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Climate Change and Business Conference 2004

13 September 2004

Climate Change and Business Conference - Only 5 more days for
early-bird registration

Dear Colleagues

Just a reminder that the Australia-New Zealand Climate Change and Business Conference early-bird registration expires this Friday (September 17).

So register online now at

CONFERENCE DETAILS: 3-5 November Auckland, New Zealand

The program and other information is available at

This inaugural Australasian conference will focus on business opportunities arising from climate change. Expert speakers from New Zealand, Australia, China, Japan, USA and Europe will outline the size and nature of emerging carbon markets, will background regional governments' policies and incentives, and will summarise new technologies and business risks. Global and regional energy requirements for the next 50 years will also be profiled.

This is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to understand the links between business and climate change at one of the year's largest local gatherings of decision-makers looking for emissions reduction solutions.

The conference has already attracted 17 business and government sponsors including Comalco, Solid Energy, BP, Honda, and New Zealand and Australian State and Federal governments.

Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities still exist. Visit the website for details or contact The Conference Company on + 64 9 360 1240 or

If you know anyone who may be interested in attending, please forward this email to them.

Kind regards

The Conference Organisers


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