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Is the Renewables Revolution Now Global?

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Sir Stamford Hotel at Circular Quay

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You're invited to hear from author and academic John Mathews who'll address the topic "Is the Renewables Revolution Now Global?" at the Sir Stamford Hotel, 93 Macquarie Street, Sydney on May 24. It's FREE.

There are those who think that it's inevitable that renewables will become global. But is this true? Is wishful thinking getting ahead of economic reality? The result of the recent South Australian election might suggest that reliability and cost trump environmental concerns.

What are the trends here? What are the roadblocks? Will coal and other fossil fuels be with us forever? What place nuclear?

This is your opportunity to gain perspective of these tricky questions.

John is Professor of Strategy at Macquarie Graduate School of Management. His 2015 book, The Greening of Capitalism: How Asia Is Driving the Next Great Transformation, was published by Stanford University Press. John has had another book published more recently, in 2017, titled Global Green Shift by Anthem Press in London. He has also written numerous articles in this area.

The night promises to be very interesting - maybe controversial - so do come along. It's FREE.

Topic: "Is the Renewables Revolution Now Global?"
Speaker: John Mathews
Where: Sir Stamford Hotel, 93 Macquarie Street, Sydney
Date: May 24
Time: 6.00 pm with cash bar on conclusion.
Format: John will speak at 6.00 pm for 20 minutes with 15 minutes for questions. This will be followed by informal discussion at The Bar.

Please come and join us to meet John as well as fellow Members and Supporters of Reinvent Australia for what promises to be an excellent evening.

Because places are limited you must register here.

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