Contemplating 3 degrees with Engineers Without Borders

Join our speakers as they contemplate a 3 degree global temperature rise, and hear their vision for our world in the year 2100.

Alarmingly, current policies and commitments by the worlds major emitters will still result in a temperature rise of approximately 3 degrees by the end of this century.

So what does a 3 degree future mean for ourselves, our families, our communities, our infrastructure, our social and political systems?


David Hood AM

David Hood AM

David is a civil and environmental engineer with vast experience across major civil and military projects, professional development in emerging economies, senior management in both the public and private sectors and in education.

In December 2013, David was elected to the Board of Beyond Zero Emissions (BZE), and appointed Deputy Chairman. He is also a Queensland Councillor and Board Director of the Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF).

Dr Helen Redmond

Dr Helen Redmond

Helen is a rehabilitation medicine physician based in Sydney, and also volunteers for public health advocacy group Doctors for the Environment Australia (DEA).

For the last 11 years she has advocated for the protection of our health through care for the environment, raising awareness of the health impacts of fossil fuels and climate change to community and professional audiences, as well as to politicians and government.

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