Event: 3rd Australian Emission Reduction Summit

3rd Australian Emissions Reduction Summit

Come and join us on the 3rd & 4th May, The MCG Melbourne.

Point Advisory – Silver Sponsor 

The Carbon Market Institute’s 3rd Annual Emissions Reduction Summit will be the premiere climate change and business event in Australia. In 2016 the Summit will bring together national and international leader from business, government, technology and finance, to discuss the challenges and opportunities of economic growth in a low carbon world. This event is a professional experience you won’t want to miss.

The program

CMI will again bring together a world-class lineup of speakers and content, to make this year’s Summit an event to remember. Across two days we will hear from Australian and global policy leaders, heads of business and carbon market innovators, on the current state of play, and the transition to a low carbon economy.

Day 1 – Policy, corporate leadership & international developments

Five months on from Paris, we sit down with domestic & international policy and business leaders to discuss the state of play globally, nationally, and at a sub-national level.

With a global agreement now set, what are we doing to manage the drivers that are even now leading Australia’s transition to a low carbon economy?

Day 2 – Fianance, technology, markets & innovation

The future of Australia’s economy is intrinsically linked to the growth and development of technology, energy and finance, three key sectors that will underpin the political and economic framework that Australia is now building.

What will the future of Australia look like? Can we change our national emissions trajectory to help keep global warming below 2°? Where are the commercial opportunities in a low carbon world?

**Special event by Point Advisory- Science based targets**

Day 2, Workshop 3 – 11.15 – 12.05

How are companies setting emissions reduction targets based on science, to align their carbon mitigation efforts to the UNFCCC outcomes of 2 degrees reduction.

Moderator

Charlie Knaggs, Principal, Energy & Climate Change, Point Advisory

Speakers to be confirmed