The States respond: NetZero and COP26

The States respond: NetZero and COP26

NAT
Nov 12
Australia's states had all made their own significant commitments to NetZero and lowering emissions - well ahead of October 2021 - to meet community expectations and develop their own future fit low carbon economies. 
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Event Overview

We ask those responsible for climate change strategies at a state level for their latest thinking on the role of their governments to bridge the gap between more ambitious and clear targets coming out of COP 26 and those presented in Glasgow by Australia's Prime Minister.

As COP 26 nears its close, CEDA convenes state environment Ministers from across the country to consider the implications for sub-national governments and their plans to make the most of opportunities presented by decarbonisation.

Livestream start times:
NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS: 12.00pm
SA: 11.30am
QLD: 11.00am
NT: 10.30am
WA: 9.00am

Please note all livestream events will be recorded and registered participants will receive exclusive access to the recording following the event, ahead of the general public. Substitutions for the livestream can be made at any time. Please forward details to the event coordinator.

 

Meet the speakers

The Hon. Lily D'Ambrosio MP
Victorian Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change

The Hon. Roger Jaensch MP
Tasmanian Minister for Environment, Minister for Climate Change

The Hon. Matt Kean MP
NSW Treasurer and Minister for Energy and Environment

The Hon. Amber-Jade Sanderson MLA
WA Minister for Environment, Climate Action and Commerce

The Hon. Meaghan Scanlon
Queensland Minister for the Environment and the Great Barrier Reef, Minister for Science and Youth Affairs

The Hon. David Speirs MP
SA Minister for Environment and Water

Akhil Abraham
Head of Climate Diplomacy, British High Commission Canberra

Steph Lysaght
Consul-General, British High Commission

Meet the facilitator

Melinda Cilento
Chief Executive, CEDA

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Public event advice – Coronavirus

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