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conference in Jinzhou City, ea st of Beijing,
for mayors from around the world. They were
greeted by a city hillside covered in solar panels,
and photovoltaics e verywhere els e! Growing
conviction that we mu st do something.
But we are living with contradiction s.
Too many. G enerous subsidies to fossil fuel
companies , Climate Change Units being
def unded within state governments, c oa l
polluters provided with ta x loophole s, logging
industries exempt from Commonwea lth
threatened specie s protections, state f unding
a xed for a Environmenta l Defender Office,
researchers not being able to get funds to
model the impact of climate change on
biodiversity values. A stonishingly, s tate
governments who have shown little interest
in the environment are now making
preparations to show Ca nberra a lot
of money (in Western Australia reportedly
a billion dollars) in order to tempt
the Commonwea lth into giving back
The Climate Commission has told
us: this is the Critical Decade. And if we
don’t act when we should, and if various
governments go about undoing the little that
has been done, f uture Au stra lians will have
the right to be very critical of us indeed.
Climate change is not an interesting fact:
a cting on it must be the most responsible ,
orga nising principle of our generation.
rene wables . A million Australian households
now produce ele ctricity on their roof s. G erman
scientist s have ju st developed the most efficient
lithium ion battery yet – one that can be
recharged e very day for 27 years without
needing to be replaced. In Spain a sol ar power
plant provides base load power, and in Nevad a
a similar installation is being built – six times
larger, to provide cle an energy.
Wind power now is competitively
priced against coal, perhaps explaining the
“a stroturf ” opposition to it. The light rail
revolution is around the corner – the Gold
Coast will get its first in 2014 and the City
Council already wa nts to extend ser vic es to
Something needs to happen. The talk is
everywhere, like last month’s coastal cities
“It is quite clearly documented
that during the heatwave in
Victoria in 2009, the death
rate went up by 50%-60%,
accompanying the period of
Dr George Crisp
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