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The briefing room: After COP26 – How infrastructure can help deliver net zero
What does the future of Australia’s infrastructure look like, when seen through a low-carbon lens?

Infrastructure influences around 70 per cent of Australia’s annual greenhouse gas emissions. Now that Australia is committed to net zero emissions by 2050, how do we adapt infrastructure planning to enable this?

On Tuesday 23rd November 2021, join our expert panel as they discuss the future of infrastructure in Australia and what needs to shift in infrastructure decision-making, policies, and investments to succeed in the race to net zero emissions.

Tuesday's panel includes:

Romilly Madew, Chief Executive Officer for Infrastructure Australia
Henri Blas, Chief Content Officer, Global Infrastructure Hub
Margot Delafoulhouze, Cities System Lead for ClimateWorks Australia

Your host is Professor John Thwaites who will be in conversation with the panel and facilitating an audience Q&A

While pressure is mounting from both private and public stakeholders to fulfil the net zero ambition, and with record-breaking government investment in infrastructure, Australia has a great opportunity to deliver infrastructure that can support sustainable, resilient and inclusive outcomes and build back better after Covid.

We know why infrastructure is so critical to achieving net zero emissions, but how do we make it happen? This conversation will focus on solutions and the role of strategic partnerships to prepare the infrastructure sector for the level of commitment expected from COP26.

This event is produced by Written & Recorded.

Nov 23, 2021 04:30 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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