Right on climate and fear of coal

In The Sustainable Hour on 15 February 2017 we listen to speeches by author Paul Gilding, former conservative leader John Hewson and author David Spratt, who spoke at the Sustainable Living Festival in Melbourne, and we talk over the phone with Godfrey Moase, who is president of the Victorian Labor Economics Policy Committee, and get an update from Steve Posselt, our kayaking climate emergency petition campaigner and champion, who is heading for Canberra with the Climate Emergency Declaration petition.


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“Australia has always been a country prone to heatwaves, so why the hell would we make more of them by burning more coal?”
Adam Bandt, Member of the Australian Parliament



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Treasurer Scott Morrison: “It’s harmless!”

“They toss a lump of coal around Parliament, red-faced with laughter, while our communities battle bushfires in the hottest year on record. And they blame renewables for blackouts and price hikes caused by their refusal to move our energy system out of the dark ages. This is the kind of madness that comes from the dying gasps of an industry with its hooks deeply embedded in our political system.”
Geoff Cousins, President, Australian Conservation Foundation

Chemistry lesson for Scott Morrison

“Treasurer Scott Morrison’s display of a lump of coal in Parliament last week could have benefited from more details. Assuming it weighed one kilogram, he could have explained that when burnt in a power station, it would produce two to 2.5 kilowatt hours of electricity, about 2.5 kilograms of carbon dioxide and up to seven grams each of sulphur dioxide and various oxides of nitrogen. It would also produce about 50 grams of fly ash and a few micrograms of heavy metals, including mercury, and some radioactive materials.

Alternatively, if Mr Morrison had displayed one kilo of silicon, he could have explained that it could make about two square metres of solar panels and, at 20 per cent efficiency, with an average five hours of full sun a day, after two days they would have made more electricity than his piece of coal. Then he could have pointed out that modern solar panels are guaranteed for up to 30 years, by which time they would have generated about 2000 kWh of electricity, or about 1000 times as much as his coal lump.”
Rory McGuire, Pyrmont, NSW – in a letter to the editor of Finacial Review

Alpha males’ display of bravado

“The coal taunting incident in Parliament seems to reveal a new dimension to the climate debate in Australia, one that goes beyond denialism and political culture. It’s almost as if, like King Lear raging at the storm, Turnbull, Morrison and Joyce are defying nature to do its worst, almost willing it to happen because mankind will prevail.

We forget that, for some people, there are desires more urgent and goals more grand than that of protecting others, and their own families, from plunging into dark and dangerous times. The glory and self-satisfaction of defeating one’s enemy, for instance.

One cannot help noticing that this display of bravado by the nation’s leaders is especially vigorous from alpha males, men who act as if the future is a horror movie in which the anticipated terrors are to be relished but also withstood, except that they forget that this one has no end. We will all be trapped in the cinema as the never-ending movie becomes ever-more terrifying.”
Clive Hamilton, Professor of Public Ethics

» The Conversation – 15 February 2017:
That Lump of Coal


Treasurer misleading the Parliament

“While the numbers are not yet in on Australia’s latest heatwave summer – one of the worst in our history – between 1100 and 1500 people will have died from heat stress. That’s been the average of recent years. When Treasurer Scott Morrison jovially informed the House of Representatives “Mr Speaker, this is coal. Don’t be afraid! Don’t be scared! It won’t hurt you,” he was, according to all reputable scientific and medical studies worldwide, misleading the Parliament.”
Julian Cribb

“To pretend, as do Morrison and Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce, that this is all a great joke shows a cynical and contemptible disregard for the sufferings and painful deaths of thousands of Australians from exposure to the effects of fossil fuels.”

“Directly and indirectly, these policies will contribute to the loss of far more Australians than did the combined policies of the Hitler/Hirohito governments in the 1940s (27,000). They will cost many thousands more Australian lives than terrorism. Yet ministers treat them as a jest.”

» The Canberra Times – 15 February 2017:
Coal will kill more people than World War II. Why do our ministers joke about it?

