A Greater Australia: Planning population growth

A Greater Australia: Planning population growth

Apr 30

For registration information please contact Ricky Papara on 03 9652 8414.


Dr Glenn Withers, Professor - Public Policy, The Australian National University  

 Public event
 Clayton Utz Conference room, Level 18, 333 Collins street, Melbourne, VIC

 Lunch (12.00pm to 2.00pm)




Complementing CEDA's research publication A Greater Australia: Population, Policies and Governance, this event will explore the implications of Australia's changing demography for decision-makers who are tasked with ensuring Australia continues to be a prosperous, well-serviced and productive society.

This discussion will examine the implications of a growing population for Australia's energy mix and consumption, infrastructure and the potential environmental impacts of population growth.


Keynote speaker - Policy implications: where to from here?

  • Dr Glenn Withers, Professor - Public Policy, The Australian National University

Panel discussion - Implications of population growth for energy, infrastructure and the environment

  • Professor Barry Brook, Sir Hubert Wilkins Chair of Climate Change, The University of Adelaide
  • Professor Doug Hargreaves, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Queensland University of Technology
  • Brad Vann, Partner, Clayton Utz

Supported by CEDA member


Registration fees (including GST)

CEDA members and guests

$108.90 per person

Non members

$198.00 per person

All event registrations can now be made online via the Register Online link at the top of this page.

  • Payment via credit card - a tax invoice/receipt will be emailed to you for accounting purposes.
  • Payment via EFT or cheque - a tax invoice will be emailed to you together with details on how to make payment by EFT or cheque.

For assistance with using CEDA's online registration click here to access our simple user guide.

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