EcoGen 2010 is set to be the clean energy event of the year, bringing together the highest levels of the clean energy industry, locally and internationally.

Senator Milne will be speaking between 10:30–12 on Day Two of EcoGen 2010, 7 September.

Senator Milne was elected to represent Tasmania in the federal parliament at the 2004 election after a distinguished career in the Tasmanian state parliament where she served as Leader of the Greens from 1993-1998.

Christine was appointed to the United Nations Environment Programme's Global 500 Roll of Honour in 1990. She represented the IUCN at the Conference of the Parties to the Climate Change Convention at Montreal, Canada, in December 2005 and at Bali in November 2007.

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Her private members bill on climate change, setting a minimum 80 per cent reduction on 1990 levels of greenhouse gasses by 2050, has been introduced into the Australian Senate as well as bill for a national renewable energy feed-in scheme to provide support for prospective technologies relatively unsupported by the Mandatory Renewable Energy Target, including solar photovoltaic and solar thermal.