Public meeting: Who's telling the truth about climate change & and who can we trust?

The media is full of claims and counter claims about the reality and impact of climate change.
Scientists, industry leaders and politicians all seem to be at loggerheads about what, if anything, needs to be done.

Meteorologist David Karoly talks with social psychologist Yoshihisa Kashima.

7:30pm (refreshments 7pm).
Manningham Function Centre, Level 1, Room 2, 699 Doncaster Rd, Doncaster.

Public meeting: Fukushima. The nuclear disaster & global health.

The nuclear disaster in Fukushima continues with wide and ongoing ramifications. An expert panel will review what happened and discuss the social, economic and political dynamics of the nuclear industry in Japan, including plutonium re-use, radiation exposures and risks, and the public health response.

Richard Tanter (Nautilus Institute),
Jim Falk (longtime antinuclear activist),
Tilman Ruff (ICAN chair).

11am (morning tea at 10:30am).

Nossal Institute, 4th floor Alan Gilbert Building, cnr Barry & Grattan Sts, Carlton.

Part of the Nossal Institute Seminar Series.

Public meeting: Ending the nuclear weapons era. Marking the 15th anniversary of them International Court of Justice's landmark ruling on the illegality of nuclear weapons.

Please join us for this free event focusing on the legal and humanitarian case for abolishing nuclear weapons.

Malcolm Fraser (former PM),
Junko Morimoto (author & Hiroshima survivor),
Tilman Ruff (ICAN chair),
Helen Durham (Red Cross legal expert),
Ramesh Thakur (ANU professor).

The Supper Room, Melbourne Town Hall.

Protest: High-end fashion, low-end ethics. Demand workers of liquidated knitwear company Blossom Road (who produced solely for high-end fashion firm Scanlan & Theodore) get their just entitlements.

Assemble Town Hall, Swanston St, City then march to Scanlan & Theodore, 285 Little Collins St, City


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