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Technology and engineering academy says not to wait for a ‘miracle’ and aim for net zero emissions


The Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering has released a position statement calling on the Australian federal government to “prioritise the immediate deployment of existing mature, low-carbon technologies which can make deep cuts to high-emitting sectors before 2030”.



Prof Renate Egan of the University of New South Wales, a member of the academy’s energy forum working group, said existing technologies – including solar and wind power, energy storage, electric vehicles and energy efficiency for buildings – could rapidly reduce emissions in the electricity, stationary energy and transport sectors.


Read more on ATSE's path to Net Zero at The Guardian.