Economics of climate change research release

Economics of climate change research release

NSW
Jul 3
Online registration has closed. For registration information please contact Karlena James on 02 9779 9746.

Speakers

Rowan Griffin, Head of Sustainability Investment Management, Lend Lease
Meg McDonald, Chief Operating Officer, Clean Energy Finance Corporation
Martijn Wilder AM, Partner, Baker & McKenzie

Event overview

CEDA's research aims to raise the level of public policy debate and discourse around the country by drawing together the best minds on key issues of the day.

CEDA's reportThe Economics of Climate Change examines a number of significant economic issues for Australia and provide recommendations on mitigating risks and maximising opportunities.

At this event, leading commentators will discuss the inevitable consequences of climate change and advocate for how best to allocate resources to adapt to future environmental conditions.

Meet the speakers

Rowan Griffin
Head of Sustainability Investment Management, Lend Lease

Meg McDonald
Chief Operating Officer, Clean Energy Finance Corporation

Martijn Wilder AM
Partner, Baker & McKenzie

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