December 02, 2019
7pm - 8pm
Online on Zoom (Like Skype!) – Join with this link: https://acf.zoom.us/j/642737128
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Games postponed. Heat exhaustion. Poorer player performance. Younger players struggling in the hotter and more humid days. Less rainfall, harming pitch conditions. The cricket community is already feeling the effects of climate change.
But there is hope in action.
When sporting organisations speak out on the big issues, Australians listen! After all, sport is part of our national identity. And climate damage is a challenge the sporting community can help to fix.
On Monday 2 December at 7pm AEDT you’re invited to join two international guests who’ll call in from the UK:
And Monash University communications expert Stephanie Hall, to hear their insights about the impact of climate change on cricket.
We'll also share with you ACF’s plan to push Cricket Australia, the national governing body for amateur and professional cricket, to be a leader in climate action – and the role that you can play to make this happen.
Join the call with this link: https://acf.zoom.us/j/642737128
Note: This webinar is at 7pm AEDT. That's 6pm in Queensland, 6.30pm in South Australia, 5.30pm in Northern Territory and 4pm in Western Australia.