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St Baker seeks $200 million in new fund focused on EVs, flying cars and energy
St Baker family seeks to replicate success of first energy innovation fund with a new $200m vehicle focused on the energy transition and electric mobility.
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Rich lister to fund lobby group to strengthen climate laws and accelerate transition
Alan Schwartz is investing millions into a group he hopes will bring together business and NGOs.
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UN warns against 'vampiric' global water use
Data breach: Energy industry is now one of major targets for cyber attack
New report finds threat of cyber attacks on Australia's energy industry and infrastructure is rising, particularly as digitisation and 3rd party controls come into play.
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Spark joins Australian offshore wind rush as part of new consortium
Spark Renewables joins forces with Simply Blue Group and Subsea7 to develop floating offshore wind projects in one of Australia's hottest new zones.
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What to expect when you’re expecting an El Niño (the answer might surprise you)
CP Daily: Tuesday March 21, 2023
Ending sewage dumping will mean higher water bills - report
Financials opening more short positions in RGGI due to growing allowance bank -analyst
California DEBs offset premium to double by 2030 -analysts
Antarctic ice age survival story: life seeking ice-free refuges imitates art in Ice Age, the movie
California battles heavy floods with more rain and wind to come
Battery industry could be worth $27 billion to Australian economy by 2030
The full battery opportunity won't be unlocked, however, unless Australia puts in the policy and industry legwork first.
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Difficulties in following the money impeding voluntary carbon market clarity, project climate value -experts
“World’s biggest” solar and battery storage offtake deal to deliver giga-scale projects
Saudi developer secures agreements to build three solar plus storage projects in one of the world’s largest power purchase deals.
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Officials challenged to drink town water where millions of fish died in Australian river – video
Officials at a heated town meeting in Menindee, outback New South Wales, are challenged to drink a mug of town water in front of the crowd after assuring the community that it meets Australian drinking water standards. The request is issued by Jan Fennell, a resident who says the town is tired of being given instructions by authorities without being granted meaningful involvement or reassurances
- Menindee residents ask officials to drink town’s water as reassurance after massive fish kill
- ‘All this here will kill this river’: traditional owners grieve for the Darling-Baaka after mass fish death
Number of city dwellers lacking safe water to double by 2050
UN report predicts water demand will increase by 80% as crisis threatens to get out of control
The number of people lacking access to safe drinking water in cities around the world will double by 2050, research has found, amid warnings of an imminent water crisis that is likely to “spiral out of control”.
Nearly 1 billion people in cities around the world face water scarcity today and the number is likely to reach between 1.7 billion and 2.4 billion within the next three decades, according to the UN World Water Development Report, published on Tuesday ahead of a vital UN summit. Urban water demand is predicted to increase by 80% by 2050.Continue reading...
Badger tunnels halt traffic on Dutch railways
No new fossil fuels? Australia has 116 new coal, oil and gas projects in the pipeline
The Australia Institute lists the nation's 116 new fossil fuel projects and the massive carbon bomb that they will set off if they all proceed as planned.
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