Webinar | SV2030

The Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association of Australia invites members to join us online on Tuesday, 5 October 2021 as Sustainability Victoria takes us through their new strategy - SV2030.


Sustainability Victoria (SV) is a delivery agency of the Victorian Government focused on accelerating the transition to a circular, climate resilient economy. They have a 'bold, ambitious and exciting agenda' to deliver a decade of action, with their new strategy SV2030 soon to be released for public consultation. 

In this free members-only session SV's Paul Murfitt, Director Industry Insights & Infrastructure, and Kate Dundas, Director Strategic Foresight & Research, will present on the main points of the strategy and take questions from attendees.




Director Industry Insights and Infrastructure, Sustainability Victoria

Paul has worked in the sustainability field for more than 25 years. He came to Sustainability Victoria from the Department of Environment, Water, Land and Planning, where he led workstreams on policy and programs addressing energy sustainability, affordability, reliability and security since 2016. Paul was CEO of the Moreland Energy Foundation Limited for over eight years and previously worked for 10 years with Sustainability Victoria (mainly with predecessor organisations).

Paul also delivers a subject at RMIT University in the Masters of Renewable Energy Engineering program – The social, environmental and economic context of sustainable energy. Paul is excited to be at SV to work with the Victorian community to achieve zero net carbon emissions and build a circular economy.



Director Strategic Foresight and Research, Sustainability Victoria

Kate was appointed Director Strategic Foresight and Research at Sustainability Victoria in July 2020.

Kate is a creative leader, designer and strategist who is passionate about bringing diverse groups of people together to make sense of complex problems. Experience across the public and private sectors in strategic planning, sustainability, urban design and business development allows her to draw upon a mix of tools, methods and networks to deliver results.? 

Kate co-founded 3000acres – a project aiming to get more people growing more food in more places – and 5up5down, a project to tackle social isolation. Kate also co-hosted Greening the Apocalypse on 3RRR for four years.


This is a free member-only event.

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5/10/2021 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
AUS Eastern Daylight Time
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