BUSINESS SPECTATOR WEBINAR: The future of international climate policy

Sign up now for our webinar today at 12pm on climate policy, with Erwin Jackson, the deputy chief executive of the Climate Institute and Martijn Wilder, head of the global climate change practice at Baker & McKenzie, as they review the agreement of Durban, and how international climate policy will likely evolve in coming years.

Webinar: Thursday, December 15, 2011 at 12pm-1pm AEDT

Significant breakthrough or just putting off till tomorrow what should have been done today? The Durban climate change talks have ended with a mixture of elation and disappointment. Who has got it right? What are the implications for Australia, clean technology investments and the carbon market?

Join Erwin Jackson, the deputy chief executive of the Climate Institute, Martijn Wilder, head of the global climate change practice at Baker & McKenzie, and Climate Spectator editor Giles Parkinson, as they review the agreement of Durban, and how international climate policy will likely evolve in coming years.

The webinar will cover:
• The details of the Durban agreement
• Implications for Australian policy development and business
• The future of the carbon market
• The impact on clean energy investment

Register here.