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TEDxCanberraCountdown: Flattening the Climate Curve

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· Stage
Rock up early with some dinner and your favourite beverage to enjoy 'Plan B?', a youth play performed at TEDxCanberraSalon 2019
· Networking
Networking (Pre-Show)
While we get the main stage ready, meet your fellow attendees in a round of virtual 'speed dating'
· Stage
Welcome to Country
Paul House, Ngambri Elder, will open tonight's event with a Welcome to Country
· Stage
Canberra youth Ashleigh Butler and Christonia Charlandy (TEDxCanberra) will open our event with introductions and housekeeping
· Stage
Talk by Sophia Hamblin Wang
Sophia is the Chief Operating Officer of Mineral Carbonation International, a youth leader and a sustainability advocate
· Stage
Short Film #1
· Stage
Youth Presentations
Our brilliant Canberra youth present their 5-minute pitches for solutions to the global climate crisis
Gemma Steele Isabelle Calder Philip Caisip Max Murphy
· Stage
Short Film #2
· Stage
Performance by Liv Li
Liv Li joins the TEDxCanberra stage with refreshing new music
· Sessions
Q&A with Youth Presenters
Get to know our youth presenters in these mini-Q&A sessions
· Stage
Talk by Bec Colvin
Bec is a social scientist and lecturer at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy
Bec Colvin
· Stage
Short Film #3
· Stage
TEDxCanberra is a labour of love. As the event finishes, Ashleigh and Christonia will share their reflections and a vote of thanks to all involved
· Stage
Poem by Oliver Jeffers (Post-Show/Outro Performance)
Oliver Jeffers' poem from TED 2020, 'Ode to Living on Earth', will take us out and keep us inspired
· Networking
Networking (Post-Show)
The show's over but the fun's just beginning. Mingle with your fellow attendees, swap ideas and get connected


Bec Colvin

Speaker 2

Max Murphy

Youth Speaker 3

Philip Caisip

Youth Speaker 3

Isabelle Calder

Youth Speaker 2

Gemma Steele

Youth Speaker 1

The event is over

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