Transport contributes about 20 per cent of Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions, and those emissions are not projected to fall anytime soon.
So, what practical policies could Australian governments adopt to ensure we lower transport emissions without pushing up costs or restricting our driving preferences?
State Library Victoria and Grattan Institute invite you to a public webinar with an expert panel: Tony Weber from the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries, Sandra Lau from Viva Energy, and James Ha from Grattan Institute.
Hosted by Grattan Institute’s Tony Wood, the panel will discuss the options and consider important questions: How do Australians get access to the widest range of the cheapest and cleanest cars, and what does this mean for those who currently produce transport fuels for cars, trucks, and aviation. Please submit your questions for the panel upon registration, or during the live event.
Date: 19 August 2021
Time: Noon - 1pm
Sandra Lau - Alternative Fuels Manager, Viva Energy Australia
Tony Weber - Chief Executive, Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries
James Ha - Associate, Energy and Climate Change Program, Grattan Institute
Tony Wood - Energy and Climate Change Program Director, Grattan Institute