To celebrate the career of retiring Co-director Professor Iain McCalman the Sydney Environment Institute launched an annual lecture aimed at highlighting early-career researchers who, like Iain McCalman, are working across disciplinary boundaries to impact both scholarship and public discourse.
The inaugural lecture was given by Dr Frances Flanagan, whose incredible talked titled, ‘Climate Change and the New Work Order’ explored how the workforce can (and must) become a site of social and ecological renewal.
00:41 Welcome to Country – Uncle Allen Madden
03:41 Introduction – David Schlosberg
18:41 Climate Change and the New Work Order (Keynote) – Frances Flanagan
1:04:55 Response – Iain McCalman
Dr Frances Flanagan (Keynote), University of Sydney Fellow
Professor Iain McCalman, Emeritus Professor of History and former Co-Director of the Sydney Environment Institute
Professor David Schlosberg (Chair), Sydney Environment Institute
This event was held at the University of Sydney on Wednesday 6 February, 2019.