Environment Exchange: The Future of Gas

The future of gas: a pipe dream?

 

If we want to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions to zero, how can there be a place for gas? Is gas irreplaceable as an energy source? What would replace it and how would that happen? Should we distinguish between the emissions from fossil fuel gas and biogas? What will become of the big industries producing and selling gas? Do we need to transition to an end date? How do we transition our community when they already have appliances in place? Does the ACT Government have a conflict of interest by having a major shareholding in a fossil fuel producer?

This Environment Exchange asks the hard questions about the future of gas. Join us to hear from guest speakers about their views on the gas issue in the ACT and beyond. 

Environment Exchange

Meet - Learn - Act

Be part of an inspiring environment network as we explore a different theme each month.

Hear from fascinating guest speakers and engage in open and lively discussion about a range of topics in sustainability and environment.

When
February 26th, 2019 12:00 PM   through   2:00 PM
Location
Renewables Innovation Hub
19-23 Moore Street
Turner ACT 2602

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