If you're an experienced community sector worker and want to be part of the renewable energy transition through community created solutions - we'd love to hear from you! We're looking for our new Community Manager. ... See MoreSee Less
Screenworks is acting on climate change and is now powered by Enova Community Energy!
Screenworks promotes and advances the screen and film industry in regional, rural and remote Australia. Enova is a proud sponsoring partner and we thank Screenworks for coming on board as an Enova customer. ... See MoreSee Less
🌱Family farming businesses are on the front line of climate change. That's why we're proud to stand behind the farmers of the future and support their leadership and courage in the face of abject political failure. Over the next few days, we'll be showcasing a couple of our amazing farm kids - stay tuned to hear why the next generation of Australian farmers ar...
Was such an amazing turn out today in Byron Bay for the students #ClimateStrike
Mia Thom said I want our leaders to act like their house is on fire!
I think that sums things up quite well. Thank you to all the incredible youth and their voices bringing the state of #ClimateEmergency to the media in such a creative and direct manner 🙂
Byron Shire News CLIMATE CLASS ACTION: More than 500 local students, parents and supporters took part in this mornings Student Strike for Climate Action and March from Railway Park to Apex Park in Byron. ... See MoreSee Less
Here's ZEB, right in the midst of apparently 1300 people: kids, babies, parents, grandparents. Massive gathering and peaceful march this morning up the main street of Byron. Ended up in the park next to the surf club, just one of 1769 separate SCHOOL STRIKE 4 CLIMATE eruptions happening today in 112 countries, according to Greta Thunberg. ... See MoreSee Less
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and they are brain washed with the bullshit scam, and thses are the future of the country, oh hell
Gloucester coal mine blocked – but new coal projects still proliferating elsewhere in NSW. The executive director of the investor-action group Market Forces, Julien Vincent: Coal is not only an inferior economic option in today’s energy market, a new coal power plant would blow our climate change goals out of the water.
The Australian summer of 2018/19 marked the return of the Angry Summer with record-breaking heat and other destructive extreme weather events. The summer was characterised by prolonged, continental-scale heatwaves, hot days, drought conditions in eastern Australia and bushfires throughout Australia,...