Category Archives: Environment
This morning’s hot media topic is energy security on the back of AGL’s decision to close the Liddell power station in 2022. The government is blaming the opposition and the same old blame game goes on. The decision was not … Continue reading
The Noongar season of Djilba is with us and flowers are springing up everywhere. Today we took a stroll on Wireless Hill Park, and the wild flowers were putting on a real show.
Local Government is again leading the way in Climate Action. Three Councils in metropolitan Melbourne have declared a Climate Emergency; Darebin, Moreland and Yarra City Councils. Darebin and Moreland have also come out against the Adani coal mine in the … Continue reading
Recently the energy debate in Australia has embraced two concepts that, up until now were pushed onto the fringes by politicians and media alike. In one week our PM is talking about battery storage and pumped hydro, with media … Continue reading
When I first signed up for Synergy’s Natural Power their webpage advised Synergy guaranteed that for every unit of Natural Power purchased at least one unit of renewable energy would by supplied to the grid (SWIS). The motivation for me … Continue reading