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EV Explosion worldwide - Do we have to be the the laggards?
The worldwide Electric Vehicle market and technology is exploding. Australia is coming nearly last in the race. Norway EV sal
16 October 2021 by Jeremy Wright
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Global Green Energy Hydrogen Manufacturing Centre in Queensland
Accelerating the energy transition, Fortescue Future Industries is building a Global Green Energy Hydrogen Manufacturing Centre in Gladstone, "... the facility will double the world's green hydrogen production capacity, with the first stage expected to produce 2 gigawatts of hydrogen electrolysers each year. Electrolysers split hydrogen from water, producing emission-free energy."...MOREhttps://www.linkedin.com/posts/mariamacnamara_australia-will-soon-be-home-to-the-worlds-activity-6852875564622188544-_-Nz
10 October 2021 by Maria MacNama...

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An Australian Climate Action Pathway
CoP26 is coming soon. IdeaSpies proposes 12 points for Australia. Click to see ideas for each one:1. A Climate Policy2.&
4 October 2021 by Jeremy Wright

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Electric Trucks - Coming soon...
There are so many more delivery trucks crowding streets these days. Ecommerce has grown at a healthy rate before the pandemic, and COVID has further fueled society’s shift to online shopping. Those commercial trucks are a major source of the emissions and pollutants that contribute to global warming. Tesla have begun to bring electric cars into the mainstream, but the revolution has yet to take hold in commercial trucking in western countries. Volta (Sweden, France & UK based) has launched Zero as their first purpose-built, full-electric,16 ton commercial truck, designed specifically for freight distribution in city centers. https:/
2 October 2021 by Jeremy Wright

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Everything is at stake at COP26. But we can still stop global heating.
The world now has about a decade left to stop global heating. We are currently on track for temperature increases above pre-industrial levels of up to 4.5 degrees Celsius. When more than 190 signed the Paris Agreement in 2015, they dearly wanted no more than 2 degrees of heating, preferably 1.5 degrees. The only way to meet that aim is by adopting a reasonably safe carbon budget at COP26. All nations must work together to live within that budget. See why this is vital and how we can set a reasonably safe carbon budget and save the planet.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-exuQBnuFw&t=183s
30 September 2021 by Bronwyn Kelly

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New precision technology shows higher methane emissions
#methane | "Reducing methane going into the atmosphere is the most cost-effective way to reduce climate change today. We don't need major changes in technology, we don't need to find places where we can stick the methane deep into the earth, we can solve a lot of these problems right now, by just simply mapping where things are leaking and fixing it today."https://www.abc.net.au/7.30/methane-emissions-higher-than-previous-estimates/13561978
28 September 2021 by Maria MacNama...