When: Wednesday 19th August 2020, 7:00 pm AEST (Melbourne time). You’ll be able to ‘check in’ from 6:50pm.
Where: Online webinar using ‘Zoom’ (relocated due to COVID-19). If you haven’t used Zoom before use this link to test your setup. You will need to get a ticket using the link below.
Webinar Recording: Available on YouTube HERE
- You will receive the necessary web link for the webinar from the ticketing system.
- We have a capacity of 1000 people.
- We have incurred some additional costs in hosting the webinars. You will see a large number of free tickets available and a smaller number of paid tickets should you wish to help us to meet the webinar costs.
- Renew depends on the generosity of our community to continue its valuable work. We would welcome your donation here: renew.org.au/donate or via the additional donation option when choosing your ticket.
- Click HERE to get a ticket for the webinar.
Presentation: The Million Jobs Plan is the framework to restore our economy. Beyond Zero Emissions has mapped out how we can rebuild our nation through practical projects that can restore our economy, modernise our industry, reskill our workforce and deliver a bright and secure economic future.
The Million Jobs Plan was developed by expert researchers at BZE, in collaboration with communities across Australia and an advisory committee made up of world-leading experts in economics, business, technology and climate science. They are presenting it to Industry and Parliament. The multitude of jobs in clean energy and low emissions industries are brought to life through case studies and ideas from their Zero Carbon Communities and Business and Industry Partners.
Speaker: Michael Lord recently rejoined BZE to lead the research for the Million Jobs Plan. When he was BZE’s Head of Research he was lead author of Rethinking Cement, The 10 Gigawatt Vision: How renewable energy can power jobs and investment in the Northern Territory, and Electrifying Industry a report showing the potential for renewable electricity to replace fossil fuels in industrial heat processes. Before BZE Michael worked for an environmental consultancy, where he advised local governments and the private sector on reducing emissions and managing climate risk.
We hope you are able to join us for the webinar.
Chris Moss, Rob Gardner, Michele Ryan, Rick Molloy and Peter Wonfor.
Thanks to BZE especially Imogen Butler for enabling this webinar and we hope you can join us.
If you would like to contact us then visit our Branch page here.