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Lower voltage for energy efficiency

Bathurst Community Climate Action Network (BCCAN) is helping to pave the way to a cleaner, greener, energy usage by supporting a voltage reduction trial at Charles Sturt University (CSU). If the project is successful, it will serve as a model for other large electricity clients through the central west and beyond. See media release.

July 2: The climate election

With the double-dissolution Federal election expected to take place on July 2, Bathurst Community Climate Action Network president Tracey Carpenter has called for all Calare candidates across the political spectrum to put climate change front and centre as an election issue. With shocking new evidence of climate change occurring at an even faster rate than…

Nature Conservation Council Regional Workshop

Nature Conservation Council of NSW Regional Workshop | May 7th 2016 | Dubbo NSW THE WORKSHOP PROGRAM WILL COVER: • The Draft Central West and Orana Regional Plan – what does it mean for your region? • The Draft Biodiversity Conservation Act – how will native vegetation be protected across NSW and what are the pitfalls of the proposed laws?…

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Kangaroos: the world is watching

By Tracy Sorensen There was a time, not too distant, when “Save The Whales” was a joke. But now, just a few decades later, opposition to whale hunting is a mainstream Australian view. Our foreign minister perfectly comfortable speaking out on their behalf, as she did the other day when Japan killed 300 whales, including…

Your petitions one-stop shop

Some people in Victoria (actually, the Victorian Climate Action Network, VCAN) have created a one-stop shop for environmental & climate change petitions. Add your voice the easy way! You may need to right-click the links below and select “open in a new tab” for it to work properly. Loading…

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Community says no to water deal

By Tracey Carpenter One of the largest campaigns ever seen in Bathurst stood against Council plans to sell the town’s recycled water to a gold mine near Blayney earlier this year.  Regis Resources made a bid to purchase 8-10ML of Bathurst’s recycled water which is currently released into the Macquarie Wambool River. The bid included…