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Australia Wilts From Climate Change. Why Can’t Its Politicians Act?

Australia Wilts From Climate Change. Why Can’t Its Politicians Act? SYDNEY, Australia — Mile after mile of the Great Barrier Reef is dying amid rising ocean temperatures. Hundreds of bush fires are blazing across Australia’s center, in winter, partly because of a record-breaking drought. The global scientific consensus is clear: Australia is especially vulnerable to …

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New Energy Jobs and Investment Prospectus launched

The Prospectus highlights the Latrobe Valley’s clean energy potential, existing supply chain, workforce capabilities and potential market for new energy technologies and services for industry and investors. It aims to encourage jobs and investment for renewable energy and new energy technologies in the Valley. They appreciated your feedback into the process whether it was by …

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2016–17 National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting emissions and energy data is now available

The Clean Energy Regulator today released the 2016–17 National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting data. Each year, Australian corporations that meet certain thresholds are required to report their emissions and energy information to the Clean Energy Regulator. This data helps inform government policy and programs and meet Australia’s international reporting obligations. In 2016–17, corporations reported a …

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Why it’s more important than ever that Victorians keep recycling

China recently announced it will restrict some recycling imports, so it’s more important than ever for Victorians to recycle correctly. China has not completely banned the import of all recycled plastic and paper, but now requires a cleaner and more processed version of these materials. Find out why this makes it more important than ever …

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