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China’s fossil fuel transformation places axe over controversial Shenhua coal mine in New England

The politically toxic proposed coal mine at the centre of the election battle between Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce and Tony Windsor appears doomed after its Chinese owner outlined an accelerated transformation plan away from mining into cleaner electricity generation. China Shenhua, which owns the contentious Shenhua-Watermark project on the NSW

Our land and the Koala Capital of the world

Callum Golding travelled to Gunnedah to meet koalas and learn about the habitat destruction in the Leard and Pilliga for coal and coal seam gas projects. by Callum Golding Why do we see our environment as something so separate from us? The cut off and isolated ego, motivated by self-gain is a

Being a political Dinosaur

Political decisions affect all of us As a very ex-politician I am now a self-styled dinosaur – I find it hard to understand the times we are in. I don’t tweet, blog or use Facebook so I am removed from the world of social media. I don’t even listen to the ‘wisdom’

Investment in renewables is beginning to flow again

Infigen Energy CEO, Miles George, stated that investment in new renewable energy projects is beginning to ramp up. It appears that the energy market itself is largely responsible, and rising spot and forward prices for renewable energy are creating incentives for new builds. There has been a big change in attitude

US blocks India’s solar power plan

Sun-tracking discs at a vast solar thermal power plant in Rajasthan, India. Image: Brahma Kumaris via Flickr World trade regulations have been invoked by the US to challenge India’s ambitious programme to expand massively its renewable energy capacity and provide local jobs. LONDON, 27 February, 2016 – India has been told that

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