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More Australians than ever before accept climate science and believe renewables are our energy future.
The more coal we burn, the more heatwaves and bushfires we'll get.
All politicians are being pleaded with to take politics out of energy security.
How to make America great again? Michael Mann has a one-word solution.
We can have endless discussions. Or we can stop wringing our hands and take action.
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It's not too late for the Government to put the EIS back on the table.
It'll be an expensive fight, and time is running out.
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Hazelwood’s closure is yet another wake-up call that Australia needs a national energy transition plan.
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'We are witnessing a transformation of global power.'
Today’s COAG meeting of energy Ministers should work towards a coordinated national plan to transform Australia’s energy system.
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As South Australian emergency workers seek to restore order to a state battered by extreme weather and an energy system unable to cope, plunging 70000 people into darkness, we need to ask why the Australian government isn’t better prepared to deal with the type of extreme weather climate scientists have been warning of for years.
While 70,000 people are sitting in darkness, the political debate trudges on.
Renewable energy is one of the best solutions to our greenhouse pollution -- as well as a solution for regions that need jobs.