It would seem every Australian state has a radically different approach to renewable energy production and climate change abatement, more opinions about the ongoing discussions about RET, Australia’s carbon price is formally linked to the EU scheme, and an app you might not have yet. All this and more in The Week That Was...
Is Ms Gillard more popular, or just Mr Abbott less so? Is Australia is set to change in ways which will mean we will no longer recognise it as our home? And what is happening with the RET and check out those clean coal ads...
Photo: Elliott Brown
Yes, the headlines say being energy efficient saves us money. Hurrah! Except maybe the energy utilities who may not agree with that statement at face value. Are we going to sign Kyoto 2 and what sort of car does the Pope drive? All this and more this week
Our Australian-based Climate Leaders spend their precious spare time talking to their networks about how to tackle climate change. This is the story of Santos employee and Brisbane-based Climate Leader Scott Shomer, whose work for The Climate Reality Project has helped change the attitudes and behaviour of hundreds of people around him.
Hazelwood Power Station in the Latrobe Valley
This week, Pippa tells it like it is, Gina R makes a rare appearance telling us all we can’t afford a carbon price, but we should maintain low paid unskilled laborers and it is not good news on the Hazelwood shut down.
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