Join The University of Queensland (UQ) at a panel discussion in Longreach on the topic of climate variability and the impact of extreme weather events on the local economy.

Featuring local community leaders and academics from UQ, this panel discussion and Q&A session will highlight individual perspectives on the effects of climate variability through the lenses of water security, taxation and tourism.

Hosted by Professor Deborah Terry AC, Vice-Chancellor and President, UQ, the event is being held in partnership with Longreach Regional Council, and the Remote Area Planning and Development Board, as part of our 2023 UQ Regional Roadshow.

  • Councillor Tony Raynor, Mayor, Longreach Regional Council
  • Mr Peter Whip, Managing Director, PRW Agribusiness
  • Dr Thea Voogt, Senior Lecturer and Director of Business Law, Faculty of Business, Economics and Law, UQ
  • Professor Heather Zwicker, Executive Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, UQ


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UQ alumni and community events take place in-person and online, across the globe, throughout the year. UQ alumni are invited to join the UQ ChangeMakers platform to access early event registrations, benefits and discounts.

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