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MEDIA CALL – Launch of Climateworks Centre’s latest report

Monash University < 1 mins read

MEDIA CALL
8am, WEDNESDAY, 6 DECEMBER 


WHAT

Launch of Climateworks Centre’s latest report Climate-ready homes: Building the case for a renovation wave in Australia.

Coinciding with the Urbanization and Built Environment Day at COP28. 

Climate-ready homes charts a path for upgrading all low-performing homes, and calls for urgent action from governments and the private sector to start an energy performance renovation wave in Australia.


Please note: the report is strictly embargoed to 6am AEDT, 6 December


WHO

Climateworks Centre CEO Anna Skarbek

Assistant Minister for Climate Change and Energy Senator Jenny McAllister


WHEN

8am, Wednesday, 6 December


WHERE

Dame Dorothy Tangney Alcove
Parliament House, Canberra

Escort from Marble Foyer


MEDIA CONTACT

Allison Courtin, 0475 710 877

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