Category Archives: Beyond Zero Emissions

Energy conservation: the only game in town

Paper given at Climate Action Hobart forum, “Tasmania’s Energy Future” [Peter Boyer | 30 March 2011] Half a century ago, a seminar about Tasmania’s energy future would have been a pretty predictable affair. Eric Reece [Premier through the 1960s], Alan … Continue reading

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BZE Hobart launch rated a great success. Now to get parliament interested…

The Hobart launch of the Beyond Zero Emissions energy plan last night got many more people than organisers had bargained for. If only the interest could extend to State Parliament. [12 November 2010 | Peter Boyer] On a humid Thursday evening (11 … Continue reading

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