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The People's Weather Report: New version for RN broadcast and revised text.

A re-worked version of my People’s Weather Report which will be broadcast on Radio National very soon. This version incorporates a revised spoken text and Fleurieu-centric field recordings. 519 more words

Standard Field Recording

Reply 8: Bill Shorten, Federal Leader of the Opposition, and Member for Maribyrnong, 16 October 2014

Not a bad letter from Bill Shorten, who is my local member. He lists his party’s achievements in supporting the Renewable Energy target since 2004, and notes that at four federal elections the scheme has enjoyed bipartisan support. 110 more words

RET

Reply 7 (sort of): John Madigan, Senator for Victoria, 18 October 2014

Senator John Madigan was the first (and, as of 20 October, the only) pollie to respond to my Twitter ‘Change of Tack‘. As a (now) Independent Senator I well imagine that he would receive a lot of mail. 855 more words

RET

The Renewables Strategy

Today’s great write from Greg Jericho:

…the Abbott Government has been extremely successful in making climate change policy more about electricity prices than about climate change.

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Politics

Bye Bye Coal and Coal-ition

An Australian company which invented a renewable energy electricity generator says it was forced to move its operation to Germany because of a lack of opportunities in Australia. 389 more words

Coal

Why you should be angry about the changes to the Renewable Energy Target

The Renewable Energy Target (RET) was a policy instituted by the Howard liberal government who (despite their many shortfalls) had the foresight to see that encouraging renewable energy investment was good economic and social policy. 803 more words

Climate Change

Look what we did on Friday!

On Friday, thousands of solar and renewable energy workers, solar owners and supporters rallied at Cabinet Ministers’ offices across the nation, in an unprecedented show of support for the Renewable Energy Target.
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