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South Australia announces Royal Commission into Nuclear Energy

South Australia announces Royal Commission into Nuclear Energy We are, at last making real progress. As Ben Heard explains on DecarboniseSA, the Premier of the state of South Australia has announced a Royal Commission into an expanded future role in nuclear energy. We, who are deeply concerned about making real progress towards eliminating Australia’s dependence […]

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Short hiatus (gone south…)

Short hiatus (gone south…) Well, it’s come at last — I’m currently in the throes of my move (southwards retreat!) to Tasmania. Such is the upheaval involved in a large inter-state move (from the mainland to an island, no less!) that I will be unlikely to be in a position to post any new material […]

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Highly Cited Researchers

Highly Cited Researchers Thompson Reuters (who produce the Institute for Scientific Information journal impact factors) have released the first update of Highly Cited Researchers in the sciences and social sciences since 2004. I’m happy to report that I (Barry Brook) made the new (2014) list, which is easily searchable by name, institution or other keyword […]

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4 million views on BNC

4 million views on BNC Today this modest climate + energy blog passed 4 million page views. My thanks to all the regular guest posters and commenters on BNC for building up and critiquing the archives of content — 550 posts and rising. This blog has been dedicated to the enormous challenge of replacing fossil fuels […]

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Scott Ludlam’s viral video

Scott Ludlam’s viral video Guest Post by Geoff Russell. Scott Ludlam is a Western Australian Senator with a last minute reprieve after losing his seat at the last Federal election. Ludlam will get a second change when WA has a fresh Senate election next month after the now infamous electoral office bungle which saw some 1,400 […]