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Stop brown coal allocation and export from Victoria – 10 Dec 2013

Currently 13 billion tonnes of brown coal is being considered for allocation by the Napthine Liberal National Party state Government, despite the impact of this in carbon emissions on climate change and increasing temperatures and extreme weather. As well as the allocation of coal licences, $90 million of Federal and State subsidies are also up for grab. Does subsidising brown coal make sense when we should rapidly be transitioning to renewables?

Climate Action Moreland members attended this rally. More information from Environment Victoria No Coal Exports webpage.

December 13, 2013 at 9:06 pm Leave a comment


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This is the current C02 in our atmosphere. We need to get it below 350 for a safe climate.

Current CO2 concentration in the atmosphere

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