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At COP27, countries from across the world gathered to agree further action on climate change, while outside the main meeting halls thousands of businesses, academics and NGOs shared information on challenges and opportunities.

The Clean Energy Council was on the ground in Egypt, with Chief Executive Kane Thornton and Policy Director – Decarbonisation Anna Freeman promoting Australia's position as a clean energy superpower.

Did you miss out on the member webinar? Contact [email protected] to access the recording.

Find out what the Clean Energy Council got up to at COP27 below and follow @cleannrgcouncil for post-event updates.

COP27 wrap-up: positives and negatives in final outcomes

Change comes slowly and then all at once as COP27 ends with mixed results

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Day 11: Australia steps up in the dash to the finish line

Working furiously to move the needle in collective climate action.

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Australia signs with the Global Offshore Wind Alliance

On Energy Day at COP27, the Australian Government signed onto the Global Offshore Wind Alliance.


Day 6: We have to be brave

The need for urgent decarbonisation has been a consistent theme at COP27

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Day 2: Get ready to sprint a marathon

To bring us back from the climate brink, everyone needs to ratchet up their commitments further

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Preview: Australia to be welcomed back into the fold

Global pressure increases to up the ante on emissions reduction

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The latest tweets on COP27 from @cleannrgcouncil

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Arron Wood on the COP27 conversations we should be having

"There's a need for a 10-year climate transformation plan like nothing we've seen before."

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