“By international standards, we have some of the most inefficient and highly polluting power stations and it is local communities who are bearing the health burden. Power stations emit harmful levels of more than 30 pollutants and they are poorly regulated by state governments. It is time governments invested in plans to move away from polluting coal in a way that supports local communities and workers.”
Environmental Justice Australia



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Climate action speeches at the Sustainable Living Festival 2017

John Hewson on climate change and conservative thinking
Paul Gilding: Great disruption to great transition



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The resolution makes the argument that it is a conservative principle to “protect, conserve and be good stewards of the environment, responsibility plan for all market factors, and base our policy decisions in science and quantifiable fact.”


» Inside Climate News – 15 March 2017:
House Republicans’ Group Launches Effort to Tackle Climate Change
“By framing the issue with economic imperatives, 17 Republicans urge the House to move beyond denial toward solutions.”



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Godfrey Moase: Make public good a priority

Godfrey Moase is Assistant General Branch Secretary and President of the Vic Labor Economics Policy Committee. He has co-written a report called ‘State of the Future’ which calls for a zero carbon Victorian economy where electricity is in public hands and run on 100% renewables.

This is embedded within a vision of a far more democratic and equitable Victorian economy – a place where everyone has a secure income and access to housing.
 
In the interview in The Sustainable Hour Godfrey talks about why he believes energy democracy and public ownership of energy production and distribution systems needs to be part of the transition discussion.

We also talk about how union workers feel about the renewable energy transition and what he means when he talks about making the transition “just”. Godfrey is involved with a network of unions called “Trade Unions for Energy Democracy”. As part of his role with the Union and this network he is involved with a group of people fighting for radical economic change and related transitions measures within Labor. 



» See the policy document ‘State of the Future’. 



» Godfrey Moase’s Twitter account

» Godfrey’s Blog of Claims


Labor’s current shortcomings exposed

“…Federal Labor has effectively abandoned its 50 per cent renewable energy target after its leaders failed hopelessly to identify the obvious arguments to defend the policy. Instead – less than a week after the Coalition made idiots of themselves by bringing a lump of coal into Question Time, Labor appears to have thrown its lot in to a new scheme that could mean little new wind and solar over the coming decade…”

» RenewEconomy – 16 February 2017:
Why is Labor so hopeless at defending renewables policy?
“Federal Labor has effectively abandoned its 50 per cent renewable energy target after its leaders failed hopelessly to identify the obvious arguments to defend the policy.”

» The Guardian – 15 February 2017:
Shorten fails to specify cost of Labor’s renewables policy when asked four times
“Labor’s goal is to have 50% of electricity from renewables by 2030, but asked about the cost, he replies ‘there is a cost in not acting’”

» ABC RN Breakfast – 16 February 2017:
Labor dumps RET post 2020

Andrea Bunting commented on Facebook:
“This is terrible. Basically Labor is now giving a green light to natural gas. This will lead to gas being locked in and will delay even further Australia’s transition to zero carbon energy. It will now be virtually impossible for Australia to meet its obligations under the Paris Agreement.
There were plenty of experts offering advice to Labor on how to counter the Coalition’s attack on renewable energy. Obviously enabling demand-side participation is a key one, and this would have also reduced electricity prices. Other options would have cost money – new interconnectors, pumped hydro storage, grid frequency support. But Labor could have built on the high level of support for renewable energy in the community and coupled this with a big roll-out of energy efficiency measures that would have reduced electricity demand and reduced electricity bills.
Labor could have won this battle. Instead they let the fossil fuel industry win. I am too tired of this to even say “shame”. They are a big disappointment.”


» Conservation Council of Western Australia: “Defend renewable energy from the scare campaign”



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Steve Posselt

350Eurobodalla welcomed Steve Posselt to Moruya on 14 February with a wonderful flotilla and crowd of supporters. Steve has now completed the paddling leg of his voyage and is starting to drag his kayak on wheels to Canberra.

You can catch up with Steve at his public talk in Moruya on Friday 17 February 2017.

