Riverina and South West Slopes climate update seminar in Young

Hilltops Council will be hosting a climate update seminar both online and in person at Town Hall.
Hilltops Council will be hosting a climate update seminar both online and in person at Town Hall.

Hilltops Council is inviting the public to attend the Riverina and South West Slopes Climate Update at the Young Town Hall on Wednesday, October 30.

Locals can either attend in person or jump online and watch the webinar through Zoom.

Guest speakers appearing at the event will be director of the Climate Change Institute at the Australian National University Professor Mark Howden and senior climatologist in the climate monitoring team at the Bureau of Meteorology Doctor Lynette Bettio who will appear and present via a Zoom webinar.

Riverina Local Land Services officer Michael Gooden will also be there in person.

"With a line-up of global expert guest speakers and question time, this is not to be missed if you have concerns about climate change and the impact of the ongoing drought," a Hilltops Council spokesperson said.

The event will be held at Young Town Hall on Boorowa Street or available to view online via Zoom on Wednesday, October 30 between 9am and 11am.

Anyone wishing to attend in person is asked to please RSVP to Hilltops Council by phoning 1300 HILLTOPS (1300 445 586).

Anyone wishing to watch the Webinar the ID is 171-093-975 and password is 911589.

The update is being presented by Hilltops Council in conjunction with the Bureau of Meteorology, Riverina Local Land Services and the Australian National University.

For more information contact Hilltops Council.