Australasian Emissions Reduction Summit 9-10 December –
Taylor, Bowen, Kean join CEOs & global leaders tackling the transition to net-zero
The region’s biggest business and climate event kicks off Thursday!
Register now for your complimentary media pass to the Carbon Market Institute’s (CMI) 8th annual Australasian Emissions Reduction (AER) Summit, this Thursday 9 – Friday 10 December, virtually or in person at the ICC Sydney, Darling Harbour. (The virtual platform allows pass holders to come in and out as time allows.)
Please note: complimentary tickets are limited, so register now to secure your pass.
The program is final, and our Virtual Attendee Hub is now live!
The Q&A function allows all attendees to ask questions throughout the vast majority of sessions, which will be addressed where possible by the moderator.
This is your exclusive opportunity to hear directly from an unprecedented lineup of global government and business leaders, decision makers and influencers who are shaping the most critical economic transition in generations.
Frank Bainimarama, Prime Minister of Fiji, Chair Pacific Island Forum
Laurence Tubiana, CEO, European Climate Foundation
Marc Vanheukelen, EU Ambassador for Climate Diplomacy
Hon. Angus Taylor MP, Minister for Industry, Energy and Emissions Reduction
Hon. Chris Bowen MP, Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy
Hon. Matt Kean MP, NSW Treasurer and Minister for Energy and Environment
Tim Reed, President, Business Council of Australia
Tennant Reed, Principal National Advisor, Australian Industry Group
Rachel Kyte, Co-Chair, Voluntary Carbon Markets Integrity Initiative
Shayne Elliot, CEO, ANZ
Michele O’Neil, President, Australian Council of Trade Unions
Fiona Wild, Vice President, Sustainability & Climate Change, BHP
Frédéric Baudry, Senior VP Fuels & Low Carbon Solutions, Asia Pacific, BP
Hon. Clover Moore, Lord Mayor, City of Sydney
Dean Yibarbuk, Director, Indigenous Carbon Industry Network
Plus senior executives from the Clean Energy Regulator, Reputex, CBA, Woodside, Shell and others.
COP26 Takeaways with Global Climate Leaders
The Decisive Decade for Urgent Climate Action
Aligning Transition Strategies & Evolving Carbon Markets
To 2030 & Beyond: Scaling Regional Carbon Markets
Technology and Markets Keynote
Risks & Opportunities in Decarbonising International Trade
Ministerial keynote with Angus Taylor
Policy Conversation with Chris Bowen
Outcomes-Driven Investment in Nature
Boardroom Masterclass – Strategy-Setting for Climate Risk, Resilience & Opportunity
Investor Perspectives: 2030 Challenges & Opportunities
Destination Zero & Beyond for Australasia
CMI CEO John Connor said, “This year’s Summit will be our largest yet, and comes at a critical time as Australia looks ahead to a crucial decade in climate action at a time of unprecedented investor, international and community scrutiny.”
“Following the conclusion of COP26 and with a looming Federal election in Australia, the event is designed to include a special focus on more ambitious 2030 scenarios and the extra policies needed en route to net-zero emissions by or before 2050,” he said.
Summit website here
Full list of speakers here
Latest program here