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Climate Alliance - “Building Resilience” 2019

Tue 19 Nov 2019 @3.00pm to 9.00pm

Date:    Tuesday 19 November, 2019.
Venue: Karstens Conference and Training Centre
             123 Queen Street Melbourne, VIC, 3000

Time: 3:00pm till 6:00pm

Speakers:

Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, will provide a short pre-recorded video to introduce the issues addressed at the conference. He will speak about how the finance market is addressing the risks presented by climate change and how the same approach can be used in other industries.

We have a great line up of industry leaders who will address the conference and then participate in a Panel moderated by our MC, Innes Willox, Chief Executive of the Australian Industry Group.

Sean Hanley, Toyota’s VP, will outline Toyota’s commitment to the creation of a more inclusive and more sustainable society through mobility.

Tony Battaglene is the CEO of Australian Grape and Wine Inc. and he will speak about the impact of climate change on wine production in Australia.

Susie Wood is Principal Climate Change at BHP and will address the changes the resources sector is likely to face over the coming years. She will also speak about the issues raised in CEO Andrew Mackenzie’s landmark speech on climate change made in London in August 2019.

Professor Fran Sheldon, Griffith University. Professor Sheldon will talk about the importance of water supplies to Australian primary industries and how food production should be managed in light of the outlook for future water supplies.

Join us for this exciting conference. It’s all about building business resilience.

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Join us for this exciting conference. It’s all about building business resilience. Viewers of the live seminar will be able to post questions to the speaker’s Panel at the end of the Conference.

 


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