In this second instalment of Worley and Princeton University’s Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment’s groundbreaking series, we build upon the foundation laid in Paper 1 and take a deeper dive into the practical aspects of achieving net zero by mid-century.
What's new in paper 2:
- Measuring change: While Paper 1 outlined the five key shifts (FATR shifts) needed for net zero delivery, Paper 2 explores the shifts further and introduces 15 leading indicators of change to measure, adjust and correct our infrastructure delivery practices. A commitment is also made to establish a global survey conducted by Princeton University to track progress across influential stakeholder groups from 2023 to 2030.
- A new case study: An exploration of the Australian energy economy, highlighting the scale of the challenge and the similarities with the U.S., as examined in Paper 1.