Global Change and the Environment Program
UQ is leading the way with research in all areas of Global Change, and as we celebrate the past 100 years, find out what is making a positive difference and how you can influence the next 100 years
9.00 - 15.00
Location: Abel Smith Lecture Theatre (Building 23) [see map]
|Moreton Bay: Beautiful one day, rubbish bin the next||Dr Kathy Townsend||09.30 - 10.00|
|Biofuels - hype or hope?||Professor Lars K Nielsen||10.15 - 10.45|
|Reducing your plastic footprint||Professor Peter Halley||11.00 - 11.30|
|Renewable energy||Professor Max Lu||11.45 - 12.15|
|Health-e-Waterways: Online report cards||Professor Jane Hunter||12.30 - 13.00|
|Green business makes good business||Professor Andrew Griffiths||13.15 - 13.45|
|Meeting the changes of our rapidly changing world||Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg||14:00 - 14:30|
The Global Change Series forms part of The Courier-Mail CommUNIty talks program.
Coral Watch: Act now for the future of our reefs
Learn how to use the Coral Health Chart with virtual education tools and observe a fascinating slideshow on the increasingly important topic of climate change. Brilliant close-up images of colourful fish on canvas will be on display and available to purchase. Abel Smith Lecture Theatre.
|9.00 - 15:00|
Campus Nature Walks
Be taken on a guided tour to the UQ lakes, the rainforest boardwalk and the riverbank where you will learn more about the land and water management of the site, and experience the unique beauty of this riverside peninsula.
A morning and afternoon walk will take place and will depart from the Abel Smith Lecture Theatre.