E-powering a decarbonised future (online)

Achieving a green energy future requires international cooperation. Australia and the People’s Republic of China’s (PRC) shared goal to advance decarbonisation renders the two nations potential partners for this endeavour.

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How can collaboration between the two nations can accelerate decarbonisation? What challenges lie in the quest for a decarbonised future? What are the new avenues for growth in Australia’s green economy?

The Australia-China Relations Institute at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS:ACRI), with support from the National Foundation for Australia-China Relations (NFACR), will host a panel discussion exploring these questions and more.

Panellists include Associate Professor Emma Aisbett, Associate Director of the Zero Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific Initiative (ZCEAP) at the Australian National University; Dr Ross Lambie, Chief Economist at the Minerals Council of Australia; Professor Qinghua Xu, Professor of International Political Economy and International Relations at the People’s University of China; and Dr Yongping Zhai, Senior Advisor on Carbon-Neutrality at Tencent Holdings Ltd. The panel will be moderated by Professor Tim Harcourt, UTS:ACRI Research Associate and Industry Professor and Chief Economist at the UTS Institute for Public Policy and Governance (IPPG).

This is a hybrid event, with the opportunity to attend in-person or online. To register for the in person session, go here.

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