN, 2023

ONLINE M&G

Clarity on Climate: Beyond Net Zero with Professor Michael Mann

It feels like we're on the right track - globally, we're taking meaningful actionto curb the causes and effects of man-made climate change, but will it be enough?

It feels like we're on the right track - globally, we're taking meaningful action to curb the causes and effects of man-made climate change, but will it be enough?

The general consensus is that we're well past the point of turning things around, and our future holds:

● Sea levels rising by up to 2.5m ,
● Global temperatures continuing to climb, and
● Longer, more intense weather events.

That's not to say it's all doom and gloom, though!

The state of play is one of optimism, with more people demanding change and governments heeding the call.

But in our scramble to make amends with the environment, we're not making the best decisions.

So much emphasis has been placed on reaching Net Zero, but it should be a milestone towards greater, more sustained change, not the ultimate goal.

This ecological posturing has clouded our planning...

Neither Australia or America have pledges consistent with keeping warming below the 1.5°C danger level.

Add to that the potential over-reliance on dubious measures (like untested carbon capture) and practices (including continued support for new fossil fuel infrastructure) and you start to see holes in their plans.

So then, what should we be doing? Professor Michael Mann has the answers.

Michael's work has been revolutionary in elevating our understanding of global temperatures historically, and where we might be headed next.

He pioneered the statistical work that led to the creation of the now-famous Hockey Stick Graph, authored more than 200 peer-reviewed publications, and has been awarded numerous commendations for his efforts. Currently, he's directing the University of Pennsylvania's new centre for Science, Sustainability & the Media.

At this live event, Michael will take you through what science says needs to be done, from high-level actions that global powers and corporations must adopt, to lower-level ones that we as individuals can work into our daily lives.

How we got here isn’t a mystery. Climate change was an inconvenient truth that every developed nation largely ignored until it was too late.

But, luckily, what we do from here is no mystery either.

Don't be disheartened - we're on the right track. Now it's about laying a path towards a better future. Come along to see what it looks like.

WHO IS MICHAEL MANN?

Michael's work has been revolutionary in elevating our understanding of global temperatures historically, and where we might be headed next.

He pioneered the statistical work that led to the creation of the now-famous Hockey Stick Graph, authored more than 200 peer-reviewed publications, and has been awarded numerous commendations for his efforts. Currently, he's directing the University of Pennsylvania's new centre for Science, Sustainability & the Media.

His best-selling books include:
- The New Climate War
- The Madhouse Effect, and
- The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars

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IN-PERSON TICKETS

If your idea of a fun night out is diving into what a climate-conscious future should look like, guided by one of the world’s leading experts, this is the show for you!

We design Think Inc. events to be high energy and as an experience to remember. Bring some mates, and make some new ones, as you delve into a brighter tomorrow with Professor Michael Mann.

THE MEET & GREET EXPERIENCE

- Meet Professor Michael Mann and ask him your burning questions.
- Have your photo taken with Professor Michael Mann, by a professional photographer.
- Watch the show from the best seats in the house (in front of A-Reserve).
- Enjoy a selection of food and drinks, on the house.
- Connect with like-minded people and make new friends.

ONLINE TICKETS

- Watch a live-streamed feed from the Melbourne show's studio cameras.
- Watch the show however and wherever you want.
- Get access to watch the show again for 24 hours after the event.

ONLINE MEET AND GREET SESSION

- Meet Professor Michael Mann and ask him your burning questions.
- Spend an hour talking to Professor Michael Mann and like-minded people.
- Connect with fellow space nerds and make new friends.

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