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There are two difficulties, intermittency and the same winds blowing across state borders causing correlated variations in the supply of wind power.
by Tom Quirk and Paul Miskelly - 9/12/2016 - 21 comments
This essay is a discussion about two books, widely different in their story. Each was given to me by its author, a friend.
by Don Aitkin - 8/12/2016 - 11 comments
Lawns reflect a 200-year-old Romantic dream of fusing ourselves with nature. Yet that very dream now poses a major threat to the nature it so lovingly celebrates.
by Valerie Yule - 8/12/2016 - 20 comments
In 2008 the student-run QUT Guild's endowment lost almost 50 per cent of its net worth overnight when it attempted divestment from resource investments.
by John Slater - 6/12/2016 - 5 comments
Worldwide there are 350 gigawatts of coal projects currently under construction, and 932 gigawatts of pre-construction coal proposals in the pipeline.
by Nicola Wright - 28/11/2016 - 30 comments
The Liberal opposition is happy to employ rhetoric usually only uttered by the local Greens and anti-nuclear activists in opposing Premier Jay Weatherill's vision.
by Haydon Manning - 25/11/2016 - 6 comments
I was one of 25,000 people randomly selected via Austria Post listings who received an invitation to participate and was one of around 1200 who expressed interest.
by Tony Webb - 18/11/2016 - 24 comments
Hurry, you hippies, hucksters and hallucinogenic fellow travellers, hurry. Be quick, if you want a free ride on the Marrakech Express.
by Michael Kile - 17/11/2016 - 9 comments
The Jury's conclusions aside, nuclear industrialists remain eternal optimists. Also on Simplify Day, they will converge on Adelaide for the first ever Australian Nuclear Fuel Cycle conference.
by Dan Monceaux - 9/11/2016 - 12 comments
On November 6th, to the surprise of all, South Australia's Nuclear Citizens Jury came up with a report that overwhelmingly rejected the government's plan for importing and storing high level nuclear waste.
by Noel Wauchope - 8/11/2016 - 17 comments
Despite the loss of 750 jobs power station jobs, the Andrews Government appears intent on declaring new national park/s that could significantly imperil the state’s timber industry.
by Mark Poynter - 7/11/2016 - 8 comments
Wind power is already cheaper and if coal subsidies and externalities are fully accounted for in the cost of electricity, solar would compare favourably with coal power.
by John Iser - 3/11/2016 - 52 comments

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