If we are to build the community response to climate change, we need a means of communicating the consequences of the value positions that we hold and the actions that result. It’s not just a matter for the ‘head; but also for the ‘heart’.
The front and the back yards of 401 St Georges Road, North Fitzroy are shaded by two of Melbourne’s finest Ginkgoes.
Well, well, well, who’d have thought it? The government’s Climate Change Authority, from which scientific expertise has been removed, has found that the government’s Emissions Reduction Fund, which has doled out taxpayer dollars to fund activities that would have largely occurred anyway, is ‘performing well, creating incentives for … emission reductions at low cost’. What a load of old cobblers.
No-one plans like the Loudmouths plan. In this case, we’re off to Boodjamulla in June/July 2018 to look for Kalkadoon grasswrens, Carpentarian grasswrens, Lilac-crowned fairy wren, Sandstone shrike thrush and more. This takes planning and where better to plan and plan often than some eatery and drinkery?
And now for something completely different:https://www.theguardian.com/environment/live/2017/dec/11/bird-of-the-year-150000-votes-counted-as-ibis-fans-anxiously-await-resultsxx
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No ‘unhinged’ Senator Canavan, the reason the Qld government vetoed the tax-payer funded loan for Adani (apart from needing to win the recent election) is that it’s an absolute stinker of a project. The sooner you stop being the Minister for Adani the better.
I was getting quite depressed reading the Erlichs’ article right down this list – growth mania is universal and particularly conspicuous at this time of year. Then I got to the last sentence and the advice to drink good wine to care for my internal environment. Oh, and my flippancy is a coping mechanism for article – induced depression.
When it comes to facing the grand-kids, Rudd fluffed the greatest moral challenge of time, the Greens held out for the perfect when the good would have been a good …