Mobility, whether it be personal or commercial, domestic or international, will be significantly impacted by climate change over the next 50 years. For this reason, it is vital that planning and collaboration occur now to ensure that mobility remains accessible to us both within Australia and internationally.

Future Climate Australia has developed strong working relationships with leading international bodies such as the Global Fuel Economy Initiative, FIA Foundation, International Transport Forum, International Energy Agency, International Council on Clean Transportation, the UK Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, CALSTART and Challenge Bibendum.

These relationships provide access to latest knowledge and thinking on emerging low emission technologies and fuels, as well as policy development and market interventions. This enables us to create awareness to influence government and promote the development of cohesive long-term policy direction in this critical space.