Walcha Energy tests market interest in massive renewables and storage project in northern NSW - the biggest in Australia's main grid.
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Ours to Save identified 308 species and subspecies but only 10% considered ‘globally secure’ or ‘apparently secure’
There are few animals more iconically Canadian than the moose and the beaver, and few plants more closely associated with the country than the maple leaf.
But while those species have long considered part of the nation’s ecological identity they are also found elsewhere.Continue reading...
Eight houses have been swept into the sea in Norway after a powerful landside near the town of Alta. The landslide was filmed by a local resident, Jan Egil Bakkedal – one of the houses that was lost belonged to him – who said he ran for his life when he realised what was happening.Continue reading...
Twenty thousand tonnes of diesel fuel spilled into a river inside the Arctic Circle forcing Vladimir Putin to order a state of emergency.
The spill occurred when a fuel reservoir at a power plant near the city of Norilsk collapsed on Friday. The plant is operated by a division of Nornickel, whose factories in the area have made the city one of the most heavily polluted places on EarthContinue reading...
ARENA receives a flood of applications in response to $70m hydrogen funding round, highlighting the enormous interest in renewable hydrogen.
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Scientists find coronavirus crisis has had little impact on overall concentration trend
Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere have risen strongly to a new peak this year, despite the impact of the global impacts of the coronavirus crisis.
The concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere reached 417.2 parts per million in May, 2.4ppm higher than the peak of 414.8ppm in 2019, according to readings from the Mauna Loa observatory in the US.Continue reading...
Transport and Environment says airline industry bailout should have green conditions attached
International flights taking off from the UK must be taken into account in the government’s calculations on reaching net zero emissions as part of a “green” recovery for the airline industry, a transport thinktank has urged.
The government has given loan bailouts to airlines totalling £1.5bn since the coronavirus outbreak, with no environmental conditions attached.Continue reading...
As the Australian rooftop solar market continues to boom, Stefan Jarnason from Solar Analytics joins the podcast to discuss the new monitoring guide, and why it’s good for consumers.
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