Issue date : Mon 16 November, 2020
Estimated Reading Time : 05 Min 16 Seconds
Number of items : 62
Hydrogen heating up Australia's exports ambitions: Taylor
The Age
Mon 16 November, 2020
The hydrogen industry is being urged to work with the federal government and its international partners on ambitious plans for an export boom in lower emissions technology.
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Economic recovery should not be cooking with gas: new analysis
The Sydney Morning Herald
Mon 16 November, 2020
State governments should put a moratorium on connecting new homes to gas and the federal government should abandon its gas-fired economic recovery as the fossil fuel will soon be economically and environmentally unviable, says one of Australia's leading energy analysts.
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The Guardian
Benefits of Coalition’s ‘gas-led recovery’ overstated and declining usage inevitable, report finds
The Australian Financial Review
'Plan for a future without gas': Grattan
Yahoo News
Promise of cheap gas called into question
Perthnow
The Canberra Times
The Newcastle Herald
The West Australian
The Daily Telegraph
Grattan institute finds cheap gas gone for good, calls for switch to electricity
The Advertiser
The Courier Mail
Energy Magazine
Natural gas no longer the way, report says
Expense and emissions may see household use of gas flame out
The Sydney Morning Herald
Mon 16 November, 2020
Despite the federal government’s promise of a ‘gas-fired recovery’ from the COVID-19 recession, the future of natural gas in Australia is far from assured. The industry faces serious economic and environmental challenges.
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Major union tells Labor to get over 'self-indulgent diversion' in climate debate
The Sydney Morning Herald
Mon 16 November, 2020
One of the country's major blue-collar unions has backed Labor leader Anthony Albanese in the party's widening rift over climate policy, declaring zero sum battles over coal do not help workers keep their jobs.
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What climate wars? The Coalition's ship is changing tack
The Sydney Morning Herald
Mon 16 November, 2020
There is a widespread view that a Biden presidency will create a real challenge for Australia's government on climate change. I disagree. No doubt Australia will be pressed. Joe Biden has an ambitious climate agenda. A $US2 trillion package over four years with a commitment to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. The United States will resume leadership in the Paris Agreement and bolster international momentum on climate change.
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Corporate Australia has not grown an ethical spine - it's just more risk averse
The Sydney Morning Herald
Mon 16 November, 2020
It would be way too simple to characterise the departure of Nine Entertainment boss Hugh Marks in the wake of a relationship scandal as evidence that corporate Australia has grown a conscience or an ethical spine.
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Alternative funds in Asia Pacific need to address new challenges
Money Management
Mon 16 November, 2020
Alternative funds managers in Asia Pacific need to focus on the challenges of growth in a COVID-normal environment which will include environment, social and governance (ESG) products and diversity and inclusion (D&I), these were the results of the 2020 EY Global Alternative Fund Survey.
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Bridging the gap between producers and consumers
Farm Weekly
Mon 16 November, 2020
The highly complex nature of Australian supply chains is increasing the knowledge divide between livestock producers and end consumers on animal welfare practices and outcomes, posing significant challenges for the future sustainability and profitability of Australia's beef industry.
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Giving textile offcuts purpose – Queen of Raw launches in Australia
Inside Retail
Mon 16 November, 2020
Queen of Raw, an online marketplace for sustainable and deadstock fabrics, is launching in Australia, inviting designers, retailers and consumers to buy and sell unused textiles on its global platform.
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Brisbane and Sydney brace for heatwave as strong winds lash southern states
News.com.au
Mon 16 November, 2020
NSW and Queensland are expecting temperatures up to 16 and 14 degrees above average on Monday as a heatwave sweeps across the eastern states.
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The Australian
The Courier Mail
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The Herald Sun
The Weekly Times
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Barnesy and ONJ turn screws on fragile Libs-Nats truce over koala laws
The Daily Telegraph
Sun 15 November, 2020
Celebrities are piling pressure on the state government to restore controversial koala habitat protections scrapped as part of a fragile peace deal between the Liberals and the Nationals.
