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Categories : carbon price, climate change, coal, electricity generation, emissions, ETS, politics, renewable energy
[Yes, I realise that ‘The Lucky Country’ was an ironic term and one of the most widely abused/misused in Australian culture. But trust me, I’m being at least ironic.]
Apart from a need to just write something, anything, before 12 months elapses since I last did, this has been bugging me more and more lately.
Australia has become a fantasy land. Up is down, black is white; climate change doesn’t exist and we best burn more and more of that lovely coal. Read the rest of this entry »
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Tags: 2007 GHG inventory
Categories : climate change, electricity generation, emissions, lifecycle, transport
The Department of Climate Change released Australia’s latest national greenhouse gas accounts under the Kyoto Protocol reporting obligations, covering 2007 data. The National Greenhouse Gas Inventory , updated June 1, is on the DCC website along with online access to the major category data. Maybe it’s just me but they seem remarkably less easy to read, and the reporting categories have changed substantially.
So I’ve knocked up some charts to make the data simpler to understand.
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