Taking Climate Action - Q&A Panel

  • Sustainability

23 March 2022


10am-12pm MYT / 12pm - 2pm AEST / 1pm - 3pm AEDT


Online or the Australian High Commission, Kuala Lumpur.

Climate change has been heralded as one of the most significant and complex challenges of the 21st century. More and more communities globally are experiencing the effects of climate change and are concerned about challenges spanning rising sea levels to increasing severity and frequency of natural disasters and more. Some communities have started tackling plastic pollution, managing retreats from coastal developments, introducing carbon credits, or taking other actions.

What are communities across Malaysia and Australia already doing? Where do we need to rapidly progress change? And how can we involve communities in proactive climate action that is just, fair, and doesn’t leave people behind?

Join us for this important Young Entrepreneurs & Leaders Speaker Series Q&A panel, showcasing, inspiring, connecting and celebrating young entrepreneurs and leaders making a difference to their societies. 

Speakers include:

Linh Do – Director, Leaders for Global Sustainability, University of Melbourne and Director of National Partnerships, Climate Catalyst.

Varsha Yajman – Organiser, School Strike for Climate and the Australian Youth Climate Coalition.

Justine Vaz – General Manager, The Habitat Foundation.

Aidil Iman bin Aidid – Founder, Kolektif Iklim.

Attendance is either online or in person at the Australian High Commission, Kuala Lumpur. Select the ticket for the type of attendance you prefer.

In-person events limited to 2 per person in the Young Entrepreneurs & Leaders Speaker Series.

Online events open to all, no limit on number of events attended.

This event will be recorded and livestreamed – register now at youthspeakerseries.com.au