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ABARES Outlook 2018 – Creating value in an increasingly connected world

Date/Time
Date(s) - 6 Mar 2018 until 7 Mar 2018
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location
National Convention Centre Canberra

Meet the speakers: Steve Hatfield-Dodds, ABARES; and Ross Garnaut AC, University of Melbourne

Dr Steve Hatfield-Dodds is one of Australia’s leading researchers on integrated approaches to natural resource management, global change and sustainability. His career includes senior roles in government policy agencies, research and private consulting. Before joining ABARES in August 2017, Steve led the integrated science and modelling capacity that produced the CSIRO Australian National Outlook 2015. He has published in journals including Nature, Science, Agricultural Systems, Ecological Economics, Global Environmental Change, and Ecology and Society.

Professor Ross Garnaut AC is a Professorial Research Fellow in Economics at the University of Melbourne. He is the author of numerous publications on international economics, public finance and economic development, particularly in relation to East Asia and the Southwest Pacific. Ross has had longstanding and successful roles as policy advisor, diplomat and businessman, and is the author of a number of influential reports to the Australian Government, including Australia and the Northeast Asian Ascendancy, The Garnaut Climate Change Review and The Garnaut Review 2011: Australia and the Global Response to Climate Change.

Steve and Ross are speaking in the Economic overview session. Read more about Steve and Ross, and the conference program, here.

When and where is Outlook 2018 being held?
ABARES Outlook 2018 is on Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 March
National Convention Centre Canberra
31 Constitution Avenue, Canberra

What are my registration options?
(all prices are per person and include GST)
Full registration (includes dinner):
* $1100 earlybird registration (must register by Friday 26 January 2018)
* $1400 standard registration (after Friday 26 January 2018)
* $1000 per person Group registration (minimum of four [4] delegates registering together)
* $750 single day registration (excl. dinner)

How do I register?

Visit the Outlook 2018 website for secure online registration or to download the registration form.

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