AUSTRALIA DECLARES

SHAPING AUSTRALIA’S
EMERGENCY RESPONSE

14-15 FEBRUARY 2020
BREAKOUT SESSION

Day 1

3:20PM – 4:30PM
CAPITOL THEATRE

BREAKING INTO THE MAINSTREAM

BROADCASTING IN THE EMERGENCY

As more climate related content begins to seep into our airwaves, screens, and social feeds, what messages are cutting through the noise and how can we turn up the volume to amplify emergency action?

Costa Georgiadis – TV Presenter & Educator
Damon Gamau – Film Director (2040 documentary)
Cate McQuillen – Television Producer & Writer (dirtgirlworld)

Moderated by Bernie Hobbs – Science Communicator & Journalist



SESSION

SPEAKERS

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Bernie

Hobbs

SCIENCE & MEDIA

Bernie Hobbs


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Damon

Gameau

“There’s such a push for change at the moment all around the world. There’s the kid’s climate strikes, people want to create a new version of the world we’re living in. So I think there’s a chance that we might get there“
SOCIAL CHANGE & COMMUNICATIONS

Damon Gameau


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Cate

McQuillen

“Children can get very upset by bad news stories about climate change – and they need to know there are little things they can do every day to make a difference. It helps them take control over their own futures”
MEDIA & ADVOCACY

Cate McQuillen


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Costa

Georgiadis

MEDIA & EDUCATION

Costa Georgiadis


Costa

Georgiadis

MEDIA & EDUCATION

Costa Georgiadis