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August 17th – The Beyond Crisis event kicks off today with over 37 presenters across 5 days of webinars

With Ancient Wisdom at the core, experts in climate science and community, addressing contemporary global challenges, providing a glimpse of the future beyond crisis with a focus on green recovery.

An unprecedented event since Covid19, “Beyond Crisis” – The Webinar Series is an exciting collaboration between community organisations, innovators, academia, the corporate sector and the Ancient Wisdom of First Nations people across the Pacific.

“What will our world look like post COVID, i.e. how do we move beyond crisis?” Presenters from across many sectors will be presenting their views and experience, answering your questions and inspiring us with what’s to come.

The COVID crisis has brought people together through a common challenge, no matter who you are; parents, carers, communities and businesses, along with the many enterprises, groups and networks working around the clock to create a positive and resilient world “beyond crisis”.

This event is not one but a series of webinars over 5 days, focused on analysing what is happening, understanding the huge challenges we are facing and sharing practical steps to creating resilient, vibrant communities and local economies “Beyond Crisis”.

This inaugural event will run from Monday 17th – Friday 21st if August with lunchtime and evening session. Full Program here – beyondcrisis.org.au

And a full list of our speakers, which can also be found here:

Will Steffen – Climate Council & Stockholm Resilience Centre – Emeritus Professor at the Australian National University (ANU)
Alex Verwey – Co-founder and managing director at Future Super, Australia’s first 100% fossil fuel free superannuation fund.
Mary Graham – Adjunct Associate Professor of Political Science at UQ and Kombumerri person
Kellie Caught – Australian Council of Social Services
Nora Bateson – Founder International Bateson Institute, Warm Data & People Need People
Ross Williams Janene – Future Dreaming
Janene Yazzie – Co-founder and CEO of Sixth World Solutions & The Watershed Planning organisation
Barry Palte – Chairman EQ Capital Partners. Health of People and Planet, Emeritus Chairman International Association of Investment Bankers.
Carol Anne Hilton – CEO and Founder of The Indigenomics Institute, recognized First Nation’s business leader in Canada and abroad
Yin Paradies – Alfred Deakin Professor and Chair of Race relations – Deakin University
Ian Lowe AO – Emeritus Professor, Griffith University & adjunct professor at Sunshine Coast University and Flinders University.
Natalie Isaacs – 1 Million Women Founder
Rebecca Scott OAM – Co-founder and CEO of STREAT
Alison Rowe – CEO Australian Energy Foundation
Victor Steffensen – FireSticks Alliance
Susan Moylan-Coombs – Gaimaragal Group & Facilitator of Voice for First Nations Peoples of Australia
Kado Muiri – Wati Goldfields Aboriginal cultural and community leader, Anthropologist & Archaeologist
John McKinnon (PhD) – McKinnon Foundation
Michelle Maloney (PhD) – Co-Founder and National Convenor of the Australian Earth Laws Alliance (AELA), Adjunct Senior Fellow, Law Futures Centre, Griffith University; and Director of the New Economy Network Australia (NENA) and Future Dreaming Australia
Tracey Cooper – President – The Valley Centre, Pingala & Sustainable Community Facilitation
April Crawford-Smith – Pingala, The Valley Centre & People Need People
Ruby Heard – Alinga Energy
Troyson Bassani – Indigenous Energy Australia
Tracey Benson (PhD) – Treecreate
Anne Devine – Founder and Executive Director of IR20 Impact Risk to Opportunity
Kirsten Larsen – Open Food Network
David Isaac – W Dusk Energy – President, W Dusk Group & Indigenous Futurist. Interim Executive Director, Centre for Native Policy and Research (SFU) Canada
Katherine McConnell – CEO & Founder Brighte Capital
Sophie Wood (PhD) – Partner – Environmental Management Resources Global
Jules Livingstone – Atrium Ideas
Peter Leunig – Philanthropy Consultant & Strategist
Beth Hill (PhD) – Climate Change, Culture, Resilient Vulnerability
Kate Nicolazzo – Climate Emergency Plans
Eddie Ma – Co-founder of Vigilanti, a strategic design practice helping the world’s most disadvantaged people through design, innovation & action
Ray Pratt – DICE Australia
Mark Williams – Donorcentricity
Tim Reuben – Voice of breakfast radio #1 breakfast show & media specialist at The Big Smoke.

Beyond Crisis: The Series is online from Monday 17th to Friday 21st August, using Zoom Conferencing Technology. The team of collaborating organizations includes – Australian Earth Laws Alliance, Future Dreaming, Pingala, The Valley Centre, the New Economy Network Australia – along with FireSticks Alliance, W Dusk Energy, Future Super, International Bateson Institute, DICE Australia, Australian Energy Foundation, Brighte Capital, Indigenous Energy Australia, Environmental Resource Management, Atrium Ideas, 1 Million Women, ACOSS, Earth Sciences, IR20, Alinga Energy,

Media Enquiries
Tracey Cooper – The Valley Centre 0423 914 427
April Crawford-Smith – Pingala 0423 561 643
Michelle Maloney – AELA – convenor@earthlaws.org.au

Registration Here
Facebook event here

July 21st – Beyond Crisis: The Series

What started as an idea to share and celebrate the work across the globe around resilience building, has quickly developed into an exciting collaboration between community organisations, innovators, academia, the corporate sector and the ancient wisdom of our First Nations people. Experts are now coming together with a wealth of resources from a diverse array of professionals in the fields of environmental policy, impact investment, sustainable technology, historical analysis and more.

A frequently asked question is “What will it look like after COVID, ie beyond crisis?” This needs to be critically analysed and discussed. However, so much work is already being done create positive systems change. What we are already seeing is extensive collaboration, innovation and pooling of resources across sectors, engaging people from all backgrounds and walks of life. The COVID crisis has brought people together through a common adversary no matter who you are; parents, carers, communities and businesses, along with the many enterprises, groups and networks working around the clock to create a positive and resilient world “beyond crisis”.

This event is not one but a series of webinars over 5 days from 17-21 August 2020, focused on analysing what is happening, understanding the huge challenges we are facing and sharing practical steps to creating resilient, vibrant communities and local economies “Beyond Crisis”.

Beyond Crisis: The Series is online from Monday 17th to Friday 21st August, using Zoom Conferencing Technology. The team of collaborating organizations includes – Australian Earth Laws Alliance, The Valley Centre, Future Dreaming, Pingala and the New Economy Network Australia – along with FireSticks Alliance, W Dusk Energy,  Future Super, International Bateson Institute, DICE Australia, Australian Energy Foundation, Brighte Capital, Indigenous Energy Australia, Environmental Resource Management, Atrium Ideas, 1 Million Women, ACOSS, Earth Sciences, IR20.

#beyondcrisisevent #greenrecovery #climate #future #renewables

Media Enquiries

Tracey Cooper – The Valley Centre 0423 914 427
April Crawford-Smith – Pingala 0423 561 643
Michelle MaloneyAELAconvenor@earthlaws.org.au