The Australian Publishes Inaugural List Championing Leaders In Sustainability

The Australian Publishes Inaugural List Championing Leaders In Sustainability
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The Australian has today published its inaugural edition of “The List: 100 Green Power Players” on its website and gloss magazine, revealing the top 100 innovators, developers, financiers and activists working towards sustainable change.

The list also includes a snapshot of the movers, shakers and important figures shaping policy and influencing the big investment decisions that will be made this decade across green energy.

“The Australian is committed to delivering our readers the highest quality reporting and analysis of the issues shaping our world,” said The Australian editor-in-chief, Christopher Dore.

“Perry [Williams] and the rest of the team have done an outstanding job on the inaugural Green Power Players List; shining a light on the power brokers across business, energy and policy who are shaping the nations new green economy.”

The list was was curated and edited by Williams – a senior business writer at The Australian – and draws on the knowledge and expertise of the masthead’s specialist journalists.

“Australia is ideally positioned to be a renewables superpower, much in the same way it dominates exports of coal and liquefied natural gas,” said Williams.

“We hope that our Green Power Players List provides inspiration, sparks debate and helps encourage the next generation to step up. The green revolution is here – and as our special magazine highlights, there is an impressive depth of talent driving the change.”

“I’ve spent a decade covering green energy and climate in Australia, to me there is no question the nation is now on the cusp of a new era. After years of policy confusion out of Canberra, there is now a clear convergence among our mainstream parties on the direction Australia should take to reach net-zero by 2050,” added Williams.

The list was drafted by an expert advisory panel of the country’s top scientists, government advisers, economists and lawyers.

“Hour-long debates and disagreements saw The List at one stage top 300 individuals,” said Williams.

“Whittling it down underscored the depth of talent and knowledge that propels Australia’s green ambitions every day, from university experiments through to recycling, oceans, batteries and building the world’s biggest solar farm.”

“The List: 100 Green Power Players” features several categories, including agriculture, carbon, innovation, renewable energy, and technology.

The issue also includes the top ten Aussies spearheading the sustainable food and wine movement, and also offers tips on how businesses and consumers can take concrete steps towards more sustainable daily choices to reduce carbon footprints.

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