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Dame Roma Mitchell Oration

Climate Change and Human Rights: Australia’s Next Big Challenge

Join Deputy Premier Hon. Dr Susan Close MP to explore how we can find a sustainable future together. This oration seeks to answer the many pressing climate change questions that are not aired in the mainstream. Will we let the last decades of our opportunity to make a difference slip through our fingers?

Orator: Hon. Dr Susan Close MP, Deputy Premier of South Australia, Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Minister for Defence and Space Industries, Minister for Climate, Environment and Water, Member for Port Adelaide.

Presented by the History Trust of South Australia.

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