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... the interests of their short term profits. Funnily enough, probably the best solution to climate change would be capitalist/market-based, i.e. to put a price on carbon. Given how long this has ...
Anyone intelligent believes in anthropogenic climate change A strong statement, which you might think was overstating the issue? I'm not going to try and give you the science - because if you are reading ...
... (even without the cost of dealing with climate change) than coal, natural gas and of course cheaper than nuclear. Of course - we still need to make this work in developing countries - which is what Natural ...
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I write an occasional blog about topics that I find interesting. Including: Clean Tech; Renewables; Climate change; etc - Most of my briefer and newer writing takes place there.    ...
5. Press coverage of Mitra Ardron & projects
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... to adopt an ethical purchasing policy Byron Shire Echo, Jan 2006, What to do with KBR: Letter to the editor about ethical purchasing Byron Shire Echo, Aug 2005, Learn more about climate change: BSVN ...
... you can't be a little bit pregnant, you can't stop climate change by doing5% of what is necessary. Or even 25 %. If we trigger tipping points, the heating process will gather its own momentum and there ...
As storms batter the North coast of NSW, you have to ask whether its got anything to do with climate change - after all we seem to get 1 in 10 year storms every year now. Winds reached 133km/h on Thursday ...
The government has released a new Renewable Energy Target of 20% by 2020. This is a big step forward from the old 2% target, although still a long way from enough to tackle climate change, and a long ...
The guardian has an interesting story on an upcoming report by the Climate Change Committee. This committee was setup by an act of parliament to advise the government on the appropriate scale of cuts. ...
Its been busy on the political front lately - as climate change becomes recognised as more important, the lobbying and jockying has started, and of course political point-scoring. Firstly there was the ...
11. Garnaut report out
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... of how an Emission Trading Scheme should be setup for Australia. Early economic modelling results of readily measurable unmitigated climate change for middle of the road outcomes on temperatures and ...
... food crops to areas where the crops they've depended on for generations are failing them. As climate change shifts the patterns of what grows where I believe it is going to be important that food is ...
I like this one-minute inspiration from Van Jones and his pitch not to leave anyone behind as we deal with Climate Change  ...
... dangerous climate change, we could be estimating that carbon gets very expensive indeed. The question then becomes at what point in the future does it become competitive presuming massive production volumes ...
The Prime Ministers Climate Change Task force reported yesterday. Essentially it reported what everyone expected, i.e. it admits that we can't deny that climate change exists, and is important but it ...
... climate change due largely to Al Gore and the Stern Report. Of course there was considerable work over 20-30 years by NGO’s, scientists and European politicians that laid the foundation for this ...
... climate change which, along with population growth and increasing demand arising from higher standards of living, could adversely affect more than a billion people by the 2050s. Now ... I wonder who ...
I recently corresponded with the staff of our local federal Labor MP about Labor's lack of a climate change policy, and my decision as a result of it to neither preference Labor nor Liberals at the recent ...
I've just finished reading the excellent Final Report of Brisbane council's Climate and Energy Taskforce. There is a longer summary on Energy Bulleting or you can get the 70-ish page report. The report ...
... strong targets that will solve the problem (20% by 2020 is basically heading us for runaway climate change), and for a stable playing field that ensures businesses can invest in energy & carbon-saving ...
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