Political systems decide what and what not to contest on a partisan basis. Surely Australia can be mature enough to agree on climate change
Labor vowed to ban ‘trans-shipping’ in reef waters after UN’s scientific body raised concerns about proposal in 2014
The clean energy revolution continues and solar is leading the charge. In a recently published report, the US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratories documented that the cost of utility-scale solar,...
From BNN.ca The Canadian Press A dump truck works near the Syncrude oil sands extraction facility near the city of Fort McMurray, Alberta , The Canadian Press CALGARY — A new technology that transforms heavy crude oil...
Nuclear plant construction facing further delays as unions declare plans to ballot civil engineers in row over bonuses
From The Daily Caller Michael Bastasch 9:16 AM 09/20/2017 A climate model expert told The Washington Post there would be “extra eyes really scrutinizing” a new study claiming climate models predicted more global warming...
Will Gardiner, the group’s chief financial officer, will take over in January as company focuses on gas, biomass and battery power
In a tiny south-eastern Ohio town in the Appalachian foothills, the Hazel Ginsburg Well is holding waste from out-of-state fracking operations – a sludge of toxic chemicals and undrinkable water
A day after Tony Abbott’s call for coal to be prioritised, the prime minister says the debate has seen too much ideology and ‘not enough competence’
Combined solar and pumped hydro generator set to provide quarter of shortfall from Liddell power station’s closure
New technologies, cost reductions and existing expertise can provide reliable energy. If only the sector wouldn’t have to do it in spite of our leaders
Australian Renewable Energy Index says state had almost 6,500 people working in renewables in August, ending NSW’s dominance of sector
We should be worried about the flood-proofing of our nuclear power plants, says Sue Roaf, while David Bridgewater argues for nuclear fusion, rather than fission...
IT's not the only monster lurking in the sewers. Beneath the streets of London lies the now-notorious "fatberg," a congealed mass of grease, oil, wet wipes and sanitary products that weighs as much as 11 double-decker buses....
Steel-making baron Sanjeev Gupta and climate change expert Ross Garnaut sound like strange bedfellows. But the pair are behind a plan to run four [?] steel mills across Australia on renewable energy.
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