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John Pilger asks: “Isn’t it time those who are meant to keep the record straight declared their independence and decoded the propaganda?” — Read on http://www.greenleft.org.au/content/john-pilger-silencing-lambs-how-propaganda-works As pandemic of acceptance of AUKUS dissolves our collective conscience and infects Mental Health … Continue reading
Contractor for Snowy 2.0 and Project EnergyConnect reveals liquidity problems with zero working capital, but denies dispute over costs and delays with Snowy Hydro. — Read on reneweconomy.com.au/ludicrous-snowy-2-0-contractor-has-zero-working-capital-but-denies-dispute/ Believe it or not? Where the bloody hell is mastermind Morrison this … Continue reading
Despite pledges to phase out inefficient fossil fuel subsidies, the world’s major economies moved to offset rising consumer energy prices in 2021 by nearly doubling consumer supports rather than investing in renewable energy. — Read on http://www.theenergymix.com/2022/08/31/fossil-fuel-subsidies-to-consumers-nearly-doubled-in-2021/ How sickening is … Continue reading
June 2022 quarter found black coal-fired generation at its lowest second-quarter output since the NEM commenced in 1998, driven by outages, bidding changes and fuel supply constraints. — Read on reneweconomy.com.au/solar-squeezes-out-coal-to-set-new-record-low-for-demand-on-national-grid/ June 2022 quarter found second-quarter coal-fired generation at its … Continue reading
Electric on-demand public transport is making a difference in Auckland – now it needs to roll out further
On-demand public transit can rival car ownership in convenience, while cutting emissions and cost, and simultaneously encouraging a mode shift towards public transport. — Read on theconversation.com/electric-on-demand-public-transport-is-making-a-difference-in-auckland-now-it-needs-to-roll-out-further-189438 How cool is this? Let’s do it in regional towns too.
Snowy Hydro’s owner and its contractor have both said Snowy 2.0 is delayed, but the market operator has not been told. Turns out it won’t make much of a difference. — Read on reneweconomy.com.au/market-operator-not-told-of-snowy-2-0-delays-but-it-wont-be-missed-much/ @turnbullmalcolm never ending white elephant
In a political system long captured by fossil fuel interests, there is a disconnect between the arguments and the evidence — Read on http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2022/aug/08/facts-must-rise-above-the-gas-if-australia-is-to-deal-with-the-climate-crisis Parliament – what a gas chamber.
Gulf mangrove dieback discovery – JCU Australia — Read on http://www.jcu.edu.au/news/releases/2022/july/gulf-mangrove-dieback-discovery doesn’t this sound like evidence of tipping point? Mangroves usually capture and store more CO2 than anything else, protect against coastal erosion and nursery for all kinds of marine … Continue reading
If Australia legislates its climate targets and then misses them, what happens? The CSIRO “future world” report reminds us the outlook is grim. — Read on reneweconomy.com.au/csiro-reminds-our-leaders-that-its-the-climate-science-that-counts/ CSIRO warns, again, will we ever learn?
The Australian overland telegraph was a 3,200 km line connecting Port Augusta in South Australia to Darwin. It was completed in 1872 and allowed communication between Australia and the rest of the world. It was one of the great engineering … Continue reading