In 2028 Beth Mellick , President of the School Council, wrote this article outlining how the school student body managed to win 50KW of solar Panels for their school. The Sun shines on Castlemaine Secondary… Read More »How Castlemaine Secondary College Students won Solar Panels for their school
Mt Alexander Net Zero Working Group member, Heather Cummins, interviews students from CSC. Heather: “Tell me about Vote 16! Campaign” Sally: “Well, as Castlemaine Secondary College students we’re launching a VOTE 16 campaign: we’re campaigning… Read More »An Interview with Castlemaine Secondary College Students
ANDREW SADAUSKAS 30 MAY 2022 The Fifth Estate The Victorian government is set to weigh up a moratorium on new gas connections for homes. It is also considering ditching regulations that force new buildings to… Read More »Victoria Set to Extinguish New Residential Gas Connections Following Parliamentary Report
Renewable Newstead, the volunteer group that’s been working to get a solar farm built at Newstead, is excited to be moving closer to a positive outcome. They’re hoping to soon announce a construction contract has… Read More »Express Your Interest in Renewable Newstead’s Flow Power.
Retail giants Kmart, Bunnings, Target and Officeworks have inked two new renewable electricity deals with CleanCo, which Greenpeace Australia Pacific says takes Queenslanders one step closer to solar and wind powered shopping. The four retailers,… Read More »Solar shopping for QLD as Kmart and Bunnings clean up
By electrifying virtually everything, we can solve the climate change crisis. Electric vehicles, electric heating, electric cooking, a decarbonised grid – all powered by renewables and batteries. This is the future Australia should be pursuing,… Read More »Electrify Everything- a blueprint for decarbonising Australia
Philipa Veitch Greens Councillor Randwick <facebook post> · BREAKING: We won! Randwick Council and 24 Sydney councils have dropped their contract with Origin Energy as part of a groundbreaking push for 100% ethical and sustainable procurement for… Read More »NSW Councils going 100%