BETTER FUTURES FORUM Wednesday 7 September
Minister Bowen will speak to the Better Futures Forum at breakfast, 7.30 to 8.30 am, at the Adams Auditorium, UNSW Canberra, Wednesday 7 September 2022.
Media invited onsite for breakfast. Minister Bowen’s speech will be streamed in the morning session starting 9AM.
And then all panels open to media online and in-person.
Australia could create 395,000 new jobs and generate $89 billion in new trade by 2040 through investment in renewable energy exports.
Panel at 9.20 am with Michele O’Neil, Karrina Nolan, Kelly O’Shanassy, Dermot O’Gorman, Clark Butler
Australia can support our Pacific neighbours to address the impacts of climate change
Last year, close to 24 million internal displacements of people were linked to disasters – almost 14 million in East Asia and the Pacific.
Disasters now cause almost three times as much internal displacement as conflict, with climate change amplifying the frequency and severity of extreme weather events.
Pacific leaders continue to call on Australia to support their communities in their response to climate change.
Panel with Anthony Burke, Elizabeth Boulton, Pichamon Yeophantong, Ian Cumming, Willy Missak, Jane McAdam
How can we strengthen the resilience of local governments to protect communities from the impacts of climate change?
Paul Barnes, Jason Sharples, Sophie Lewis, HY William Chan, Mary O’Kane
Do we need a Business Manifesto to advance accelerated action on Australia’s climate recovery?
Andrew Petersen, Hudson Worsley, Brynn O’Brien, Brett Shoemaker, Skye Blair,Ilona Milar
Better Futures Assembly
Action plans to support over-delivery of the new government’s climate commitments.
Full program at https://www.betterfutures.org.au/forum_program
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