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Big UK savings potential from energy efficiency, study finds

The UK could wipe 10.9 billion pounds ($17 billion) off its annual energy bill by 2030 with the introduction of incentives designed to cut electricity demand during the switch to a low-carbon market, a study showed today. Read More
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New modelling promises Murray boost

Raising the amount of water returned to the environment to 3200 billion litres a year and finding ways around the flooding of private property, bridges and roads could significantly boost the health of the Murray-Darling basin’s wetlands and flood plains, new modelling has found
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When it comes to C02, what goes up, doesn’t come down

Greenhouse gas emissions rise when economies expand but don’t fall as quickly when recession strikes. Read More
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$24 Million plan for hub to pinpoint hungry appliances

HOUSEHOLDS could allow rival power companies to see when and how they use electricity under a $24 million plan to tackle soaring bills. Read More
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Australia, California in talks to link carbon trading

Australian and Californian government officials have pledged to work towards linking their nascent carbon markets, they said on Sunday. Speaking on a state visit to the US, Australia’s climate. Read More
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Why green entrepreneurs dont top our young rich lists

The annual survey of our young rich – the under 41-year-olds who already have more money than most of us ever dream of – has been released and it tells a similarly grim story. Read More
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Germany, UK to start early Phase 3 EU C02 auctions

Germany’s European Energy Exchange (EEX) and London-based ICE Futures Europe released details on Friday of the timings of early auctions of Phase Three European Union carbon permits on behalf. Read More
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Federal Government commissions scenarios for 100 renewables

The Federal Government (presumably under pressure from the Greens) has given the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) the job of coming up with a 100% renewable energy scenario for 2030 and 2050. Read More
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