The UN Climate Conference in December is important but will not be the final word on how we are dealing with climate change.
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How does a single streetscape project turn into a community-wide energy independence effort? Tiny Bloomfield, Iowa, discovered the answer.
A ballot petition to increase access to solar power in Florida has gotten a lot of heat from groups across the state.
New Zealand's biggest power generator imagines a scenario where every home had solar PV, and every car was electric. And it sees no problems.
The owner of Hazelwood, Australia's dirtiest coal fired power generator, issues a "call to arms" against coal, and also predicts a radical energy transition that will see half of all energy sourced from local wind and solar and battery storage.
Indonesian govt says state budget for new renewable energy development could rise from $A212m in 2015, to $A1bn next year – a fivefold increase.
Spanish govt proposes self-consumption fee for solar households that add battery storage that would double the system's pay-back time. Law would also include an infringement penalty double that for leaking nuclear waste.
Wind farm companies invite Tony Abbott to visit a real wind farm, while Greg Hunt wrestles with aesthetics of a single turbine in his electorate.
Coalition describes Lambie speech damming climate science and praising nuclear as 'wonderful'. Leyonjhelm, Madigan and Muir also have their say on proposed renewable cuts.
Tony Abbott seems unwilling to accept environmental rationale for action on global warming, but he will have to accept economic and geo-political rationales.