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New Report Backs Fuel Reduction Action starstarstarstarstar   3rd February 2010 - Views: 428 New Report Backs Fuel Reduction Action The highly referenced report draws on research and 27 case studies of the Department of Sustainability and Environment, CSIRO and the W.A Department of Conservation and Land Management, to show that reducing forest fuel will help control bushfires, thereby minimising risk to communities.

Opposition Can't See The Wood For The 20 Million Trees starstarstarstarstar   2nd February 2010 - Views: 393 Opposition Can't See The Wood For The 20 Million Trees The carbon benefit of planting 20 million trees will not be realised until the trees mature and is also dwarfed by the iconic eucalypt forests of south east Australia, where the average amount of carbon stored is about 640 tonnes per hectare.

1.6 Million Plants For World Wetlands Day starstarstarstarstar   2nd February 2010 - Views: 409 A big operation to plant 1.6 million plants has started at the site of a new wetland in the City of Knox, coinciding with World Wetlands Day celebrated today.

Lord Monckton Speaks On Climate In Melbourne Today starstarstarstarstar   1st February 2010 - Views: 423 Lord Monckton Speaks On Climate In Melbourne Today Lord Christopher Monckton, former advisor to Margaret Thatcher, continues his speaking tour of Australia on issues of climate and emissions trading in Melbourne today at 12.30pm, hosted by the Institute of Private Enterprise and the Australian Climate Science Coalition.

Global Climate Change - Australians Among The Most Supportive Locally starstarstarstarstar   29th January 2010 - Views: 388 The number of Australians supportive of action by government and business leaders in this country to prevent climate change is considerably higher than the global average, ranking fourth in terms of support behind China, India and Turkey.

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