Coal seam gas extraction (fracking) remains a serious threat to Australia, despite the campaign against it stalling the rise of this industry for a while. Companies involved are still working on pressing ahead. Some of the nation’s best growing food areas are being targeted. People power can stop it.
Antarctica is melting three times faster than it was just 10 years ago. Climate change is real, very real — and it is devastating our planet. The United States must lead the world in transforming our energy system by moving aggressively to energy efficiency and sustainable energy. Continue reading Video: Antarctica melting three times faster than it was
By Jim Hayes
A lot of people are talking about the National energy Guarantee (NEG). As Malcolm Turnbull and his government pursue it, the opposition grows. Continue reading The NEG is a con that will deliver neither lower prices or cleaner energy
The following by Sarah Knapton and published in the Telegraph Uk (6 August 2018), provides a clear warning that humanity needs to step up and do much more to reduce Carbon emissions, if a catastrophic rise in the world’s temperature is going to be avoided.
By Ben Wilson
The Senate inquiry into the implications of climate change for Australia’s national security has come to the conclusion that the warming of the climate poses a greater risk to Australia’s security than anything else. Continue reading Inquiry says climate warming is greatest threat to security
Trailer for documentary film Sacrifice Zone
When your politicians abandon you, where do you turn? This chapter from the new ‘Sacrifice Zone’ documentary explores the web of incompetence, corruption and downright stupidity that has led to the Narrabri Gas Project being supported by politicians at multiple levels, despite the weight of community opposition and scientific evidence against it. Continue reading Video: Farmers are now feeling betrayed by the LNP over Coal Seam Gas and for good reasons
This article from From DW (13 February 2018) concerns the release of the findings of a study by the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), which is based in the United States. This adds to the mountain of evidence that shows the planet is warming. The co-authors on the study came from the University of South Florida, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Old Dominion University and the National Center for Atmospheric Research.
By Jim Hayes
Opponents of the Carmichael coal mine in Queensland’s Galilee Basin, and the associated Abbots Point rail and terminal, have just received some good news. Continue reading There has been a surge in opposition to Adani