Category Archives: Fires

Regeneration launch

One of the biggest environmental movements has combined a bunch of different perspectives into an overarching philosophy of Regeneration. Regeneration “puts life at the centre of every act and decision.” Please watch this 5 minute launch of one of the … Continue reading

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Beavers to save American landscapes!

Hi all, we’ve got to help reintroduce Beavers across North American streams as they can save the landscape, provide habitats for 80% of the animals American’s care about, reduce wildfire damage through their river ecosystems, and even store extra carbon. … Continue reading

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Shellenberger is at it again – and even his old pals are not happy

It’s hard to write against your former heroes. Michael Shellenberger has highlighted so many of the challenges facing a 100% renewable energy grid, and shown so comprehensively that nuclear is a viable alternative, that I feel I owe him a … Continue reading

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A cheaper top up to our firefighting fleet?

Last year Prime Minister Scott Morrison came back from his Hawaii holiday to appear to do something about the Aussie bush-fires. So he agreed to hire 4 DC10’s at $5 million each or $20 million for the lot per year. … Continue reading

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