This week – yet more chat about what Rudd might do to the carbon price and when he might do it. At the same time, renewable energy replaces diesel engines on King Island, we are likely to know when the Arctic will be ice free and the IPCC have enough to deal with; surely.
Melbourne Uni student, Samaneh (Sam) Shokravi, trained as a Climate Leader in Istanbul last month.
This week – there has been a lot of writing about the carbon price – oops – emissions trading scheme – some good news and some bad and can waste be energy efficient?
This week – Mr Abbott launches his green army, the discussion around ETS vs carbon price continues, as do discussions around the implications of both. Yet more on what impacts are likely if we don’t fix climate change, and - are we soon to see the end of climate deniers being given air time?
This week – holy moly, it is all go in Canberra. Yet more studies tell us that climate change will mean havoc for us humans and creatures alike, the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) funds another wind farm and what ever happened to Lonesome George the tortoise?
This Week in Climate Change (formally The Week That Was), a weekly review of climate change politics, policy, innovation and science from Climate Reality Leader Andrew Woodward. @climatecomm