The 5th Australia-New Zealand Climate Change and Business Conference

  • 24 Aug 2009
  • 26 Aug 2009
  • Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Victoria, Australia


Join us for the premier climate change conference in the region tailored to business needs, developed and supported by business interests.


New in 2009

An exhibition of carbon market and climate change sectors to assist you in preparing a climate change response.

Optional pre-conference tours:
  • Climate Change Response: Victorian Projects Tour of South Gippsland & The Bass Coast
  • Leading Edge Melbourne Sustainable Commercial Office Buildings Tour
See the program page for further details.

Key 2009 conference program themes

  • Policy developments in the lead-up to Copenhagen
  • Prospering in the low carbon economy
  • financing the transition to reduced emissions including insights into the carbon markets
  • impacts of the global financial crisis on climate change policy and markets

Why you should attend

  • Gain valuable updates on domestic & international policy that will affect your business
  • Hear insights into investment opportunities and financing constraints in the CDM, clean tech and emerging markets
  • Understand the international carbon markets, trends and expectations for Australia and New Zealand
  • Learn from business experiences in managing climate change adaptation via practical case studies
  • Prepare for future emissions reporting & trading requirements in compliance and voluntary markets
  • Network with over 500 specialised delegates & presenters from Australia & New Zealand
Download the latest program click HERE.
To register – online registration available now!
To sponsor or exhibit
About the Climate Change & Business Conference Series
The Australia – New Zealand Climate Change & Business Conference series is the leading conference in the region, engaging mainstream business and policy makers on the climate change issue and helping to facilitate action. The conference series focuses on the risks and opportunities posed to business by global warming and, as an Australia-New Zealand entity, promotes the exchange of ideas and learnings across the Tasman.

The 2009 conference follows on successful events in Auckland (2004 & 2008), Adelaide (2006) and Brisbane (2007).  The conference is a not-for-profit venture co-organised by the Climate Change & Business Centre and Point Carbon and is supported by business groups, NGOs and Government agencies in five countries.


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