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Q&A on ABC

Here are the two first questions the Q&A panel on ABC faced on Monday 13 February 2017:

HEAT WAVE & CLIMATE CHANGE

DANIEL POWELL asked: “Over the past week unprecedented heatwaves have swept all throughout Australia. Why do we have a government that gives billions of dollars in subsidies to fossil fuel companies but refuses to take meaningful action on climate change?”

The clip also includes Yassmin Abdel-Magied’s reply.

» You can post your reply to the question on the Q&A Facebook page

SA BLACKOUTS & RENEWABLES

AARON FERNANDEZ asked: “South Australia continues to experience an imbalance of supply and demand in its energy grid. Considering that South Australia has one of the highest mixes of renewable energy in the world, does this mean renewable energy is proving to be a dismal option?”

» You can post your reply to the question on the Q&A Facebook page








South Australia’s blackout – what’s really going on?

Energy regulator orders blackout affecting 40,000 South Australian homes while gas turbine peaking plant remains idle. The heatwave was well forecast, yet AEMO fails to order the second gas peaking turbine online. Instead it orders 100MW load shedding.

“Something went badly wrong with AEMO. Meanwhile more renewables blame game from Matthew Guy and Josh Frydenberg,” reported citizen journalist John Englart, after he was blocked on Twitter by Victorian opposition leader Matthew Guy for questioning his response and asking a civil question relating to the SA blackout.

Is this a new, deliberate strategy? Mess up the electricity system and blame a heatwave generated or amplified by climate change on renewables – and then use it to help push for more coal…

Read more:

» No Fibs – 9 February 2017:
AEMO orders South Australian #heatwave blackout while Gas turbine remains idle

» RenewEconomy – 8 February 2017:
High energy prices? Blame fossil fuel generators, not renewables


“Welcome to the economics of energy and climate change, which has changed a lot without many people noticing – including Malcolm Turnbull and his climate-change denying mates. They’ve missed that the economics has shifted decisively in favour of renewable energy.”


» The Sydney Morning Herald – 18 February 2017:
Australia positioned to be renewable energy superpower




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Headlines of The Conversation

» The Conversation – 16 February 2017:
Climate change doubled the likelihood of the New South Wales heatwave

FACEBOOK COMMENT:

“This will become legally actionable”

“Messrs Turnbull, Morrison, Frydenberg, Canavan,Sinodinos and their laughing syncophants clearly did not have the slightest idea what climate risk meant when they merrily chucked the Minerals Council’s lump of coal around Parliament – carefully lacquered so the poor dears didn’t dirty their hands.

Their proposed coal-based climate and energy policies are an insult to the NSW community, and to the Nation. Irresponsibility of monumental proportions and a breach of their fiduciary responsibility to the Australian people they are so concerned to nurture.
This will become legally actionable as this science improves.”
Ian Dunlop


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In other news

From our notes of this week: news stories and events we think you should know about


Just another day…

Absurd but true news stories that ticked in in our mailbox on Valentine’s Day, 14 February 2017. Say, this is NOT FICTION or so-called ‘alternative facts’. This is the reality of Australia:

• The Australian Government plans to urgently change land lease and native title laws to protect mining and agriculture (in favour of the Adani mega mine).

• Out of control fires exacerbated by global warming destroy at least 30 homes in New South Wales.

• Prime Minister installs battery storage for his solar array on his Point Piper mansion whilst subsidising global warming inducing fossil fuels and inhibiting renewable energy industries.

• Abbott doomed us to blackouts and higher electricity prices, explained The New Daily on 14 February 2017. The former prime minister’s carbon tax scare campaign could be the very reason we are now in this energy mess, experts say: Tony Abbott’s role in Australia’s energy crisis

• Clive Hamilton, Professor of Public Ethics and public intellectual, resigned from the Climate Change Authority over the government’s “perverse” support for coal and inaction on global warming.

• The ice poles are melting and physicists now design plans to refreeze the shrinking Arctic by building 10 million wind-powered pumps.

“Carbon pollution is destabilizing both the Arctic and Antarctic.”


