BREAKOUT SESSION

Day 1

3:20PM – 4:30PM
CONDELL l LEVEL 1

BEYOND THE DECLARATIONS

SHIFTING GEARS INTO EMERGENCY MODE

An emergency approach is a mode of response we commonly use for protection in times of crisis. How could ‘emergency mode’ launch governments into action, and what could this roll-out look like at the local, state and national levels to restore a safe climate?

Philip Sutton Strategy Analyst, Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration
Dominique La Fontaine Executive Officer South East Councils Climate Change Alliance
Adrian Whitehead – Council Action in the Climate Emergency
Alia Armistead Research Assistant at RMIT University and Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration



SESSION

SPEAKERS

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Philip

Sutton

“Getting into emergency mode, rapidly, is the central challenge for the climate movement and for all those who understand what we are facing.”
STRATEGY & RESEARCH

Philip Sutton


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Dominique

La Fontaine

ENERGY & STRATEGY

Dominique La Fontaine


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Adrian

Whitehead

“Once we start reaching out to the ethnic groups and the churches, through volunteers from the community working hand in hand with council to get a combined approach, the climate emergency message will be unstoppable”
SOCIAL CHANGE & ACTIVISM

Adrian Whitehead


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Alia

Armistead

“There is no silver bullet for tackling climate change. A multifaceted approach for reversing global warming and returning to safe climate conditions is fundamental in order to seek maximum protection for all people and species.“
RESEARCH & ANALYSIS

Alia Armistead


Miriam

Lyons

RESEARCH & ANALYSIS

Miriam Lyons