For links to more good news and links to articles click on the image – EVs to become cheaper, government fleets to go green, turning vegetable food waste into healthy snacks, AGL to close South Australia’s main gas power station early.
Lots more good things happening this week – Cannon-Brookes wins historic battle to green up AGL Energy’s board, world’s biggest rainforest nations form alliance, Brazil’s President-elect vows to undo environmental degradation and more….
Lots more good news this week on new technology, ACCC action on greenwashing and advertising standards, solar and battery power and record numbers of eastern quoll joeys.
See all the good news and links to articles, including networks find smarter ways to shift more renewables around the grid, win for yellow bellied gliders and greater gliders in Victoria, standard chargers to cut waste and more……
To read more about this week’s good news click on the image and and then on the links. Extra good news not on the graphic includes a virtual fence to protect wildlife, Sydney solar pioneer wins international prize, Brisbane battery innovator US funding, ACT circular economy strategy, record penguin numbers and more.
Sportswashing has been exposed this week and there’s lots of other good news – marine cleanup in the Whitsundays, big industry to be charged for water usage in NT, religious leaders stand up against new coal and gas and more…..
Click on the image to read articles and see more good news on generating wind power from light breezes, Greece runs entirely on renewables for first time and abundant wildflowers
Click on the graphic for more good news and links to articles on foundation funding to cut secondhand electric car costs, trucking industry going electric fast, first harvest of methane-reducing seaweed and endangered frogs.
Click on the image for links to news stories and more good news about a wind turbine anchor cage, wave technology and discovery of cassowary population.
Lots of good news this week. Click on the image to see links to articles on the above and on Denmark first to offer ‘loss and damage’ funding to the most climate-vulnerable areas, Victoria’s 2020 target smashed, native seed garden, teaching with turtles and more.