Sponsor our Towards Net Zero speaker series
ATSE launched its Net Zero Emissions Position Statement in September 2021.
It calls for Australia to take urgent action to achieve net zero emissions* by 2050 at the latest, and for Australia to set a more ambitious interim emissions target for 2030. The science of climate change is unequivocal, and we are already experiencing its impacts on the environment, industry, and everyday life. To avoid the worsening consequences of climate change, the world must take urgent action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as soon as possible. Having considered the scientific evidence, the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE) concludes that Australia should:
Commit to achieve net zero emissions by 2050 at the latest, and set a more ambitious interim emissions target for 2030
Prioritise the immediate deployment of existing mature, low-carbon technologies which can make deep cuts to high-emitting sectors before 2030
Develop a national net zero emissions policy and implementation framework
*Net Zero Emissions refers to the accounting balance between a country’s greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere and any ‘negative emissions’ – through natural or technological solutions – that remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.
Purpose of the speaker series
Our series speakers will explore key technologies that can be used here in Australia to make deep cuts to our emissions this decade, setting a course for achieving net zero emissions as soon as possible and how we’ll ultimately get to net zero.
The primary audience is ATSE Fellows & policymakers with the aim to expedite discussion on how technologies can help Australia get to net zero emissions.
The secondary audience is STEM professionals within the climate change and renewable energy sectors, individuals working alongside or in parallel with the Academy toward net zero. It also includes those working on energy or net zero issues, looking to understand more about available technologies to assist Australia on the road to net zero emissions.
The hidden audience will be members of the public that are passionate about climate change and wanting to know more about net zero initiatives.
Online events will be open and free to attend, in-person events will incur a fee and the Parliamentary Friends event will be by invitation only.
- 9 March – Webinar | ‘Making the cut’ – The technologies to get us to Net Zero by 2050
- 12 April – Webinar | ‘Technology deployment’ – Lowering emission while creating opportunities
- 7 June – Webinar | ‘Getting to Net Zero’ – Policy and Regulation
- August* – Parliamentary Friends of Science Event | Electricity Reliability
- 27 October – Hybrid | ‘The Final 15%’ – How Australia will get to Net Zero*Date to be confirmed after the 2022 Federal election with the reconvening of the Parliamentary Friends of Science Friendship Group.
$15,000 ex GST — One available
- Logo recognition as Series Supporter on event page, registrations page, introductory presentation holding slide and applicable media releases
- Recognition as Series Supporter on Academy’s social channels
- Verbal recognition at each event as Series Supporter
- Opportunity to welcome attendees at each event as Series Supporter
- One minute live or pre-recorded welcome (recording supplied by sponsor)
- Opportunity to include banner ad & link to promotional article in email promotions for each event
- Exclusive supporter of the Parliamentary Friends of Science Event | Electricity Reliability
- Two registrations to the 2022 ATSE Marquee event ‘Technology Powered, Human Driven Future’, where the ‘The Final 15%’ will be held in person.
Individual Event Supporter
$2,500 ex GST — Two available per event
Recognition as Event Supporter with logo on event page and presentation holding slide
Recognition as Event Supporter on Academy’s social channels
Opportunity to include banner ad link to website in email promotions for nominated event
Verbal recognition as Event Supporter at nominated event
ATSE Events Manager