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AAA-GSJMF Fellows Inaugural Policy Forum - CHALLENGING IDEAS: RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIETY

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Published on Jun 5, 2017

The American Australian Association & the General Sir John Monash Foundation invite you to the AAA-GSJMF Fellows Inaugural Policy Forum.

CHALLENGING IDEAS: RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIETY

“Challenging Ideas” will explore the complexities of energy and resource development in the 21st century. The round table discussion will focus on the challenges and solutions in this area, from the perspective of GSJMF Scholars and AAA Fellows working in Politics, Technology, Community Relations, and Economics. The Forum will be a joint Perth/New York conversation streamed live via video-link and Facebook.

TUESDAY, 6 JUNE 2017

For further information, please contact:

info@johnmonash.com | Tel: +613 9620 2428

MODERATOR:

Professor Gordon Flake

CEO, Perth USAsia Centre

PANELISTS:

Dr. Tom Hanna: Head of Supply Chain Analysis at Fortescue Metals Group based in Perth.

Huw Pohlner: Senior Consultant at Aither providing policy and practical advice on water resource management and Asia engagement.

Alexa Morcombe: Government and Community Group Manager at Fortescue Metals Group in Perth.

Dr. Jacqui Baker: Lecturer in South East Asian Studies at Murdoch University.

Dr. David Keith: Professor at the Sloan School of Business, MIT focusing on electric cars and their adoption in society.

Matthew Herington: PhD candidate in Energy Access at University of Queensland.

Ryan Edwards: PhD candidate in fracking at Princeton University.
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General Sir John Monash Foundation

Ground Floor, Bennelong House

9 Queen Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia

T: 613 9620 2428 E info@johnmonash.com

www.johnmonash.com

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