With the current environmental policy debate taking place in Australia the 16th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation (GCET16), held 24 - 26 September 2015, is a rare chance to hear from global experts in the area of market-based instruments relevant for greening of the economy and progressing sustainable development.
GCET16 provides enlightened analysis of tax policy from around the world to promote informed sustainable environmental goals. Join delegates from up to 50 countries representing a variety of sectors (academic, government, the private sector, and NGOs) across law, economics, accounting, environmental management, and public administration to contribute your ideas and deepen your understanding of the legal, economic and behavioural issues surrounding environmental taxation.
With a theme of Green Fiscal Reform: Protecting our Natural Resources for a Sustainable Future, the conference’s keynote and plenary speakers include The Hon Bob Carr, Director of the UTS Australia – China Relations Institute, Prof Ross Garnaut, Professorial Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne, Chloe Monroe, Chair and CEO, the Clean Energy Regulator as well as leading figures from the OECD, US Consulate-General, CPA Australia and the Nature Conservation Trust of NSW, among others.
Dates: 24 - 26 September 2015
Venue: UTS Faculty of Law
Building 5 cnr Quay St and Ultimo Road
Haymarket, Sydney, NSW (map)
Register online by 18 September 2015.
For full conference program click here.
Please note, this event is not organised by The Tax Institute. If you have any queries contact UTS directly at: GCET16(at)catalystevents.com.au