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Destroying Australia’s East Coast: The Windfarms that Ate Australia

By John Stapleton There’s one thing the Australia’s left wing Labor government is good at, and that’s spectacular own goals. Their much spruiked climate change policies and rush to “Net Zero” involves the building of massive , diabolically expensive and… Continue Reading →

Singing the Blues: More Whale songs detected during La Niña years

Ben Knight: University of New South Wales Newsroom Almost two decades of whale recordings suggest the movements of the pygmy blue whale are affected by climate cycles. You might think it’d be easy to track an animal as large as… Continue Reading →

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