Informed by a report arising from a recently completed CRCLCL project, this event on Friday 21 April 2017 in Canberra was attended by more than 30 senior industry and government representatives, and incorporated discussions on:
- Global and Australian best practice policies and regulations for the energy/carbon performance of the built environment
- Policy and regulatory settings for new and existing buildings (residential and commercial) at all three tiers of government in Australia
- Evidence- and science-based strategies and policy choices
- Pathways for policy reform, including short, medium and longer term objectives.
Led by CRCLCL Deputy Chair, Mr Sandy Hollway AO, attendees explored the elements of a best practice policy and regulatory framework for Australia, feasible pathways and time-frames for policy reform, and elements worthy of priority treatment.
Resources from the National Forum: Regulating the Transition to a Low Carbon Built Environment
- Research Report: Best Practice Policy and Regulation for Low Carbon Outcomes in the Built Environment
- Policy Guide Note: Best Practice Policy and Regulation for a Low Carbon Built Environment
- Media Release: Regulating the Transition to a Low Carbon Built Environment
Alternatively, visit the project page.