Climate Change Services Conference 2017
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Day 1: Thursday 23 November (9am–5pm)

Hear from speakers, panels and engage in discussion on:

  • Climate adaptation from an international perspective
  • Leading, cross-sector, regional climate adaptation innovation and ‘mainstreaming’
  • Transition to a low carbon economy in SA and Victoria
  • Energy market transformation
  • Collaboration and ‘co-opertition’ for a thriving sector ecosystem
Facilitated panel discussions will consider: “What are the emerging Australian skills and expertise?” “What local and export opportunities are there for climate change services?”

5pm – 6.30pm Networking & celebration function.

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Day 2: Friday 24 November (half day & lunch)

(Choice of one session is included with Day 1 ticket)

Climate Change Services Australia workshop: Mapping sector capability (10am - 12.30pm)
Help map the growing capabilities of the “climate change adaptation” sector to inform a reference guide of the offerings within the sector.

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Making the most of energy and water for wineries, irrigators and food producers (10.30am - 1.30pm)
Get practical tips on how climate impacts energy and water, and strategies to manage demand and control costs. Hosted by the South Australian Wine Industry Association.

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Community Renewable Energy Masterclass. (8am–2.30pm)
Financial models for community-owned solar power projects. For councils, not for profits and community groups. Hosted by Frontier Impact Group. Supported by Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) and SA Government. Free for council and community groups.

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All registration fees include 10%  Goods and Services Tax (GST) and are quoted in Australian Dollars.

Full Symposium Tickets (2 days - all inclusive)

  • All sessions on Thursday 23 November (8.30-am – 5pm) See full program
  • Lunch and breaks
  • Social networking function (5.00 pm – 6.30 pm)
  • A choice of one of three parallel workshops: See Program  
    1. Climate change services capability mapping workshop  
    2. Community renewable energy finanical toolkit master class for councils and community groups, hosted by Frontier Impact
    3. Making the most of energy and water - for wineries, irrigators or food producers, hosted by South Australian Wine Industry Association 

Corporate / Government $220.00
Non-Profit $130.00
Students $130.00

Day 2 Registration ONLY Tickets (half day)

Community Renewable Energy Financial Toolkit Master Class  (incl lunch)  Comp
Making the most of energy and water for wineries or food producers (incl lunch) $40.00

Note: Travel and accommodation is not included but accommodation can be booked during the registration process. 

Please register by Wednesday November 22, 2017

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