Professor Ross Garnaut
Australia has the potential to be even more important in global energyin a low carbon world. Amongst the world’s developed countries, Australia has by far the greatest per capita potential for low-cost production of energy from most of the promising renewable sources: solar, wind, deep geothermal, wave and tidal.
You can read the text of his lecture. The University will post the recording of the session Tuesday the 30th.
Australians get a second chance at internationally low energy costs with the world’s transition to a low-carbon economy. Managed well, the transition to a low-carbon economy will restore and enhance old Australian strengths, this time built on sustainable foundations. … More >>