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John Englart EAM πŸŒπŸ’¦
Citizen Journalist, reluctant warrior, Convenor , parent, πŸš΄β€β™‚οΈ, NTEU, Eureka Australia Medal. NGO observer πŸŒπŸ’¦
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John Englart EAM πŸŒπŸ’¦ 1h
β€œsome of the new wind farms in Victoria’s north west are running at half capacity because the transmission system cannot handle all the power they are capable of producing.” Victoria breaks away from national grid rules
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Melbourne Way 17h
Councillors just voted unanimously in favour. πŸš²β™»οΈ
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Peter Khalil MP 5h
A thriving arts sector is the heart and soul of any society. We have all experienced the feeling when creative work inspires you, motivates you, or makes you think. Its a feeling that is almost indescribable. And yet, the Government cuts funding at any chance they get.
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πŸ’§ Tim Buckley 13h
So vote recognises the costs of outweighs the benefits to : coal’s land and infrastructure footprint is too high; is cheaper; air pollution is killing Indians; and water scarcity is rising!
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John Englart EAM πŸŒπŸ’¦ 2h
Replying to @Drizt81 @VicRoads and 2 others
Might as well make one side a dedicated separated bike lane for the next 18 months of closure. Some vulnerable cyclists such as parents with kids switching to cars adding to traffic and parking congestion as no safe, direct cycle detour route
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Bernie 3h
So how does choosing technology of diesels for new commonwealth car fleet fit with policy to deliver clean technology?
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Manchester Climate 14h
In an emergency, you communicate with your team when things go wrong. So, if you advertise a 196k post and then don't appoint anyone, you say you didn't, you explain why, you explain your next moves. Anything less shows contempt for "emergency."
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John Englart EAM πŸŒπŸ’¦ 2h
Replying to @marcsrhudson
Grrr
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John Englart EAM πŸŒπŸ’¦ 3h
Hot off the press! Too Darn Hot Times is out!
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Andrew B Watkins Feb 17
There goes the MWP; no β€˜recent’ natural climate change has seen global consistency in temps β€œ...anthropogenic global warming is not only unparalleled in terms of absolute temperatures, but also unprecedented in spatial consistency within the context of the past 2,000 years.”
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John Englart EAM πŸŒπŸ’¦ 15h
Replying to @windjunky
So Medieval Warm Period was decidedly a cool period for the whole of Indigenous Australia.
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John Englart EAM πŸŒπŸ’¦ 15h
ABC news report on : direct action in Lusatia in Germany. Coal is being phased out, not if but when.
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James One 17h
First time I've ever agreed with Greg Sheridan. "You need to get out a bit more mate!" We're actually *really* good at high tech industry, including complex manufacturing! The associated suppliers could have been our future opportunity to make EV's.
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jansant 17h
A race between two Billionaires? Sanders is the Democratic front runner with by far the strongest movement behind him, .
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John Englart EAM πŸŒπŸ’¦ 17h
I find myself agreeing with Greg Sheridan on value of Australian manufacturing adding essential value to raw materials. Now-a-days much of this manufacturing would be on robotic production lines supervised by skilled workers
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John Englart EAM πŸŒπŸ’¦ 21h
30km/h speed limit trial for Moreland residential streets - Sign the Petition! to Alexander Sheko at Council who is implementing MITS (Traffic Strategy) for . via
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Assaad Razzouk Jan 22
Coal-fired power generation disappears slowly, then all at once: Coal generation declined 42% across 7 European economies in 2019, with Spain burning 70% less coal in 2019 than a year earlier! For your information, Australia, China, Vietnam and Indonesia
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Assaad Razzouk Jan 11
Not just the UK: Coal collapsed in Spain, too: At less than 5% of total generation, Spain’s coal sector is now 85.6% smaller than in 2002, when coal was at its peak If Spain and the UK can do, anyone can do it (are you listening Australia) (via )
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JohnQuiggin Feb 3
Spain has taken just one year to manage a transition from coal that was expected to require a decade
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