Launch of Net Zero Australia – a ground-breaking study

A two-year collaboration has begun to analyse how Australia can achieve a net zero economy by 2050. The Net Zero Australia project is a collaborative partnership between the University of Melbourne, the University of Queensland, Princeton University and management consultancy Nous Group.

The Net Zero Australia project is based on Princeton University’s Net Zero America study, and will undertake the same, granular approach to the analysis of distinct pathways to net-zero emissions. This includes how Australia might export clean energy and low emission products, and thus contribute to the global decarbonisation task.

Read the project announcement here.

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Anita La Rosa

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