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Wednesday, 11th September 2019

at the Museum of Sydney
cnr Bridge and Phillip Streets, Sydney
2pm until 4.30pm followed by light refreshments in the foyer.

Provisional Programme:

  • Prof Andy Pitman AO – Do climate models tell us about future extremes?
  • A/Prof Lisa Alexander – Using climate observations in actuarial assessments of risk
  • Dr Greg Holland – Projecting changes in tropical cyclone activity in a warmer world
  • Prof Seth Westra – Quantifying the impacts of climate change and variability on floods and drought
  • Dr Ryan Crompton – Assessing future natural catastrophe risk using NAT CAT models

At the conclusion of the presentations, there will be an interactive panel session including all of the above speakers.

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