Past events

Victorian Economic & Political Overview

VIC
Mar 28
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NSW - Garnaut Climate Change Review

NSW
Mar 26
Emissions trading is recognised around the world as an important tool for addressing the> central market failure of unpriced or uncapped greenhouse gas emissions. With the> Australian Government set to introduce an emissions trading scheme in 2010,> discussions well under way about how to make an ETS as effective as possible.> CEDA is pleased to host Professor Ross Garnaut, head of the Garnaut Climate Change> Review, to present key considerations for an effective ETS in Australia.> Commissioned by the Federal, State and Territory Governments, the Review will analyse> the costs and benefits of climate change impacts and mitigation and will> develop medium to long-term climate change policy options for Australia.> At this special event, Professor Garnaut will present his ETS discussion paper, outlining> key principles to guide the development of an emissions market, and putting forward> possible design features for an Australian scheme. The 30 minute address will be> followed by questio

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VIC - Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

VIC
Mar 19
Corporate Responsibility is defined by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce, their families and society at large. But many organisations continue to grapple with adapting their practices to meet or exceed expectations which such stakeholders have of them. How then do organisations do the right thing by all such stakeholders which ultimately achieves sustainability for their business? CEDA will be convening this half day forum to discuss and exchange ideas on this issue. The program has been designed to provide attendees with the opportunity to actively participate and contribute to the discussion.

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VIC - TRUSTEE BOARDROOM LUNCHEON

VIC
Mar 18
Pragmatic productivity impreovemnet, how Australian enterprises are lifting their game

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NSW - Women in Management Launch

NSW
Mar 17
The presence and status of Australian women in paid employment has improved dramatically over the last 50 years. However, the progression of professional women into positions of leadership has been slow. It is widely recognised that women remain under-represented as Chief Executives and Executive Managers across all industry sectors. The Leadership Challenge: Women in Management an independent report authored by Dr Hannah Piterman and contributed to by leading Australian organisations, recognises that committed organisational leadership is required to reap the economic and broader performance dividend that can be achieved by optimising the role of women in senior management.

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