» ThinkProgress – 14 February 2017:
Rapid warming and disintegrating polar ice set the stage for ‘societal collapse’

• Climate change is threatening about 700 endangered species and policymakers must act urgently to lessen impact. Act now before entire species are lost to global warming, say scientists



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The bizarre Adani coal circus

“The proposed mega mine will ship millions of tonnes of dusty black coal through the turquoise coral of the Great Barrier Reef. It will spell absolute disaster for the World Heritage Area, with coal spillages already being reported.
As if the threat to the Reef isn’t enough, the Galilee basin holds enough coal to drive dangerous climate change.
The only thing standing in the way of this is that Adani, the company behind the mine, still needs cold hard cash. And you can help make sure Westpac won’t give Adani a single dollar.
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Adani Group’s dark underbelly exposed

By Geoff Cousins, President, Australian Conservation Foundation

“Bribery, environmental vandalism, illegal dealings and allegations of corruption and money laundering – it’s the stuff of Hollywood. But this isn’t fiction.

This is the true history of the Adani Group – the multinational conglomerate the Turnbull Government wants to give $1 billion to build a giant polluting coal mine that could kill our reef.

Today, Environmental Justice Australia released the Adani Brief – a shocking report that unveils the dark underbelly of Adani Group’s business dealings.

It’s unfathomable that any politician would do business with a company with this kind of track record, let alone give them $1 billion of public money to run amok with our air, water and wildlife.

A handful of politicians in bed with the coal industry are driving this dirty business but the rest of our 150 elected representatives can stand up for people and stop this.

Your elected representative should know that if they support doing business with Adani, they’ll never have your support. Will you send the Adani Brief to your MP?”


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» ATA – 2 February 2017:
We need more energy efficiency, not coal
To cut the energy bills of Australian households, governments need to focus on improving home energy efficiency and not support more coal power stations and gas extraction, the ATA says.

» Market Forces – 12 February 2017
Who’s in and out of Galilee coal export projects

» The Guardian – 11 December 2015:
Westpac will not rule out investing in coal projects ‘if they fit our criteria’




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All bad news for Australia

“Australia has always been a country prone to heatwaves, so why the hell would we make more of them by burning more coal?”
Adam Bandt, Member of Parliament

“It has been a horrifying few weeks of extreme weather. Temperatures in Western Sydney reached 46.9 degrees, the hottest recorded. In much of NSW the fire danger was catastrophic, the risk measured as 147, on a scale of 0–100. As temperatures spiked in South Australia last week, they experienced another blackout — putting people susceptible to heatwaves, like some of the elderly, further at risk.

On the other side of the country, Western Australia recorded 100mm of rain in 24 hours. The long-term Perth average rainfall in only 8mm.”
Adam Bandt


Article in the conservative paper Financial Review

Climate change could threaten entire financial system, APRA warns

Australia. Where the financial regulator is more outspoken on climate change risks than the energy regulator…

“In its first major speech on climate change, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority chastised companies for a lack of action on the risks it poses.

“While climate risks have been broadly recognised, they have often been seen as a future problem or a non-financial problem,” APRA executive board member Geoff Summerhayes told an Insurance Council conference in Sydney.

Climate change could threaten the stability of the entire financial system, the prudential regulator has warned, as it prepares to apply climate change “stress tests” to the nation’s financial institutions.”

» ABC – 17 February 2017:
Climate change could threaten entire financial system, APRA warns


Record-breaking heat becoming commonplace

“A report this month prepared by top climate scientists for the independent Climate Council, is all bad news. They say all extreme weather events in Australia are now occurring in an atmosphere that’s warmer and wetter than it was in the 1950s.

“Heatwaves are becoming hotter, lasting longer and occurring more often,” they say. “Extreme fire weather and the length of the fire season is increasing, leading to an increase in bushfire risk.”

This fits with the findings of the latest biennial CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology State of the Climate report. According to the bureau’s Dr Karl Braganza, Australia is already experiencing the effects of climate change, with record-breaking heat now becoming commonplace across the country.”

