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Be part of a conversation with leading economists, industry leaders and international experts on the risks and rewards for
Queensland’s economy from climate change and climate policy.
Hear what our leading economists see on the horizon, how key companies and industry sectors are positioning
themselves to exploit the opportunities presented by this new business environment, and the implications of
international trends for Australia and Queensland. Engage with the experts in constructing industry‐sector road maps for
the next decade as a structured response to the challenges ahead.
Monday 18 October 2010
8.30am - 5.00pm (Registration from 8.00am)
Hilton Brisbane, 190 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane
Groups of 3 or more (per person)*
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LEADING EXPERTS INCLUDING...
Professor John Quiggin
Research economist and commentator on Australian economic policy, Australian Research Council Federation Fellow in Economics and Political Science at the University of Queensland.
Professor Malcolm McIntosh
Griffith Business School and UN Global Compact Committee member
INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES AND IMPLICATIONS
Strategy director SKM-Enviros and policy advisor to UK government and leading corporations on climate change policy and competitive economics advantage presents on relevant European trends and regulation and the implications for Australia.
ENERGY SECTOR EXPERTS
Trevor St Baker
MD ERM Power on powering up with gas.
Deputy Director Institute Environment Studies, University NSW on a road map for renewable energy.
CEO Australian Coal Association on coal's future.
INDUSTRY SECTOR LEADERS: Sector risks, rewards and milestones.
Agriculture: The road map to food and fuel security
Heather Brodie: CEO, Biofuels Associations
Manufacturing: A decade of tough decisions
Stuart Ritchie: National Sustainability Manager, Cement Australia
Built Environment: Cities and our urban footprint
Jeremy Mansfield: Sustainability Leader, Bovis Lend Lease
Transport: achieving sustainable mobility
David McInnes: Director, Sustainability, Linfox
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