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With Barbers Point as the aggregation, storage and distribution center, hydrogen can load-balance intermittent renewable electricity generation on Oahu.
by Stewart Taggart - 1/09/2015 - 5 comments
Every spring there are fewer little birds. Wrens and tits, which were quite plentiful in our garden twenty years ago, seem to have gone.
by Valerie Yule - 31/08/2015 - 9 comments
Building enough solar and wind power to meet Labor's new target would cost the country 80 to 100 billion dollars.
by John Slater - 28/08/2015 - 38 comments
At present, China is home to the world’s largest dustbowl and 16 of the world’s 20 most polluted cities.
by Asher Judah - 27/08/2015 - 11 comments
Prominent scientists cite dramatically different numbers when estimating the rate at which species are going extinct.
by Fred Pearce - 26/08/2015 - 8 comments
Just for fun I used my ‘favourite search engine’ and got the following results for the numbers of hits coming from the phrase ‘crisis in Australian …’
by Don Aitkin - 17/08/2015 - 36 comments
Stopping Adani would abate no net carbon dioxide emissions. Stopping Adani may, however, raise the price of electricity for poor Indians.
by Gary Johns - 13/08/2015 - 30 comments
Should we, as educated Australians, tolerate, or refuse to think clearly about the massive global problems the use of uranium has caused?
by Linley Grant - 6/08/2015 - 16 comments
James Hansen, the former NASA climate scientist, wrote in 2011: 'Suggesting that renewables will let us phase out rapidly fossil fuels is almost the equivalent of believing in the Easter bunny.'
by Gary Johns - 29/07/2015 - 81 comments
The Abbott Government has cause a mild stir within the passionate alternative energy community by asking the Clean Energy Finance Corporation not to put any more money into wind-power.
by Don Aitkin - 28/07/2015 - 19 comments
In March this year, Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane called on landowners across Australia to nominate their land to host a radioactive waste management facility.
by Anica Niepraschk - 23/07/2015 - 36 comments
When the 'environmentalists' first pushed for the development of renewable energy, mainly in the form of wind farms, no one considered what the farms could do.
by Graeme Weber - 21/07/2015 - 15 comments

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