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Myrtleford Growers Get State Of The Art Environmental Monitoring Network starstarstarstarstar   27th April 2010 - Views: 531 The monitoring network consists of six weather stations that provide updated data every 15 minutes on local temperature, humidity, wind speed, rainfall and Delta-T readings to a central open access website.

Postponement Of Ets Leaves No Excuse For Delay On International Climate Finance starstarstarstarstar   27th April 2010 - Views: 286 The Rudd Government must use some of the pot of money left from its ETS backflip to help international efforts to tackle climate change, rather than redirecting international aid to help pay for Australia's global responsibility.

Innovalight Establishes New Record With Silicon Ink Solar Cells starstarstarstarstar   27th April 2010 - Views: 325 Innovalight, Inc., a privately-held firm selling a platform of silicon ink-based high efficiency solar cell materials and technology, today announced that the company has achieved a new record of 19 percent conversion efficiency with silicon ink processed solar cells.

New Climate Poll Released As Government Shelves Climate Policy starstarstarstarstar   27th April 2010 - Views: 344 Trust in Prime Minister Rudd on climate change has dipped but he has much to gain from refocusing on climate action with 35% more likely to vote Labor on stronger action, according to an independent survey commissioned by The Climate Institute, GetUp and other partners.

Shake Up At Gunns: Too Little, Too Late starstarstarstarstar   23rd April 2010 - Views: 352 Shake Up At Gunns: Too Little, Too Late The Wilderness Society’s Executive Director Alec Marr said Gunns Limited’s old, destructive business practices were likely to continue when chairman John Gay stands down to run a new company that includes the Bell Bay pulp mill

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