Pages tagged "Renewable Energy"
Help replace Australia's dirtiest coal-fired power station with renewable energy.
Hazelwood Power Station is the embodiment of Australia's failure to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions. Relative to its power output, it's one of the most polluting power stations in the world.
The community protest at Hazelwood held on sunday, 10/10/10, as part of the International Day of Climate Action, was a great success.
The state government has recently announced that it will cut our greenhouse emissions by 20% by 2020. This is a good start to begin the transition we need to build a low carbon future, but climate science tells us we must go much further.
So, how can we get there?
Find out at ourt free public forum, South Melbourne, Wed September 1.Read more
For the past 8 years environmentalist Brendan Condon has been working to build Australia’s first zero carbon housing project at Cape Paterson near Wonthaggi. This Ecovillage will build 200 highly sustainable houses.
Recently the project hit an eleventh hour hurdle with an independent planning panel. Please write a letter of support for this project.Read more
After waiting many months for the release of Coalition policies on the environment, Ted Baillieu's first foray into the realm of environment does not bode well for the Party in the build up to the state election.Read more
In the wake of Victoria’s warmest and driest winter on record, environment groups today called for new building standards to reduce emissions and water use, and to help the state’s homes and families cope with future temperature and price shocks.Read more
Join the community rally on Wednesday 6th May to call on the government to improve the solar lawsRead more
On 27 March 2009 people concerned about climate change around the country will be taking action at the office of their local federal Labor politician to tell them we need to reduce greenhouse emissions, not pay polluters.Read more
As we face a looming financial crisis, what are the threats and opportunities to social and environmental movements? Melbourne, February 14Read more