South Australia Hasn’t Lost One Hour Of Electricity In 5 Years Thanks To Renewables & Batteries | CleanTechnica

South Australia Hasn’t Lost One Hour Of Electricity In 5 Years Thanks To Renewables & Batteries | CleanTechnica
— Read on cleantechnica.com/2021/09/29/south-australia-hasnt-lost-one-hour-of-electricity-in-5-years-thanks-to-renewables-batteries/

reprinted in USA from RenewEconomy

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Morrison and the Quad just committed to ending coal power by 2040, at the latest | RenewEconomy

As the Coalition went to war with itself over emissions targets, Quad leaders recommitted to goals that would require Australia to exit coal power by 2040.
— Read on reneweconomy.com.au/morrison-and-the-quad-just-committed-to-ending-coal-power-by-2040-at-the-latest/

Astonishing!

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New research reveals animals are changing their body shapes to cope with climate crisis

‘Shape shifting’ animals are evolving to deal with heat – by changing the size of their ears, tails, bills and other appendages.
— Read on theconversation.com/new-research-reveals-animals-are-changing-their-body-shapes-to-cope-with-climate-change-166267

LNP not shape shifting!

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Massive 10.5GW wind, solar and battery project in Morocco to send power to UK

termsUK company proposes massive 10.5GW wind and solar project in Morocco, backed by a huge battery, to deliver power to UK via sub-sea cable.
— Read on reneweconomy.com.au/massive-10-5gw-wind-solar-and-battery-project-in-morocco-to-send-power-to-uk/amp/

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International Energy Agency commits to become net zero by 2024 – News – IEA

International Energy Agency commits to become net zero by 2024 – News from the International Energy Agency
— Read on www.iea.org/news/international-energy-agency-commits-to-become-net-zero-by-2024

Go, go IEA!

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Robots for renewables: How wind and solar are powering another kind of boom

For example, the United Kingdom is targeting a seven-fold increase in offshore wind capacity by 2050, increasing to as much as 125GW.
— Read on reneweconomy.com.au/robots-for-renewables-how-wind-and-solar-is-powering-another-kind-of-boom/

UK already has 35% share of world installed offshore capacity so high priority at front of queue as world demand increases.

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September 22 is world car free day, so what’s happening in Australia?

It’s not enough to switch from fossil fuel vehicles to EVs. The world also needs to encourage fewer car trips and more sustainable transport.
— Read on thedriven.io/2021/09/21/september-22-is-world-car-free-day-so-whats-happening-in-australia/

Started in Nederlands, as long ago as 1970, some catching up for us to do!!

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Mass Mailout for Climate

Mass Mailout for Climate
— Read on massmailoutforclimate.org/

Please just a letter simple enough for politician, say we need climate action both here and Glasgow COP26 UN Climate Conference

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Records smashed as renewables break through 60pct, coal output at new low | RenewEconomy

Renewables surge through 60 per cent of Australia’s main grid for first time, as output of coal and network demand also hit new lows.
— Read on reneweconomy.com.au/records-smashed-as-renewables-break-through-60pct-coal-output-at-new-low/

AEMO now preparing grid for 100% wind and solar by 2025

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For sale: Used British nuclear submarines – Asia Times

It’s not like you can leave it in Aunt Edna’s backyard.

Britain has retired twenty nuclear submarines since 1980. None have been disposed of — repeat, none
— Read on asiatimes.com/2019/11/for-sale-used-british-nuclear-submarines/

(Surely no worries with Australian Aunt Edna’s yard?)

Britain has retired twenty nuclear submarines since 1980. None have been disposed of — repeat, none. Cost to keep in limbo is hideous but nothing compared to cost to dismantle.

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