Tipping Point

/ˈtɪpɪŋ pɔɪnt/ a time during an activity or process when an important decision has to be made or when a situation changes completely.

Western Australia is a land of unique landscapes that have created and shaped many diverse communities. Through this connection to the land, Western Australians are often witness to the early effects of global climate change.

While we have everything we need to slow and ultimately halt this, scientists agree we have reached a tipping point with very little time to avert the most catastrophic consequences.

In these carefully curated panel discussions, leading Western Australian thinkers come together to discuss the realities of climate change in our region and the opportunities to accelerate our climate response.

A safe place for compelling conversations — challenge your thinking and broaden your perspectives.



A homegrown superstar in the climate science arena recounts his story and shares his expert opinions on the urgent action necessary for our survival.

How does global warming impact the way that we source, produce, create, share and consume food?