We are now living in a changing climate. With no meaningful government or global action in sight, our lives are increasingly framed by uncertainty and growing inequality. Changing individual consumption and recycling habits alone do not address the impacts of climate change. Instead, systemic changes – institutional and structural changes – are required to ensure equity and liveability for diverse communities and households.
Former Greens leader Christine Milne chairs a panel of our experts on the systemic changes required to protect lives and livelihoods.
Distinguished Professor Rob White, Criminology
Dr Kate Booth, Human Geography
Dr Vishnu Prahalad, Physical Geography