Skip navigation

Aligning Policy Engagement with Net Zero - spotlight on Australia

This event is part of a series of webinars around the world on this topic with the first event last year in Japan. It is convened by the Climate Champions' Team & Race to Zero, Better Futures Australia, and InfluenceMap.

Climate policy leadership can incentivise faster climate action, unlock investment and level the playing field for those leading the race to zero emissions.

This online event will explore how Australia, in its future potential position as COP31 host, can become a global leader on climate policy, with supportive engagement from non-state actors. What policy building blocks are needed to drive forward the emission reductions we need in this decisive decade? How can non-state actors, like businesses, investors and cities, be engaged in shaping better climate policy to cut emissions in Australia?

The objectives of this event are to: 

  • Raise the profile of halving emissions by 2030 in Australia; 
  • Mobilise the community in Australia to engage in climate policy discussions; and
  • Showcase the intersection between non-state actor advocacy in Australia, and how this connects with global discussions.

Register for the event by visiting the Humanitix page.


Drew Wilkinson is Founder of the Climate Leadership Collective, providing consulting services for employee engagement, helping organisations make sustainability part of everybody's job. He spent 7 years at Microsoft where he co-founded the company's first global employee sustainability community and grew it to 10,000 members - one of the largest and most influential green teams in the world - while cementing its status as a central part of the company's sustainability strategy. 

Geraint Rowland is an environmental professional with a steadfast commitment to safeguarding our planet. As Group Environmental Director at Costain Group, he oversees environmental legislation compliance and environmental risk management at Contain. Ensuring they have effective systems in place and keeping them at the forefront of environmental best practice.

July 10, 2024 at 9:00am - 10am (Sydney time)