Australia’s most respected engineering and climate experts will headline Engineers Australia’s 2023 Climate Smart Engineering Conference (CSE23), to be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 29 and 30 November 2023.
The CSE23 plenary program will challenge attendees to be bold and strive for change with presentations from some of the profession’s brightest and boldest minds and key leaders across government, academia and industry. Plenary speakers will share the latest in world-leading views and engaging debate on solutions to address climate change, responding to extreme events, biodiversity loss, boosting the circular economy and upholding the principles of sustainable practices in engineering.
Plenary speaker spotlight
Dr Larry Marshall is a scientist, technology innovator, former CEO of CSIRO, published author and business leader with a wealth of experience in creating new value and impact with science. He is a passionate supporter of Australian innovation, and the power of science and technology to drive Australia’s economic recovery and resilience to future challenges.
Don’t miss his plenary session The crucial role of technology and innovation on the path to net zero. Dr Marshall will be in conversation with Engineers Australia’s CEO, Romilly Madew as they explore what engineers, business leaders and government should be considering when it comes to technology and climate change, the barriers that are holding innovation back, and draw on examples where this is happening successfully.
Connecting engineering minds, ideas and opportunities, CSE23 will showcase the latest solutions to pave the way for net zero emissions in Australia. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to network with like-minded professionals and learn from industry leaders over two days.
To view the full plenary program and register for CSE23, visit www.engineersaustralia.org.au/cse.