AUSTRALIA DECLARES

SHAPING AUSTRALIA’S
EMERGENCY RESPONSE

14-15 FEBRUARY 2020
BREAKOUT SESSION

Day 2

12:00PM – 1:00PM
CONDELL ROOM l LEVEL 2

THE NEW NEW DEAL

THE ECONOMICS OF A CLIMATE EMERGENCY RESPONSE

A multitude of proposals for “Green New Deals” are a focus of global interest and campaigns. But what are they, what are their goals, and can they measure up to the challenge of the climate emergency? Do we need a new “New Deal” for a safe climate?

Karl Mallon – Director of Science and Systems at Climate Risk
Jon Altman
– School of Regulation and Global Governance ANU
Katherine Wells – Former Environmental Lawyer and Policy Advisor
Philip Sutton – Strategy Analyst – Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration

Moderated by Miriam Lyons – Economics Analyst



SESSION

SPEAKERS

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Karl

Mallon

“Australia’s headed for a climate insurance red zone“
RISK & RESEARCH

Karl Mallon


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Miriam

Lyons

POLICY & COMMUNICATIONS

Miriam Lyons


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Jon

Altman

“The tables are reversed. To address the climate emergency extractive settler Australia will need to politely invite Indigenous peoples to deploy their extensive native title rights and interests to assist.”
STRATEGY & POLICY

Jon Altman


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Philip

Sutton

“Getting into emergency mode, rapidly, is the central challenge for the climate movement and for all those who understand what we are facing.”
STRATEGY & RESEARCH

Philip Sutton


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Katherine

Wells

LAW & POLICY

Katherine Wells