The WA Climate Change and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Bill aims to:
– Immediately cap WA’s emissions at current levels
– Create a target of 100% renewable energy by 2030
– Create a target of net-zero emissions 2040
– Establish an independent State Climate Council
The ABC’s new three-part documentary, “Fight for Planet A: Our Climate Challenge” is a must-watch. It explains sources of emissions, such as the mining of fossil fuels, transport, food habits, and land clearing and strongly encourages householders and the community to reduce their emissions.
Volcanoes do put out tons of carbon dioxide, enough to significantly mitigate our efforts at carbon dioxide reduction. The earth does go through ice ages and periods of warming. But what the earth does naturally isn’t why kids are out protesting.
On 22nd September, the CEO of Woodside, will speak at the Convention Centre about his “vision” for the Burrup Hub, a project that will be in production until 2070 and emit four times the emissions of the Adani coal mine.
The campaign to get PwC, one of Australia’s major auditing and business consulting firms, to cut its ties with the Minerals Council of Australia began by flooding CEO Tom Seymour’s office with over 300 individual hand-written letters.
When Nev Power, Chairman of the National Covid-19 Commission (NCC) Advisory Board, spoke at a “Success and Leadership” breakfast in Perth recently, 350 Perth and School Strike for Climate WA teamed up to reject Nev’s vision of a fracking, fossil-fuelled “recovery”.