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Solar panel with sunset background © Shutterstock / foxbat / WWF

Webinar: Is a renewable recovery the economic cure for Australia?

07 Jul 2020

Keywords
  • renewable energy
  • Partnerships

The world is facing a once-in-a-lifetime challenge as we start to rebuild from COVID-19. But it could be Australia’s once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

WWF-Australia is pleased to present an engaging discussion on how a renewable recovery could be the economic cure for Australia. Register today.

The event will feature speakers including:

 

  • Nicky Sparshott, CEO, Unilever Australia and New Zealand
  • Hon Dan van Holst Pellekaan MP, South Australia Minister for Energy and Mining
  • Karrina Nolan, Director, Original Power
  • Nicky Ison, Energy Transition Manager, WWF-Australia

A renewable-led recovery would create over 100,000 direct jobs and future-proof our economy.

It would bring manufacturing back to our shores, grow existing industries, unlock new industries and boost global exports.

Register today to join us this July 30 to learn how business and industry leaders can lead the way to a #RenewableRecovery

 

Renewable recovery webinar

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