Green energy

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Powershop to the people

Friday, 8 August 2014

An online retailer is allowing householders direct access to 100 per cent green power sources, and it's making a clear statement about Australia's Renewable Energy Target.

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Carrots for change

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

This issue’s G Challenge encourages you to hold fundraisers for renewable energy in your local hangout. The Australian Youth Climate Coalition’s Ellen Sandell explains just how easy it is!

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Opinion: Nuclear power

Tuesday, 6 March 2012

One year on from the Fukushima disaster, G ponders – should we go with nuclear power or stay well away?

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Applied Energy Efficiency course - Carbon Training International

Friday, 3 February 2012

Carbon Training International (CTI) is the developer of Australia's first nationally accredited workplace qualifications in carbon management. This course will help you understand the various energy efficiency opportunities available, as well as prepare you to build the business case to drive initiatives across your organisation that will deliver tangible business benefits. This short course is based on 1 of the 12 accredited units which make up the Certificate IV in Carbon Management.

Annie Leonard, The Story of Broke

Thursday, 10 November 2011

Sometimes it's hard not to get angry or jaded with environmental issues, except when the inspirational Annie Leonard shows how we could start building the future we want right now! Though chatting about the US system, this shows why our economies are NOT broke!

Nuclear-debate

Opinion: Nuclear power

Monday, 29 August 2011

It’s been a hotly debated topic in Australia for a while, given a push toward cleaner energy, and hit the headlines again on the back of the recent Fukushima nuclear crisis in Japan. So we put it to two Aussie experts; should we consider nuclear for our country’s energy future?

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Solar Bonus scheme cropped

Thursday, 28 October 2010

The NSW government says the Solar Bonus scheme has been too popular, and so the feed-in tariffs for solar-generated electricity have been reduced from 60 cents per kilowatt-hour to just 20 cents overnight.

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