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The Herald Sun
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Public money guarantees 'risky' fossil fuel projects: experts
Yahoo News
Sun 15 November, 2020
Energy firms are undertaking financially risky natural gas extraction projects from the Arctic to Africa made feasible by government-backed loans and guarantees, jeopardising efforts to curb global warming, experts say.
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Birds Appear to Beat The Heat Stress of Climate Change Better Than We Thought
Science Alert
Sun 15 November, 2020
Climate change is testing the resilience of our planet's birds. While tropical avian species appear especially vulnerable to habitat loss, drought, natural disasters, and declining prey, new research suggests they can withstand heat waves quite well.
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'It's a no brainer': Recovery budget should have an environmental edge
The Age
Sat 14 November, 2020
The home that engineer Richard Keech and his family bought 20 years ago was – like many in Melbourne – an energy efficiency nightmare: poorly insulated, draughty and expensive to heat and cool.
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Climate change not a vote issue in Queensland
The Australian
Sat 14 November, 2020
The poll shows that climate change was not a driver of votes at the Queensland election, with the state Labor campaign having run virtually dead on the issue
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Britain to ban sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2030: reports
The Sydney Morning Herald
Sat 14 November, 2020
London: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson plans to announce next week a ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2030, five years earlier than previously planned, the Financial Times has reported.
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Australia's leaders are lagging behind on climate
The Canberra Times
Sat 14 November, 2020
Australia is experiencing climate change now and warming is set to continue, according to the Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO's 2020 State of the Climate report released yesterday.
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Why restricting climbing in Gariwerd is short sighted
The Age
Sat 14 November, 2020
Most of us have experienced moments in life of incredible beauty - when you leave the everyday behind and know exactly who you are and what matters. For me, this happens when I am rock climbing in a natural, wild landscape.
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Why the Biden presidency will be a boon for sustainable investment
The Age
Sat 14 November, 2020
For Trillium chief executive Matthew Patsky, Joe Biden's victory in becoming America's 46th president means not only will his business boom, but he can talk to his father again.
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ANZ ‘not dragging its heels on climate’
The Australian
Sat 14 November, 2020
ANZ Bank has rejected claims by climate activist group Market ­Forces that it’s lagging rivals in responding to climate change.
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Environmental and social platform is key
Farm Weekly
Sat 14 November, 2020
FOR agribusinesses to have long-term success, they need to have environmental and social governance (ESG).
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SA trees: Professor Chris Daniel's vision for an urban future
The Advertiser
Sat 14 November, 2020
Esteemed South Australian urban ecologist Professor Chris Daniels has a vision for what Adelaide’s neighbourhoods should look like – and it’s a 200m stretch of road in the city’s inner
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Songs, sounds and the life of birds
Cosmos
Sat 14 November, 2020
On the one hand, scientists have found that zebra finches have a surprisingly good memory for dozens of different bird songs. Birds that live in forests, on the other hand, can be disrupted by human-made sounds – as well as light pollution.
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Indigenous rangers bringing wildlife back from extinction
The Age
Sat 14 November, 2020
The southern tip of Jervis Bay on the NSW South Coast is geographically a peninsula, but for wildlife it's more like an isolated island haven circled by both feral pests and the recent bushfires.
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WAToday
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Flagship $500m carbon farming project a 'disaster': Peak producers group
The Brisbane Times
Sat 14 November, 2020
Queensland's flagship $500 million policy to boost carbon farming is a “disaster” that must be redesigned to help farmers reduce carbon emissions, says the chief of the peak body representing producers.
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Can we control where lightning strikes?
Cosmos
Sat 14 November, 2020
Pioneering laser technology could be used to tame lightning and control where it strikes the ground, according to an international team of scientists.
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Hard-hit Central America in crosshairs of another hurricane
Yahoo News
Sat 14 November, 2020
Honduras, Guatemala and Nicaragua announced evacuations Friday as a second major hurricane in days closed in on Central America with the region still reeling from deadly storm Eta last week.
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