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Pages tagged "Emily Gerrard"

Summary of key legislation applying to offshore renewable development areas

This paper summarises the Offshore Electricity Infrastructure Act 2021 and other key legislation relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ rights and interests in ‘sea country’ - that is, in offshore areas or Commonwealth waters.

Key factors influencing negotiations for First Nations interest holders

Lawyer Emily Gerrard offers some practical suggestions around negotiation of agreements and related arrangements and opportunities when it comes to large-scale renewable energy projects. Emily is a climate change and environmental lawyer with a focus on resources, native title and development.

Negotiations for Traditional Owners webinar

We just held a webinar on 'Negotiations for Traditional Owners'. The key takeout? Clean energy project negotiations can be complex!

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An economic transition to clean energy

The nuts and bolts of how we transition to a clean energy economy are many and varied. We explore what the transition looks like, from the global economy to impacts on local communities. How do we assert native title rights and build resilience in regional and remote communities? What infrastructure do we need? Who finances the shift and how will the market adjust?


• Tim Buckley, Climate Energy Finance
• Amanda Cahill, Next Economy
• Chris Faris, ARENA
• Emily Gerrard, Comhar Group