Building our future event series
Tuesday 27 October 2020
6.30pm – 7.30pm (AEDT)
Clean technology: Energy and industry transitions
The race is on to achieve net zero emissions by mid-century. Join our panel of experts as they discuss what it takes to unlock the potential of clean technology. Find out what progress we’ve made around the world in clean energy transition, and what still needs to be done. Hosted by Brian O’Callahan, Lead of the Oxford University Economic Recovery Project. Presented by The British High Commission and ClimateWorks Australia. Produced by Written & Recorded.
The briefing room: Decarbonisation Futures
In April 2020 ClimateWorks Australia launched Decarbonisation Futures, which sets out detailed evidence of how major sectors of the Australian economy can move to net zero emissions and keep warming below 2 degrees, and even 1.5 degrees.
The briefing room: Industry transitions
The positive outcomes for Australia’s economy in a shift towards zero emissions are well-canvassed.
The briefing room: Food and land use transitions
Globally, experts have identified ten critical transitions that can improve how we produce food and manage land.
The briefing room: Growth through transformation – how governments can unlock investments that achieve climate and development goals
Achieving the Paris Agreement along with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development requires an estimated investment of US$2.6 trillion each year over the next decade for developing countries alone.
The briefing room: The energy transition
Recent research from ClimateWorks and CSIRO shows that viable paths to zero emissions exist for all major economic sectors in Australia. On 13 May 2020 as part of the ClimateWorks webinar series ‘the briefing room’, CEO Anna Skarbek joined CSIRO’s Chief Energy Economist Paul Graham and Morgan Stanley’s Rob Koh on the pathway to net zero energy.
The briefing room: Transport – moving to zero
New ClimateWorks research identifies the solutions available now to shift Australia’s transport network to net zero emissions.