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ACITI 2023 Annual Conference

Confirmed speakers include:
Senator the Hon Don Farrell, Minister for Trade and Tourism
Senator the Hon Jenny McAllister,
Assistant Minister for Climate Change and Energy
Professor Rod Sims
, CEO Superpower Institute
Mr Sanjeev Gandhi, Managing Director and CEO Orica
Prof Peter Draper, Institute for International Trade, University of Adelaide
Mr John Grimes, CEO Smart Energy Council
His Excellency Mr Gabriele Visentin, European Union Ambassador to Australia
Associate Professor Fiona Beck, Project Convenor, ANU Grand Challenge: Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia Pacific
Dr Naoise McDonagh, Edith Cowan University
Ambassador Brendan Pearson, Australia's Permanent Representative to the OECD
Mr David Alexander, Chief of Policy and Advocacy, Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Dr Stephen Kirchner, Senior Economist, Business Council of Australia
Mr Michael Sullivan, Economic Counsellor, Embassy of the United States
Associate Professor Emma Aisbett, Associate Professor, School of Law, Associate Director (Research) for the Australian National University’s Grand Challenge: Zero Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific
Mr Tim Yeend, Associate Secretary, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Ms Satya Tanner, Director and CEO Australia, Lautec

ACITI Annual Conference graphic. Emissions, environment and energy: impact and implications for Australia's international trade and investment

Conference Sessions:
1. How can Australia capitalise on opportunities in international clean energy markets?
2. Should Australia introduce a Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism?
3. How are clean energy support programs changing clean energy trade and investment markets and what it means for Australia?
4. Intergovernmental initiatives supporting global green trade and investment - what role for Australia.

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