Australia's greenhouse gas emissions show 'disturbing increase' amid record global heat www.smh.com.au/environment/un-climate-conference/paris-2015-australias-greenhouse-gas-emissions-show-disturbing-increase-amid-record-global-heat-20150821-gj4nl7.html?utm_content=bufferef238&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer
Renewable energy expense attacked as Australia gifts $41 billion to fossil fuels. The IMF has projected Australia will subsidise coal, petroleum and gas consumption by a whopping $41 billion in 2015. That is almost two per cent of Australia’s gross domestic product. Photo: Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten speaks at a press conference during a visit to Vestas Wind Systems
People power has shut the doors on fracking in the UK
PRESTON 29th June 2015: Anti-fracking campaigners celebrating outside county hall in Preston after Lancashire county council rejected Cuadrilla's application to frack for shale gas at two sites - Little Plumpton and Roseacre Wood - in the county. People power shut the doors on fracking in the UK.
From 2020 onwards, the predicted increase in drought frequency is estimated to cost Australia $7.3 billion annually, reducing the nation’s GDP by 1% per year. | ‘Climate Change 2015: Growing Risks, Critical Choices’ - published by Climate Council
Petition: let Premier Daniel Andrews know that you expect his government to take serious action to protect our environment and achieve greenhouse emission reductions.
Canada Has 75 Local Governments ‘Unwilling To Host’ Wind Farms
Canada Has 75 Local Governments 'Unwilling To Host' Wind | The Daily Caller
The Next Genocide
The Next Genocide - NYTimes.com
The world wide statistics show that July 2015 is the hottest July since records began. We can't afford to keep getting hotter.
Earth is 'experiencing a global warming spurt'
Scientists say cyclical changes in the Pacific Ocean have thrown Earth’s surface into what may be an unprecedented warming spurt, following a global warming slowdown that lasted about 15 years
The Australian think-tank the Climate Institute says there are two key things to consider. The first relates to population – how much will Australia be emitting per person under the new target? The second relates to the economy – how much will it be polluting for every dollar of gross domestic product earned? Australia, you may not be shocked to learn, is a world-leader in both categories.