If you’re in NSW, it’s time to nominate yourself or your organisation for the Green Globe Awards. Now in its 20th year, the NSW Government’s Green Globe Awards celebrate and recognise leadership, commitment and innovation in sustainability and environmental protection. Nominations close on 10 July 2019. Nominate here: www.environment.nsw.gov.au/greenglobes Tag: #greenglobes20years ... See MoreSee Less
Check out our new blog post on the impact of food waste on climate change and our support of Liberation Larder.
You can nominate for Enova Community Energy to donate $50 to Liberation Larder on your behalf when you #maketheswitch to Enova - to support people in need. Each $50 donation helps Liberation Larder make about ten meals from rescued or donated food. ... See MoreSee Less
Great job so glad you are doing such a greatly need thing for the community.
We are so grateful to have your support. Thanks very much.
Great shot of you all.
I wish that the council would switch to using Enova we get charged $25 just to read our individual meters, that's a third of my three months bill, and not just for the saving but it support local business,
Fair bit of climate change underway now with the mine approved today ? Our dear god Al Gore had no effect on the desperate ALP types in Brisbane. Kissing his hand while approving the mine? A touch hypocritical ? They are doomed as is the climate scam.
Since the privatisation of Victoria's coal-fired power stations in the 1990s, the Latrobe Valley has struggled with high unemployment. But a workers' group has decided not to wait around for new jobs to appear.
Germany, the world’s fourth biggest consumer of coal, aims to shut down all 84 of its coal-burning plants that produce 40% of the country’s electricity within the next 19 years in order to meet its international commitments in the fight against climate change, a government commission said Saturd...
SORT OF FAKE NEWS There is a report out that says a German government appointed commission has agreed to the phasing out of all germany’s coal power stations by 2038, provided that €40billion over 20 yrs is given to regions that rely on coal production and the government pays €2bn per year to offset expected electricity price rises. This money would of course come from the tax payers. The plan may be implemented by future governments. No mention of when/if the present government will start implementation.