The days of us leaving the combustion engine might seem a ways off, but the clean car push has real drive.
Dr Anna Mortimore is a Lecturer specialising in taxation in the Griffith Business School. She is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and a Chartered Tax Adviser with The Tax Institute. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce (UQ), a Masters of Business (QUT), a Master of Laws (LLM) (Bond) University, and a PhD (MU). Anna recently gained her PhD from her dissertation entitled: “The use of economic instruments in managing the environmental externalities of road transport.” Anna’s expertise on this topic is evidenced by her publications in refereed journals and in peer reviewed books. Anna is active in making submissions to the Australian Government on the future of the Australian car industry, future tax reform, setting Australia’s post 2020 target for greenhouse gas emissions, and the Vehicle Emissions Discussion Paper.