Our cities in transition to low and net zero emissions webinar

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Join us as we explore what WA's cities will look like as they transition to low and net zero emissions.

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Harnessing the transformations in electro-mobility, energy systems and urban development

The WA Government aspires to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 and supports the Federal Government’s target of reducing emissions by 26-28% of 2005 emissions by 2030.

This webinar will explore how we can work together to achieve these targets in the Perth and broader Western Australian context by better integrating electro‐mobility, energy systems and urban development.

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9.10 am - 10.45 am: Presentations

9.10 am - 9.30 am: Transformations in city development

David Caddy, Chairman, WA Planning Commission

9.30 am - 9.50 am: Transformations in mobility

Prof Peter Newman, AO, Professor of Sustainability, Curtin University Lead author for Transport on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

9.50 am - 10.10 am: Transformation of the South West Integrated Energy System

Steve Edwell, Chair, Energy Transformation Taskforce

10.15 am - 10.25 am: Sustainable householder: actual results (video)

Dr Josh Byrne, Research Fellow, Curtin University

10.25 am - 10.35 am: Smart demonstration projects - East Village and Neerabup Industrial Estate

John Clifton, Manager, Strategy and Innovation, Development WA

10.35 am - 10.45 am: The technology transition to e-Mobility as a Service (video)

Sue Wiblin, Head of New Mobilities, Keolis Downer

11.00 am - 11.45 am: Panel discussion

James Lush will facilitate the panel session where presenters will explore:

  • the synergies and disconnects between urban development, electro-mobility and energy systems; and
  • what WA's cities look like as they transition to low and net zero emissions.

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