Where to now for a Green Economy?

Where to now for a Green Economy?

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13 September, 2012

So is a green economy on the agenda? Is there a new formula for creating green jobs and attracting clean tech innovation and investment? Or has a decade of battling over carbon pricing exhausted the political appetite for green economic reforms? For our next event Green Capital is asking: 'Where to now for a Green Economy in Australia?' with opening remarks by NSW Treasurer Mike Baird and a special panel featuring the NSW Government’s leaders on sustainability, the NSW Minister for Environment and Heritage Robyn Parker and Parliamentary Secretary for Renewable Energy Rob Stokes. Minister Parker and Rob Stokes will be joined on the panel by leaders from science and civil society sectors, followed by a keynote address from a green economy business leader: GE's Director of ecomagination Ben Waters. Find out what government, business and NGOs can do to keep the momentum going towards sustainability, and how this will affect your business

Where: Sydney Hilton: The Stateroom, Level 2, 488 George St, Sydney, NSW.
When: 7.15am - 9.15am, Thursday 13 September, 2012.
Cost: $230 for an individual, or $2000 for a table of ten. NGOs are just $125.
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