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  • EcoNetwork rejects coal seam gas mining

    EcoNetwork is opposed in principle to the exploration and extraction of coal seam gas. We believe it is incompatible with the protection of the environment in Port Stephens and that production would pose an unacceptable risk to irreplaceable groundwater supplies, create huge volumes of highly saline wastewater and industrialise the landscape. Our policy has been reaffirmed in motions carried at two general meetings: 9 December 2011 GM: This meeting of EcoNetwork extends its congratulations to the Fullerton Cove ...

    Posted at October 7, 2012 | By : | Categories : Gas,Latest News,Position papers | 0 Comment
  • The end of the industrial revolution

    Paul Guilding, author of The Great Disruption, believes we have entered a transformative epoch that spells the end of the Industrial Revolution. Read his fascinating account in Giles Parkinson's RenewEconomy here.  

    Posted at August 24, 2012 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
  • Energy storage breakthrough

    A Murdoch University team is developing a water-based, sodium-ion battery it hopes will help solve one of renewable energy's greatest challenges. Read Sophie Vorrath's article in Reneweconomy here.

    Posted at August 9, 2012 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
  • Old King Coal

    The latest data on global investment in new power production shows the dramatic decline in fossil fuel investment, and an astonishing increase in renewables investment, according to Peter Newman, Professor of Sustainability at Curtin University. Check out his research in The Conversation here.

    Posted at May 15, 2012 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
  • The great gas swindle

    Big energy companies and others are spinning the idea of 'transition gas', but it's time we realised the smartest option is to gradually replace coal with an entirely renewable rollout, says Matthew Wright of Beyond Zero Emissions in Climate Spectator. Read his report here.

    Posted at March 20, 2012 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
  • Long-term action is needed to protect pipi populations

    EcoNetwork-Port Stephens has called on the New South Wales Government to adopt more rigorous policies to protect pipi populations, which are in serious decline on the Australian east coast. See letter by Dr Bruce Pease to Katrina Hodgkinson MP, Minister for Primary Industry in Position papers.

    Posted at March 12, 2012 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
  • Report of marine parks review welcomed

    Media release: EcoNetwork-Port Stephens welcomes the recommendations of the 124-page Independent Scientific Audit Report on NSW Marine Parks released on February 16, 2012. The most fundamental of its many recommendations include: The current system of Marine Parks as established in NSW be maintained and mechanisms be found for enhancing the protection of biodiversity in identified gaps, namely within the Hawkesbury and Twofold Shelf Marine Bioregions. Bringing the governance of the NSW Marine Estate (all marine and estuarine waters ...

    Posted at March 11, 2012 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
  • Australia’s energy future – an expert view

    'In a predominantly renewable energy supply mix, we find that the concept of ‘base-load power station’ is redundant. The important result is that renewable energy mixes can give the same reliability of the whole generating system in meeting demand as the existing polluting fossil-fuelled system.' In Climate Spectator, Mark Diesendorf,  Associate Professor and Deputy Director of the Institute of Environmental Studies at UNSW, debates the Grattan Institute report 'No quick fix for Australia's ...

    Posted at March 7, 2012 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
  • Coal seam gas in perspective

    Just how big is coal seam gas (csg) mining in Australia? What are the benefits and the potential costs of the industry's expansion? ABC News Online has launched an informative website that has upset the csg industry. Click here to check it out.

    Posted at January 23, 2012 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
  • Climate change and the end of Australia

    Want to know what global warming has in store for us? Just go to Australia, where rivers are drying up, reefs are dying, and fires and floods are ravaging the continent. So says Jeff Goodell in Rolling Stone magazine. Read the full story here.

    Posted at December 21, 2011 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
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