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- IEEFA: Competitive renewables wipe decades off economic life of Australia’s longest gas pipeline
- Giant offshore turbines set to drive plummeting cost of wind power
- San Francisco just banned gas in all new buildings. Could it ever happen in Australia?
- Species continuing migration to cooler habitat
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8 April, 2021 − At last, a global price on invasive alien species: it runs to billions of dollars and doubles every six years. — Read on climatenewsnetwork.net/invasive-alien-species-exact-huge-ecosystem-cost/
Rowley Shoals: thriving Australian reef shows what’s possible when ecosystems are untouched by humans
New study shows fishing restrictions across the archipelago helped sustain threatened species and biodiversity during a time of ‘unprecedented’ decline — Read on http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/apr/07/rowley-shoals-thriving-australian-reef-shows-whats-possible-when-ecosystems-are-untouched-by-humans
Half of global methane emissions come from aquatic ecosystems – much of this is human-made — Read on theconversation.com/amp/half-of-global-methane-emissions-come-from-aquatic-ecosystems-much-of-this-is-human-made-156960 will Scomo agree or, as usual, say someone else is at fault!!!
Cheaper transport costs mean that green ammonia is likely to be a thing well before green hydrogen at large scale. — Read on reneweconomy.com.au/ammonia-may-be-the-crucial-first-step-towards-the-green-hydrogen-economy/ Comprehensive analysis the many problems with hydrogen and how difficult to make it compete from Australia.
twitter.com/michaelwestbiz/status/1377373201462820869 Our tax regulations wide open for plunder
1 April, 2021 − The UK faces growing pressure not to expand Heathrow airport but to respect the 1.5°C limit agreed on global heating. — Read on climatenewsnetwork.net/uk-court-urged-to-respect-1-5c-climate-limit/ about emission reduction promises, because they’re enshrined in law, head of Committee … Continue reading
Coalition’s gas-led recovery plans look increasingly tenuous after AEMO report shows gas use in grid may nearly disappear within 20 years. — Read on reneweconomy.com.au/gas-led-recovery-aemo-says-gas-use-in-grid-may-all-but-disappear-in-20-years/ Surely our pollies not lobbied up low enough to approve LNG import by AGL in … Continue reading
25 March, 2021 − There is a clear way to get more value from the seas: protect fish. New research confirms an old argument. — Read on climatenewsnetwork.net/protect-fish-to-increase-catches-−-and-cut-carbon/
Cattle are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions, mainly due to their methane-loaded burps. A detailed new study has found more evidence that feeding cows a small seaweed supplement can greatly reduce their methane emissions. — Read on newatlas.com/environment/seaweed-livestock-methane-emissions-reduction/ … Continue reading
Australia is at risk of becoming an “automotive third world,” a local spokesperson for Volkswagen has claimed. Europe, China, Japan and the USA – where the vast majority of the world’s cars are built … — Read on http://www.caradvice.com.au/935217/environmentally-backwards-australia-becoming-the-automotive-third-world-volkswagen-claims/ sick … Continue reading