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Deakin Downtown

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CEEND Industry Workshop: An expanding nexus > energy, environment and natural disasters

Global economic and social prosperity is critically dependent upon the sustainable sourcing of adequate energy linked with innovative and more efficient energy supply, usage and management. Many natural and man-made disasters are crucially linked to sharing natural resources and managing natural hazard risks. Climate change and associated weather extremities have strong implications on energy demand and environmental resources.

In an uncertain political landscape and competing demands on precious natural resources, how will the existing nexus between environment and energy evolve? What role can academia and industry play in responding to the immense challenges that climate change creates and incredible opportunities that fast-paced technological disruptions present?

Hear responses from our panel of industry and academic experts to these and other compelling questions in the first of CEEND’s series of industry workshops.

Our industry and academic panellists will be on hand to answer your burning questions, explore exciting trends in energy, environment and natural disasters, and share their ideas on how we can tackle disruptive challenges within and between these markets.

About CEEND

The Centre for Energy, the Environment and Natural Disasters (CEEND) provides high-quality, interdisciplinary research and policy input into leading energy, environmental and natural disasters-related issues. With strategic partnerships across industry, exciting inter-disciplinary research, and a vibrant media presence, CEEND places Deakin University at the forefront of contemporary debates on hot topic issues, and offers sustainable evidence-based pathways to critical energy, environment and natural disaster policies.

Our scholars are drawn from the Deakin Business School and consistently publish in top-tier journals, on topics including:

  • Natural disaster economic resilience and recovery
  • Energy, environment and natural disaster policy responses
  • Energy and resource economics
  • Green marketing solutions for the future
  • Environmentally sustainable business strategies and practices
  • Non-market environmental evaluations
  • Ecotechnology and disruptive trends transforming the energy and environment markets.


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Deakin Downtown

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Docklands

Melbourne

Australia

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