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Re-energise Australia: A clean jobs summit for local government
Hosted by the Cities Power Partnership, this  Climate Council  event will bring together local government leaders and ex
12 August 2020 by angus-m-robin...
 
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What A Gas! Zero Emissions + 20% Growth Gain
The CSIRO is commercialising seaweed product found to accelerate cattle growth and cut their hefty greenhouse gas emissions to near zero. A potential long-term saviour for the global cattle industry, which stands accused of being a bigger greenhouse gas producer than all nations apart from China and the United States. A significant body of research shows adding even small amounts of the seaweed product to cattle diets can cancel out methane emissions – through burping and flatulence – while the reduction in digestion waste results in faster growth rates (an average of 20% increase in field trials). Source AFR 10/8/20
10 August 2020 by Glenn Barnes
 
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Charcoal seedballs restoring Kenyan forests
Kenya - Seedballs. They allow anyone to spread hundreds of tree seedlings in minutes and restore de-forested areas: https://afr10
9 August 2020 by Jeremy Wright
 
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Incorporating solar harvesting into the side of buildings to enhance energy sustainability
In research published in Renewable Energy ("Performance of wedge-shaped luminescent solar concentrators employing phosph
6 August 2020 by angus-m-robin...
 
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A Webinar on Climate & Peace
A discussion linking Climate Impacts, Trade policy and Security issues - a public webinar with 3 outstanding speakers. 6th August 6pm - Registration via the website: www.climateandpeace.com.au
22 July 2020 by Jeremy Wright
 
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Super Fund commits to Net Zero by 2050
The updated climate plan of the $52 billion Australian super fund HESTA involves reducing absolute carbon emissions across its inv
18 July 2020 by Lynn Wood
 
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