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  • Other speakers, stalls and entertainment: Music and Food Australian Youth Climate Coalition (AYCC) on campus Macquarie University Student Sustainability Network Macquarie University (re)Generation Project Places You Love The Wilderness Society Local high schools and community groups

    Other speakers, stalls and entertainment: Music and Food Australian Youth Climate Coalition (AYCC) on campus Macquarie University Student Sustainability Network Macquarie University (re)Generation Project Places You Love The Wilderness Society Local high schools and community groups

    Don’t miss your chance to develop an understanding of the real state of nature in NSW, Australia and beyond as Michael Roache from Places You Love, an alliance of 42 of the biggest conservation organisations in Australia, talks us through the findings of its recent innovative research report.

    Michael will be joined by Prof. Lesley Hughes, winner of the 2014 Eureka Prize for Promoting Understanding of Australian Science Research, and a host of Macquarie University staff and students, local high school students and others from the wider community, who will showcase how they are contributing towards a sustainable future, and why Macquarie University is setting the standard as the university of choice for environment-conscious students.

    Don’t miss your chance to develop an understanding of the real state of nature in NSW, Australia and beyond as Michael Roache from Places You Love, an alliance of 42 of the biggest conservation organisations in Australia, talks us through the findings of its recent innovative research report.

    Michael will be joined by Prof. Lesley Hughes, winner of the 2014 Eureka Prize for Promoting Understanding of Australian Science Research, and a host of Macquarie University staff and students, local high school students and others from the wider community, who will showcase how they are contributing towards a sustainable future, and why Macquarie University is setting the standard as the university of choice for environment-conscious students.

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