Video archive




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Climate in recovery: building back better

Climate in recovery: building back better

How are businesses and governments harnessing the COVID disruption to accelerate the decline of carbon-intensive industries, investment, technologies and practices?
11/09/2020


Recovery through strong border management

Recovery through strong border management

Like every nation in the world, Australia’s economy has taken a battering in 2020 due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. From an Australian Border Force (ABF) operational perspective, as the guardians of Australia’s international gateways, COVID-19’s biggest impacts have been on international traveller and student numbers. Conversely, e-commerce trade volumes have increased, presenting a different set of challenges for the ABF and its responsibilities to protect supply chain integrity and manage border threats. 
10/09/2020


The digitisation of services

The digitisation of services

What are the practical and pragmatic steps that governments could take to digitise services – to improve convenience now and to future proof service provisioning? 
 
01/09/2020


A new energy technology roadmap - from what to how

A new energy technology roadmap - from what to how

Join CEDA members and guests from across the country for a discussion on Australia’s future energy mix and what is needed to deliver a holistic, safe and reliable energy industry.
27/08/2020


Economic update

Economic update

Despite a record run of continuous economic growth, the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed the country into economic downturn. 
 
Government support has been extended by another six months, however what happens when these payments are discontinued? With increasing unemployment and casualisation of the workforce, and eventual discontinuation of support payments, the Australian economy will continue to be challenged. In addition, global recovery, trade and geopolitics pose increasing uncertainty for our exports and key partners.  
26/08/2020


Prioritising Social and Affordable Housing

Prioritising Social and Affordable Housing

Current economic conditions have increased the rate of housing stress for many and emphasised the need for more supply of social and affordable housing for vulnerable communities and key workers.
25/08/2020


2020 Queensland State of the State with Premier Palaszczuk

2020 Queensland State of the State with Premier Palaszczuk

As economies across the globe continue to face significant challenges in this era of pandemic, Queensland’s gaze is firmly on the priorities and policies geared toward recovery, protecting our communities and building back better. Our success to date flattening the COVID-19 curve has placed the health of Queenslanders in an enviable position. Achieving sustained success across our economy and society will be complex. 
 
20/08/2020


Australia's Defence Future | Senator the Hon. Linda Reynolds and The Hon. Melissa Price

Australia

At this pivotal time in our economy and in the region join CEDA members from across the country to hear from Federal Ministers leading Australia’s defence and defence industries. 
19/08/2020


Green finance and climate change

Green finance and climate change

At this important time CEDA welcomes Lord Mayor of the City of London, The Right Honourable William Russell, an international financier committed to global cooperation, to scaling up green finance and fintech and to driving private sector investment, all from the world’s financial capital.   
21/07/2020


Does disruption drive innovation?

Does disruption drive innovation?

Crises have always been a catalyst for accelerating innovation. Hear how organisations are already recalibrating their research focus and how we as a community and economy, view and prioritise fundamental and translational research and its funding. 
16/07/2020


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