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UN forecasts a Women's Leadership Programme for 2015

One big day of rain and all of Southern California’s dried-out and climate-confused folk scatter about for shelter under one umbrella topic: global warming.

Now, taking just one step back to look at it from a broader sense, … 260 more words

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Harper says 'it would be crazy economic policy' to regulate Big Oil

In 2010, Jim Prentice, then federal environment minister, assured Canadians that the Conservatives were committed to regulate Canada’s oil and gas industry. He said: “For those of you who doubt that the government of Canada lacks either the willingness or the authority to protect our national interests as a ‘clean energy superpower,’ think again,” … 405 more words

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SO MUCH HAS HAPPENED THIS WEEK. So lets start at the very beginning – a very good place to start. Earlier this week, the Federal Government’s energy policy took another hit, this time from Nobel Laureate and former US Energy Secretary to Obama, Dr Steven Chu, who was in town to accept an honourary Doctorate from ANU is an advocate of urgent transition from fossil fuels to nuclear and renewable energy to combat climate change. 458 more words

Sustainable Development

Nature Does Not Negotiate...

…Climate Catastrophe Is With Us Now

By Kumi Naidoo, Greenpeace

08 December 14

As Typhoon Hagupit hits the Philippines, one of the biggest peacetime evacuations in history has been launched to prevent a repeat of the massive loss of life which devastated communities when Super Typhoon Haiyan hit the same area just over a year ago. 845 more words

Climate Change

Lima, COP20 & Ireland's Fracking Future...

If you’ve been listening to/reading/watching the news at all this week you may have heard the term COP20 thrown around, although I wouldn’t be surprised if you haven’t. 939 more words

Politics

Julie Bishop has quietly restarted the nuclear power debate

Perhaps it is the state of the Australian energy industry, or pressure from other international actors, but something has made Foreign Affairs Minister Bishop dust off the old “nuclear Australia” debate and thrust it back into play. 642 more words

Sustainable Development

Student Activism is a Catalyst for Change

Published in Edinburgh University’s ‘The Student’ 28/10/2014

Climate change. We all know the risks of doing nothing, and yet we are all guilty of doing too little. 550 more words

The Student