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3 - 4 August 2020
BCEC, Brisbane

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Program

Full conference program will be launched on 27 February 2020

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Arron Wood, City of Melbourne

The conference program was the highlight of the 2019 event for both delegates and exhibitors. Arron Wood, Deputy Lord Mayor of the City of Melbourne and former Prime Minister’s Environmentalist of the Year will return as MC again in 2020 giving the event consistency and providing a strong, knowledgeable voice to provide the link between the corporate/business world and community/ government sector.

Highlighting the best innovations and solution implementation case studies locally, nationally and internationally the two day, multi-stream event will relate back to the conference theme- Cleantech fast-tracking sustainable growth.

Learn from case studies across built environment, mobility, waste, energy, water, circular economy as well as innovative partnerships and collaboration.

Dedicated waste-to-energy and waste-to-resource stream.

Program Overview

DAY 1: Monday 3rd August 2020 

Full day, multi-stream conference

Exhibition open to industry visitors 9.00am - 5.00pm

Networking event on exhibition show floor for 2 hours after conference close

CLEANTECH AS A CATALYST FOR COLLABORATION

This day will cover the following topics:

  • What is the importance of working and partnering with like-minded organisations to achieve shared visions?
  • How is technology driving new ways of doing business?
  • How can cleantech solve the big challenges? Climate change, social equality and sustainable economic growth.
  • How does cleantech address the new social and environmental responsibilities communities and governments are grappling with?

 

DAY 2: Tuesday 4th August 2020

Full day, multi-stream conference

Exhibition open to industry visitors 9.00am - 3.30pm

CLEANTECH MAKING BUSINESS SENSE

This day will cover the following topics:

  • How can the cleantech industry contribute to the establishment of a new skills base, education systems and nurture a creative, innovative and entrepreneurial mindset?
  • How does cleantech address the global megatrends shaping world economies?
  • What are the new business and finance models that can support both cleantech innovation and implementation?
  • How can the Australian cleantech industry and end-users capitalise on local state and federal government sustainable growth and innovation strategies?
  • How can cleantech tap into the rise of ESG and impact investing?
  • How can Australia’s cleantech companies scale up to global markets?