The only link that I could find at about that time was, paradoxically, the opposite of what I had remembered.
However, nuclear lobbyists have for a long time been promoting the idea that Australia has an ethical responsibility to import nuclear wastes.
Government interventions within the energy market to subsidise wind and solar have often caused more problems than they solved.
Gradually the electricity price will rise to reflect the higher cost wind generation that is being substituted for the non-subsidised supplies.
It is a combination of the collapse of transmission lines, the extreme variations in the power output of wind farms and the stability of an inter-connect to the state of Victoria.
Energy security is vital, but to single out renewable energy as the cause of the outage is like blaming the cows when the milk truck breaks down.
If Mr Turnbull had his way on continued use of coal, government would fail to realize its Paris commitment.
The report finds that at present our laws literally grant polluters a 'licence to kill' our reef and leave us and future generations with the mess and the clean-up bill.
We might as well stop panicking. After all, it isn’t good for our health, and it’s probably too late to panic anyway.
At high altitudes, the greenhouse gases provide the only mechanism for the radiation of heat from the atmosphere to space.
And I find myself saying, yet again, this awful, poorly argued, self-seeking paper has passed peer review? What have we come to in the journal world?
The difference between the official-adjusted maximum temperature for Rutherglen on 13th January 1939 versus the actual measured value is rather large - more than 5 °C.