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Gippsland Climate News & Views June
By Portal Admin - 4th July 2017 - Back to NewsBe aware of what's happening to our environment in Gippsland. Listed here are Peter Gardner's climate news and views at Gippsland for the month of December. Read on for his articles.
28.6 Mirboo North joins fight to stop Queensland mega coal mine by Marg Thomas this article is very popular on the social media
Growing opposition in the Mirboo North district to the proposed Adani Carmichael coal mine was shown when a screening of Guarding the Galilee attracted over 45 people, despite the threat not being in their own backyard.
25.6 GCCN and Community Energy
Along with more than 20 others I attended the Gippsland Climate Change Network (GCCN) meeting held recently at East Gippsland Water’s (EGW) office in Bairnsdale where the theme was Community Energy.
21.6 'Our Weird Weather' by Aileen Vening
The purpose of my presentation ‘Our Weird Weather’ was firstly to tease out examples of recent weather in Australia that could fit within this definition.
18.6 Climate Change: Debate and Trust
Recently a member of my family was surprised when I informed her that there was no debate about global warming and that it was merely the consequence of basic physics.
14.6 Off grid on Shoestring by Kay Schieran solar house at Sunrise farm W Tree
I have been off grid for over 30 years, starting with just one 40W panel made in Australia from American components.
11.6 Offshore Wind Farm for Gippsland?
In the news across the media recently has been the bold plan to erect up to 250 wind generators on offshore Gippsland.
4.6 Longford Gas Plant Locks in Further Global Warming Part 1 by Cam Walker
ESSO has officially opened its new gas conditioning plant at Longford in Gippsland, promoting it as the largest domestic gas project on Australia’s eastern seaboard, and one that will give certainty to the state’s gas supplies for about 40 years.
7.6 Longford Gas Plant Locks in Further Global Warming Part 2 by Cam Walker
Anyone who is paying attention to climate science knows that the time for any form of new fossil fuel development is over.)
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About Peter Gardner
Peter is a resident of East Gippsland for almost forty (40) years. He is a member of the Friends of the Library, U3A, East Gippsland Historical Society, Ensay CFA. Swifts Creek/Ensay Landcare Group, the Gippsland Environment Group, the Alternative Technology Association, the Australian Conservation Foundation and the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History.
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