There is no single pathway to decarbonisation for Australia. Despite limited time to meet 1.5°C targets, there are a range of ways the country can get there, with opportunities across sectors to seize the benefits of a net zero future. Climateworks has most recently explored potential pathways for two of those sectors, energy and industry, to support the speed and scale of Australia’s transition.
In this Briefing Room event, our team will share insights on how technology considerations influence the size, shape and speed of industry’s net zero transition. We will also showcase how Australia can integrate best practice decarbonisation principles into its energy system planning – and raise ambition for action that supports a 1.5°C future.
Join us for our second deep dive into decarbonising the nation, as we explore the role of pathways in guiding the transition to net zero emissions.
Hosted by Climateworks Research and Analysis Manager Michael Li, our panel of experts will speak to our most recent analysis and findings, and what they could mean for industry and energy in Australia.
Ro Maxwell, our Senior Project Manager for Research, will present on our latest industrial pathways and the role they can play in decarbonising Australia’s ‘hard-to-abate’ heavy industry supply chains.
Dr Glen Currie, Program Impact Manager for Energy, will speak to how our recent work has integrated with energy system planning to influence the energy transition.
Our panel will be answering your questions during a live Q&A.