It’s become clear that the energy future can and must include electric vehicles. A new report illustrates how they can help slash emissions.
Communities and local governments want zero emissions and 100% renewable energy targets and are leading the nation on climate action.
The opportunities for Australia in this transition to zero emissions are enormous. Transitioning from the fossil fuel era to the renewable energy era will bring a range of economic opportunities.
Gas was once considered a clean, green and cheap fuel. Now it is no longer clean, no longer green and certainly not cheap.
Communities have the power to press ahead with climate solutions and not be constrained by a national government of climate skeptics.
The closure of Alinta’s coal fired generators presents the opportunity to get on with building a CSP plant at Port Augusta.
Europe continues to lead the world on climate action as Australia lags further behind. Many countries now want to push for zero emissions by 2050.
Representatives from companies around the world met in Switzerland to discuss climate targets. Notably, no Australian company was present.
In last 18 months, agencies established to assist Australia deal with single greatest threat to our time have been disbanded, attacked, and defunded.
The momentum is building for a zero emissions goal to be incorporated into a climate agreement later this year.