Response to Intergenerational Equity Bill
Engineers Australia's response for the Inquiry into the Climate Change Amendment (Duty Of Care And Intergenerational Equity) Bill 2023.
ShapingSEQ 2023 update submission
Engineers Australia provides this submission to the Queensland Government compiling the thoughts of
leaders in the engineering industry in response to the ShapingSEQ 2023 document.
Roadmap to establish an Australian decommissioning industry submission
Engineers Australia highlights that decommissioning is a $60 billion opportunity for Australian industry and workers.
Engineers Australia and Transport Australia society submission train lighting and visibility
Engineers Australia and the Transport Australia society have co-authored this submission with the aim to improve safety on road and railways for all Australians.
Universities Accord Interim Report submission
Engineers Australia suggests three priorities for action by Government to improve the pipeline of Australian engineers.
Strengthening diversity in STEM
Engineers Australia's submission provides case studies to show how initiatives can be implemented at a practical level to lessen current and future skills shortages outlined in the independent panel’s broader view of STEM.
Engineers Australia ACT Integrated Energy Plan position paper
Engineers Australia provides feedback and recommendations, informed by members, on the ACT Integrated Energy Plan.
Engineers Australia submission to NSW Decennial Liability Insurance proposal
This submission calls for national consistent building reforms, including a national Decennial Liability Insurance market and a straightforward claims process among other asks.
Alternative Commonwealth Capabilities for Crisis Response 2023
Engineers Australia's response to the public consultation on Alternative Commonwealth Capabilities for Crisis Response discussion paper.
Australia’s Research Priorities
Engineers Australia's response to the public consultation on the Australia’s Research Priorities discussion paper.
AI in education submission to parliamentary inquiry
Engineers Australia’s submission provides feedback on the terms of reference focusing on how Generative AI tools will impact engineering education.
National Hydrogen Strategy Review: Engineers Australia submission
The Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water are reviewing the National Hydrogen Strategy, first published in 2019. Engineers Australia's submission to the review includes information about the potential for hydrogen to be an important contributor to our transition to net zero through use in industry, transport, grid firming, chemicals and metals production.
National Framework for Recycled Content Traceability
Engineers Australia's response to the proposed National Framework for Recycled Content Traceability Discussion Paper.
Responsible AI in Australia, an engineering perspective
Engineers Australia’s submission to the Safe and Responsible AI in Australia discussion paper.
Victoria State Infrastructure Strategy Update
In this submission, Engineers Australia provides feedback to Infrastructure Victoria in response to the State Infrastructure Strategy Update. Engineers Australia broadly supports the principles and objectives defined in the Strategy and has provided responses and advice.
Setting, tracking and achieving Australia’s emissions reduction targets
Engineers Australia's response to the Climate Change Authority’s consultations on:
- Advice on emissions reduction targets for Australia’s next Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) under the Paris Agreement.
- Review of the Carbon Credits (Carbon Farming Initiative) Act 2011 (CFI Review).
- Review of the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007 (NGER Review).
Clean energy workforce capacity study
The Australian Government has commissioned Jobs and Skills Australia (JSA) to undertake a capacity study on the workforce needs for Australia's transition to a clean energy economy. JSA is identifying the pathways to develop the required skills and training, the contribution of the migration program and how opportunities are shared across regions and incorporate diversity. Our submission draws on the work we have done in strengthening the engineering workforce in Australia, women in engineering and reducing the barriers for migrant engineers.
Pathway to diversity in STEM review dialogue starter
Engineers Australia calls for diversity and inclusion efforts driven by commitment from organisational leaders and support from government.
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