Climate talks begin in Doha
The Doha talks are off and running and Australia reveals its Kyoto 2 commitments, we are told solar is a real option to overtake coal in Australia, and more.
We all participate in the 24 Hours of Reality, however it would seem the Australia government can’t participate in the climate talks in Doha; we want green energy but only if it’s cheap and in the meantime – sugar cane might be the answer.
Obama is back and in charge, businesses are accounting for their emissions, the White Paper is in and plenty of exciting things are happening in Europe.
This week wild weather is in the news, an Australian firm looks at exporting an off-grid renewable power plant to relieve islands from dependence on diesel, experts say not using our super as a method to mitigate climate change could be ‘in breach’ and the first carbon farming piggery is up and running.
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