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The city of Cape Town, South Africa is set to be the first major city in the world to run out of water. Usually fed fresh water from heavy rainfalls in the nearby Table Mountain, Cape Town is now in…
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In a previous article, we reported how entrepreneur and visionary Elon Musk came to the aid of South Australia and its highly problematic power supply. The series of events began when SA experienced a statewide blackout in September 2016. Shortly…
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  The Australian Threatened Species Day was marked earlier this month (7th September) by a $5 million fund boost from the Federal Government towards the preservation and protection of vulnerable native flora and fauna. This year, Threatened Species Day represented…
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It is no secret that coral reefs around the world are experiencing one of the worst coral bleaching events on record. This is a big problem for coral reefs around the world as well as the nearly 500 million people…
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  Global warming is to blame for the extinction of the Bramble Cay melomy, according to a report co-authored by Queensland’s Department of Environmental Protection and the University of Queensland. The small mammal was native to Bramble Cay, an island…
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  Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has announced $500 million in funding over the next 5 years to aid the struggling Great Barrier Reef. This will include $377 million in new funding to add to the $123 million already pledged by…
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  The Great Barrier Reef has experienced one of the most extreme coral bleaching events in its history according to researchers. A recent scientific survey found that 93% of the Great Barrier Reef has been damaged by coral bleaching caused…
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  Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced that the government will establish a $1 billion Clean Energy Innovation Fund which aims to “support emerging technologies make the leap from demonstration to commercial deployment”. The fund will make $100 million available…
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