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The Macedon Ranges Sustainable Living Festival is set to return in February 2015. But this time there’s something different. Is it possible that the Macedon Ranges Sustainable Living Festival has been affected by climate change? With 2014 likely to be, globally, the hottest year on record and as the intensity and frequency of extreme weather […]
The Chevy Bolt a battery only electric vehicle has been designed in Australia, but for an American market. The little take up in the Australian market could be due to there being no price subsidy. This article was published at Reneweconomy. The article can be found here. Holden’s Port Melbourne design team have designed a […]
The UK and Germany have seen new heights in their domestic wind energy production. This growth, and continuing growth is strongly related to policy and regulatory decisions. If Australia followed suit with sensible energy policy, we could enjoy the same transition in the coming years. This article was originally published by Climate Progress. It can […]
The Japan Meteorological Agency has been the first of four major groups to release data relating to global average temperatures. The data is clear reminder to Australia that it’s current climate policy may be insufficient to curb these trends. This article was published in Reneweconomy. The article can be found here. It’s official: 2014 has […]