Author: Rob Parker

[embed]https://youtu.be/IoTl30aiwbM[/embed] 1.        Introduction This is the third of a three part blog which looks at a plan for real carbon reductions in Australia’s electricity generating system. Part 1 dealt where Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions come from, what our targets      should be. It can be viewed at: nuclearforclimate.com.au - Part...

[embed]https://youtu.be/yvZISKVK6DA[/embed]  1.Introduction This is the second of a three part blog which looks at a plan for real carbon reductions in Australia’s electricity generating system. Part 1 dealt where Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions come from, what our targets should be, In this Part 2  we look at how we...

  [embed]https://youtu.be/w-IRJZdmAj8[/embed]   Introduction This is the first of a three part blog which will look at a plan for real carbon reductions in Australia’s electricity generating system. The blog will address where Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions come from, what our targets should be, how we can achieve them...

[embed]https://youtu.be/myzULOqn95g[/embed] In the face of record hot summers, it has become clear that renewable energy from wind and solar combined with ageing coal power stations can neither meet our peak demands nor the challenge of carbon emissions reductions. The whole reason for a transition away from coal...

Position paper by SFEN November 14, 2018 Nuclear energy is a key part of the solution to climate change Climate change is the most significant threat to our planet today, and yet just three years after the Paris Agreement the world is significantly behind in meeting its...

This paper has been prepared by Mr. Barrie Hill, Dr. Robert Barr and Mr. Robert Parker. It examines all alternative for the supply of Energy on the National Electricity Market. It compares Renewables, Gas, Coal, Nuclear, Pumped Storage and a mix of all these options. Click on...

Peter Martin's article in Thursday's Sydney Morning Herald was directed at the inevitable decline in coal as a fuel for power generation. He made no mention of climate change, the prime reason for its demise but instead supported the risky strategy of using a generating...

Philip Walker is committed to action on Global Warming. He is an architect, sculptor, a strong supporter of the Arts in our community and for years the secretary of CANWin, a local climate change action group based in the NSW Southern Highlands. He outlines in...

Submission made to NSW Department of Planning and Environment objecting to the Hume Coal approval on the grounds of its impact on the environment through its global warming impact. Hume coal submission Parker Hume coal submission Word File...