• Why coal fired power stations don’t work so well when they are old

    By on October 18, 2017

    The ageing of coal fired power stations is currently in the news with the likely shutdown on Liddell Power Station in 2022. But industrial plants and utilities shutting due to old age is actually a bit unusual, as CCL Cunningham’s Peter Todd explains.

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  • Why is the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere increasing?

    By on September 16, 2017

    To get a feel for this there is a need to set a temporal context. Homo sapiens appeared from about 200,000 years ago and it really does not matter about what the climate was prior to this time since it is highly unlikely that Homo sapiens had any impact...

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  • Our Response to the Finkel Review

    By on July 8, 2017

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  • What? You don’t think humans are causing climate change? ~ Peter Todd

    By on May 12, 2017

    Written by Peter Todd and posted by Susie Fraser I get shocked when people say to me they don’t believe in global climate change or that it’s not caused by humans. They often start talking about hoaxes, middle ages warming, ice ages or even more complex stuff. You only...

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  • Negative Health Impacts of Climate Change

    By on April 25, 2017

    By Darshini Heaney, posted 25 April, 2017.

    While talking to parliamentarians with Citizen’s Climate Lobby in March, we were told that the negative health consequences of climate change is an area where there is bipartisan interest and concern. The following is a summary of the points made in…

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  • The Tale of Rocky and Sandy

    By on April 10, 2017

    Look what our clever leader, Rod Mitchell, has devised with designers Nick Kebbell and Maxine Gadd. You guys rock! Click Read More to view A Tale of Two Rocks; Rocky and Sandy

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  • Inspiring Lobby Days in Canberra

    By on March 23, 2017

    “They need us” said one of the volunteers in our round of ‘highlights and insights’ at the end of 2 days lobbying in Parliament. There were nods and sounds of agreement around the group; we were all so pleased as well as surprised at how well we had been...

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  • What a time we had!

    By on March 23, 2017

    I am sure Rod will make a longer post here shortly, and give lots of details. We had a grand time, with many successful meetings. Generally the MPs and staff we met with were very encouraging and supportive of the work we are doing. Good progress was made towards...

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  • Here we are in Canberra

    By on March 19, 2017

    Tired and happy! We have completed our briefing and training day for our meetings at Parliament House, Canberra. We learned together and had fun together We now look forward to our meetings tomorrow.  We have thirty meetings, for which thirty intrepid CCL volunteers have made their way to Canberra....

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  • Lobby Days are here again!

    By on March 9, 2017

    Our zoom meeting tonight, open to all members, is tonight, 8pm on March 9. The link to meeting, and the dial in numbers, appear in the newsletter sent earlier this week – if you are a member and didn’t see it, search for the sender CCL Australia. Excitement and...

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