“Some of the record-breaking extreme heat we have been seeing recently will be considered normal in 30 years’ time.”
Oh, good.
Of course, none of this is having any effect on agriculture. It must be a great comfort to our farmers to know that, by order of Barnaby Joyce and the National Party, climate change is a figment of the climate scientists’ imagination.


“As we’ve sweltered through this terrible summer – and lately, as bushfires have raged – what a comfort it’s been to know that climate change doesn’t exist and isn’t happening. Or, if it does exist, it’s not caused by anything humans have done, so there’s nothing we can do about it.

» The Sydney Morning Herald – 14 February 2017:
What a relief that climate change doesn’t really exist
Article by Ross Gittins, the Sydney Morning Herald’s economics editor


Shameful coal stunt of the COALition

Alan Kohler wrote:
“The Business Council of Australia has been pleading for years for what it calls “a stable and predictable environment for investment and business activity”. Two months ago the BCA issued an urgent call for reform “to avert systemic crises”.
Those crises have now arrived in the form of blackouts, and they are not caused by too much renewable energy. As the BCA makes clear, it’s due to a lack of investment, in turn due to a lack of policy certainty and clarity.
This is entirely the Liberal Party’s fault — not just Malcolm Turnbull’s, although he is a rather pathetic figure now. If he didn’t go along with the hoax, he’d be sacked and another PM would.
By taking the low road in 2009 instead of the high road, and deciding to mislead Australians about the true cost of energy, the Liberal Party condemned the country to a decade of confusion and stasis on energy policy.
That reached a nadir of absurdity last week with the Treasurer’s coal stunt.”


Flawed regulation

Ian Dunlop wrote on “the free-market warriors” who now want to subsidy the uneconomic Adani mine:
“Could privatisation and flawed regulation have something to do with the increase in energy prices which is turning our “leaders” apoplectic? Could it be that renewables have nothing to do with it, given that in most situations they are now cheaper than coal, even excluding the massive subsidy enjoyed by coal since the Industrial Revolution by not pricing carbon.

Strange world where our free-market warriors now want to provide even more subsidy to get the uneconomic Adani mine off the ground. Is that what you call “picking winners”? Hardly a national energy policy which is technology agnostic, as our Prime Minister would have it.”

» Sydney Morning Herald – 27 July 2016:
Privatisation has damaged the economy, says ACCC chief




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Transition Film Festival

Melbourne Transitions Film Festival 16 February to 3 March 2017

» www.transitionsfilmfestival.com

» Listen to The Sustainable Hour’s interview with Luke Taylor about the film festival




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Recently added:

Australia:
Tell Turnbull not to fund ‘clean coal’ – Australian Wind Alliance
Add your signature to tell Turnbull not to misuse the Clean Energy Finance Corporation to invest in coal.

Australia:
Save the CEFC – The Greens
Petitioning Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg: Subsidising coal through the green energy bank is like pouring money from the the health budget into asbestos. Don’t use the Clean Energy Finance Corporation to fund dirty coal-power.

Western Australia:
Crowdfunder: Defend renewable energy from the scare campaignConservation Council of Western Australia
The Liberal Party’s cynical and dishonest campaign is undermining support for renewable energy and blocking action on climate change. Donate to help to counter the Liberals’ misinformation about renewable energy.

Australia:
Stop Adani’s Carmichael coal mine – Australian Conservation Foundation
Send your MP the Adani Brief. Tell them support for Adani means no support from you.


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Acknowledgement

We at The Sustainable Hour would like to pay our respect to the traditional custodians of the land on which we are broadcasting, the Wathaurong People, and pay our respect to their elders, past, present and future.

The traditional owners lived in harmony with the environment and with the climate for hundreds of generations. It is not clear – yet – that as European settlers we have demonstrated that we can live in harmony for hundreds of generations, but it is clear that we can learn from the indigenous, traditional owners of this land.

When we talk about the future, it means extending our respect to those children not yet born, the generations of the future – remembering the old saying that…



The decisions currently being made around Australia to ignore climate change are being made by those who won’t be around by the time the worst effects hit home. How utterly disgusting, disrespectful and unfair is that?




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