Does climate policy have a future in Australia?
Martin Parkinson in conversation with Marian Wilkinson
Climate change mitigation is arguably the most divisive policy area in our nation's recent history.
What were the roadblocks to effective policymaking over the last 12 years and what are the most promising opportunities in this current Parliament?
On Tuesday 19 November in the Great Hall, UTS welcomed some very special guests to share their unique insights.
Dr Martin Parkinson AC, the most senior Australian public servant charged with climate policy, talked candidly with former Four Corners reporter and Fairfax feature writer Marian Wilkinson about the pitfalls and opportunities of climate policy.
The Hon. Bob Carr, Industry Professor of Climate and Business, officiated with a welcome by Professor Stuart White, Dirextor of the Institute for Sustainable Futures.
Listen to the event
Welcome - Professor Stuart White
Introduction - The Hon. Bob Carr
In Conversation - Dr Martin Parkinson AC with journalist Marian Wilkinson
Audience Q&A and close - The Hon. Bob Carr