Adelaide Climate Lens launch
This is a member only event, please login to the Better Giving Hub to register here
Climate change is a topic on everyone’s minds. But as a funder, how do you start to apply a climate lens to your philanthropy and investments?
A changing climate affects everyone, but not equally. Low-income households struggling with rising electricity bills, people with chronic health conditions, bushfire- and flood-affected communities that lack adequate resources to begin with — these Australians and many more, are particularly vulnerable to the pervasive impacts of climate change.
It’s why we’ve partnered together to develop and launch a Climate Lens tool for Australian funders seeking to better understand — and armed with this insight mitigate against — the cross-cutting impacts of climate change, all of which are working to undermine the people, places and causes you serve.
We would love you to join us in Adelaide to share this new tool with the Australian philanthropy community. You’ll have the opportunity to connect with peers, hear first-hand from funders who are applying a climate lens to their giving and be inspired by the impact that can be achieved for a safe climate and stronger communities.
We look forward to seeing you there!
CEO, The Wyatt Trust
The Wyatt Trust has a vision of challenging inequality and eradicating poverty in South Australia. Stacey also serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Foundation SA – South Australia’s newest community foundation providing a vehicle for individuals, families and businesses to formalise their philanthropy.
Prior to her appointment Stacey was the CEO of the Fay Fuller Foundation, a foundation seeking to improve health outcomes through long-term, systemic investment in South Australian community organisations and businesses. She has previously held roles with the Myer Family Company, Telstra Foundation and The Trust Company.
Stacey holds a Master of Business majoring in Philanthropy and Social Investment and is an accredited Mental Health First Aider. In addition to her role with Philanthropy Australia, Stacey is a Director of Community Foundations Australia, was on the management committee of Impact100 SA for its first five years of operation, and serves on a number of other boards and advisory committees.
AEGN Environmental Philanthropy Manager – Climate change
Daisy leads AEGN’s Climate Change program. Prior to joining the AEGN, Daisy worked for over ten years with state and national organisations dedicated to protecting our natural world.
Daisy held a range of roles where she has led a team of advocates, organisers and policy officers to take on the key threats to nature. Having worked for the Nature Conservation Council of New South Wales, 350 Australia and the Australian Marine Conservation Society, Daisy has experience working with a range of small to medium environmental organisations with local, state and national reach.
Daisy was a Councillor at the Australian Conservation Foundation from 2015 – 2021.