The Climate Change Network (CCN) is a network of staff and students at UNSW who are interested in connecting with others to address climate change. Our members come from various parts of the university. We hold regular events and activities throughout the year to share, discuss and plan ways to take action on climate change at the individual level, the workplace and community level, and even broader.
What We Do
The Climate Change Network is a supportive environment where everyone can contribute ideas and start initiatives with like-minded colleagues and students, and you can get involved at any stage. Events to date include networking and working-group formation events on topics such as Eco-Anxiety, and How to Declare a Climate Emergency. Eight of our members attended the Citizens' Climate Lobby Conference and lobby day in Canberra, and we also got involved in Green Impact on campus in 2019. We ran a discussion forum event on 'Communicating Climate Change,' and a student society on campus, the Marketing Society, ran a competition for who could come up with the most effective marketing campaign to promote climate action in 2019. More highlights below.
If you would like to get involved, sign up for all the details on upcoming events and initiatives. Send an email to email@example.com and we'll add you.
The Network is coordinated by a small group of staff from across the University. If you have any suggestions for the Network, ideas for events don't hesitate to contact one of the Network Coordinators below:
- Danya Luo, Administrative Officer, School of Marketing, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. Louise Fitzgerald, Learning and Teaching Advisor, School of Business, email@example.com
- Dr. Oliver Kunz, Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Photovoltaics and Renewable Energy Engineering, firstname.lastname@example.org