The race to decarbonise is gathering pace by the day.
The latest confirmation is the decision by one of the world’s five biggest lenders to stop funding coal-fired power plants. This decision by the Bank of China, a top global investor in coal-fired power, confirms the trend.
Our panel will analyse the new opportunities in a decarbonising world and shed light on new technologies and opportunities for investment.
Where does Australia stand in a decarbonising world?
Free, register to receive the online link. About the panellists
Davina Rooney is Chief Executive Officer of Green Building Council of Australia. Davina has led the Green Building Council of Australia since June 2019. Davina is a property professional with a broad range of sustainability experience, from environmental projects, not-for profit boards and overseas community development work, spending eight months working in the Indian Himalayas on the construction of a school which won multiple international awards.
Johanna Bowyer is the Lead Research Analyst for Australian Electricity at the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). Johanna's research at IEEFA is focused on trends in the National Electricity Market, energy market finance and energy policy.
Dr Gabrielle Kuiper, DER Specialist and IEEFA Guest Contributor, is an energy, sustainability and climate change professional with over twenty years’ experience in the corporate world, government and non-government organisations and academia.
The Honourable Bob Carr is Industry Professor (Business and Climate Change) at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Professor Carr works with the Institute for Sustainable Futures and the UTS School of Business, bringing his unique skills and experience to diverse portfolios, including business and industry, international relations and climate change research and policy.