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Superfund agrees to Net Zero following litigation
For the first time  a major Australian superfund has been sued over its handling of climate change.REST has agreed to se
8 November 2020 by Lynn Wood
 
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Climate Scenarios - Natural Disaster, Food Security & Corporate Risk
Climate & Peace Webinar -10th November 6pm. Climate is now a central issue for today’s business, in the cities, towns o
2 November 2020 by Jeremy Wright
 
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Off-roading with electric engines
When people think of electric engines, they usually think of cars not all the lower-volume vehicles with engines that will need to go electric to meet Government mandated emissions targets such as diggers on building sites, city street sweepers, farming tractors and harvesters and underground mining equipment. Irish start-up Xerotech has created the world’s first and only scalable off-the-shelf energy system for non-road mobile machinery. Xerotech’s battery system has been designed to get around the problem of affordability. Equipment manufacturers can pick and choose different battery, power and thermal components based on the needs of the machine it will power.
2 November 2020 by Louise Nealon...
 
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Countdown - TED-inspired Climate Solutions
Countdown is a global initiative initiated by the TED organisation to champion and accelerate solutions to the climate crisis. L
1 November 2020 by Jeremy Wright
 
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Bushfire Royal Commission Accountability Tracker
The Emergency Leaders for Climate Action (ELCA) have established an 'Accountability Tracker' to gauge the Federal Government'
1 November 2020 by Jeremy Wright
 
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A radical plan to address climate change by modifying the atmosphere
Climate change occurs because greenhouse gases trap the sun's energy in our atmosphere, causing that energy to warm the planet. A radical and controversial plan that would artificially modify the Earth's atmosphere to cool the planet is starting to gain traction Solar geoengineering seeks to reflect a small fraction of sunlight back into space, or increase the amount of solar radiation that escapes back into space, to cool the planet. In contrast to carbon geoengineering, solar geoengineering does not address the root cause of climate change. It instead aims to break the link from concentrations to temperatures, thereby reducing some climate damages.  
1 November 2020 by Lynn Wood
 
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