CERES presents ‘Australia 2050’



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Schools please note: The Primary workshop (Grade 3–6) is from 9.30–10.15am; the Secondary workshop (Grade 7–10) is from 10.30–11.15am.

Engaging primary and secondary school students with two distinct workshops, the CERES Education team presents Australia 2050, a fun and fascinating survey-based exercise to teach students how lifestyle and population measures—and the decisions we all make in our everyday lives—can help to predict the future for the year 2050. Tracking the responses of students, the workshop investigates twelve future social and environmental scenarios and encourages students to think about how their decisions contribute to global warming and climate change. 

To book your students into this workshop, and for more information, please contact our program manager Jen Zielinska: 

This event is supported by Gandel Philanthropy.

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