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NSW Industry Breakfast 2021

Icon of a calendar 10 Nov, 2021 | Small clock icon 7:30am – 9:30am AEDT | Icon of a map pin Online via Zoom

The 2021 NSW Industry Breakfast will be held as a webinar. The theme of this year's breakfast is Circular Economy – Taking Steps Towards.

Event Details

Date Wednesday, 10 November 2021
Time 7:30am - 9:30am AEDT
Venue Online via Zoom

Guest Speakers

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Dr Richard Denniss, former Executive Director, The Australia Institute

Dr Richard Denniss is the Chief Economist andformer Executive Director of The Australia Institute. He is a prominent Australian economist, author and public policy commentator, and a former Associate Professor in the Crawford School of Public Policy at ANU. He has been described by Mark Kenny in the Sydney Morning Herald as "a constant thorn in the side of politicians on both sides, due to his habit of skewering dodgy economic justifications for policy".

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Phil Woods, Strategy Manager - Resource Recovery & Circular
Economy, Sydney Water

Phil’s role as Strategy Manager is to lead the Development and delivery of Sydney Water’s strategic direction and goals in the areas of Circular Economy and Resource Recovery. Phil has recently led the development of Sydney Water’s Net Carbon Zero Plan. Aside from a target of net zero Operational emissions by 2030, this plan will help make Sydney Water an international leader in the use energy and the production of renewable energy from waste. Phil has been with Sydney Water for 14 years and holds degrees in Mathematics and Environmental Management.

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Lisa McLean, Chief Executive Officer, NSW Circular

Lisa is a circular economy and zero-carbon business transformation leader. She has
been successfully advising industry and governments in developing new policy
frameworks and regulations that bring about market change to enable the circular zero-carbon economy over the past 14 years. This work has covered the energy, water, waste and mobility sectors in the UK and Australia.

For more information please contact:
Tanya Cameron, Member Engagement Manager (NSW/ACT) | Ph: 02 9467 8407 | E:


Please select one of the options from below.If you wish to find out more about AWA's membership benefits, contact Note: Registrants will receive details to join the webinar approximately 24 hours prior to the event. 


Members: $65
Students: $45



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Non-Members: $90
Students: $45



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