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Climate change: Lord Deben says street lights not needed in rural areas

Climate change: Lord Deben says street lights not needed in rural areas – BBC News — Read on http://www.google.com.au/amp/s/www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-suffolk-58585374.amp New housing estates where public transport hubs NOT where commuting only by car etc

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EDF & Magill University Document 81,000 Orphan Oil & Gas Wells In US – CleanTechnica

EDF & Magill University Document 81,000 Orphan Oil & Gas Wells In US – CleanTechnica — Read on cleantechnica.com/2021/10/19/edf-magill-university-document-81000-orphan-oil-gas-wells-in-us/ And Scomo wants us to be more like USA_WTF. Will Angus donate taxpayer $ taking pity on this kind of orphan?

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Senate committee endorses offshore wind bill, in hope it can help push out coal

However, it noted that the “operating” details of the bill had yet to be developed, and may not be ready until late 2022. eager to see the bills expeditiously enacted. — Read on reneweconomy.com.au/senate-committee-endorses-offshore-wind-bill-in-hope-it-can-help-push-out-coal/

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Australia could easily meet a doubling of its 2030 emissions targets. Here’s how | RenewEconomy

We don’t need new taxes, hydrogen, CCS or a “gas-led recovery”. But we do need the federal government to either get involved or get out of the way. — Read on reneweconomy.com.au/australia-could-easily-meet-a-doubling-of-its-2030-emissions-targets-heres-how/ hallelujah Prof Blakers #thiscantwait

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Paul Ehrlich reflects after 50 years – The Science Show

He said we were in trouble when world population was 3.7 billion. Now it has more than doubled. — Read on http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/scienceshow/paul-ehrlich-reflects-after-50-years/13577042 Imagine how antivaxers and fossil fuel fans will behave when they can’t run aircon any more and squeeze … Continue reading

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What’s in an electric car battery pack? – EV Central

What goes into the batteries of EVs, PHEVs and some hybrids? Lithium, obviously, but what else? The answer will surprise… — Read on evcentral.com.au/whats-in-a-battery-pack/ Just 10kg lithium in 500kg battery pack!

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Electric Cars From Heaviest To Lightest

Today we will take a look at the weight of electric cars, which usually are much heavier than their conventional counterparts. — Read on insideevs.com/news/527966/electric-cars-from-heaviest-lightest/ Surprisingly heavy EVs, especially for folks who insist on long range, an awful lot of … Continue reading

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Electric vehicles weigh more and that has implications for safety – CNN

The Ford F-150 Lightning will weigh about 1,600 pounds more than a similar gas-powered F-150 truck — Read on edition.cnn.com/2021/06/07/business/electric-vehicles-weight/index.html over weight or morbidly obese?

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5 reasons why Morrison government needs a net-zero target, not just a flimsy plan

If the Morrison government does want to show it takes climate policy seriously, it must set a credible 2030 target. — Read on reneweconomy.com.au/5-reasons-why-morrison-government-needs-a-net-zero-target-not-just-a-flimsy-plan/ is this something our Flim Flam PM man has any hope of doing?

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Arctic Circle sees ‘highest-ever’ recorded temperatures

Temperatures are believed to have hit 38C (100F) in one Siberian town after a persistent heatwave. — Read on http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-53140069.amp until now, 2016 has been hottest but 2020 may take the guernsey

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