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Germany’s ‘Energiewende’ as a model for Australian climate policy?

Guest Post by Graham Palmer. Graham recently published the book “Energy in Australia: Peak Oil, Solar Power, and Asia’s Economic Growth” (“Springer Briefs in Energy” series). Germany’s Energiewende as a model for Australian climate policy? A critical review. Graham Palmer, June 2014 The Energiewende is the world’s most audacious energy policy experiment and comprises Germany’s biggest […]

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BNC Discussion Forum updates

In response to feedback, the structure of the BNC Discussion Forum on ProBoards has been greatly simplified. The revised forum looks like this: Logically (in my mind, and that of the BNC Moderator), it made sense to give people a robust classification structure. But in practice, such an approach is NOT user friendly.

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Off to Russia

Well, I’m just about to hop on a plane to Russia to visit for a week — destination Moscow. This is part of my duties as a member of the International Awards Committee for the Global Energy Prize (see here for details). Whilst in the heart of the former Soviet Union, I’ll hook up with […]

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Saludos desde Mataelpino

I haven’t published an energy or climate-related article on BNC for almost a week, for a good reason: Yes, I am enjoying myself (but working too!). We (me, and some colleagues from University of Adelaide: Corey Bradshaw, Damien Fordham and Salvador Herrando-Perez) are visiting a research collaborator in Spain (Miguel Araújo). Our workshop is being held […]

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BNC as a resource – call for help

UPDATE 1. I have menus working now — if you look at the top-of-the-blog pages, you’ll see the ABOUT page has a pull-down menu. This can now be expanded to cover many relevant pages (that need to be created). 2. I have posted a PAGE which lists all BNC posts, with a hyperlinked title. 3. […]