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Episode 1: 2032 and Beyond

Andrew McCormack, Ashurst Transport and Infrastructure partner, and Mike Duggan, Director at Ashurst Risk Advisory, take a detailed look at how climate-positive mandates will impact the preparation, delivery and legacy of the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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About this episode

The Brisbane 2032 Games promises to be a game changer to the way we view global events. As the world's first climate-positive Olympic games, the Brisbane games is set to be the catalyst for some of Australia’s largest infrastructural, cultural, and technological projects.

Ashurst has extensive experience in the delivery of global games, including creating mandates for the Olympics in Sydney, London, and Tokyo, and currently in the delivery of the Melbourne 2026 Commonwealth Games. Throughout the 2032 and Beyond series, experts at Ashurst will showcase the common challenges and themes for the incoming Brisbane 2032 Games.

In this episode, Ashurst Global Lead for the Client Centre of Excellence, Kim Wiegand, speaks to Transport and Infrastructure partner, Andrew McCormack, and Ashurst Risk Advisory business director, Mike Duggan, who specialises in strategy and sustainability, on the key concepts in the planning for the 2032 Games; legacy and climate-positivity.

This not intended to be a comprehensive review of all developments in the law and practice, or to cover all aspects of those referred to. Listeners should take legal advice before applying it to specific issues or transactions.


Andrew McCormack
+61 7 3259 7227
Michael Duggan
+61 7 3259 7371
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