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Daily update: No progressive ideas, please, we’re Australian


Renew Economy editor@reneweconomy.com.au via mail77.atl71.mcdlv.net 

3:33 PM (12 minutes ago)

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Pressive ideas? Please, we’re Australian; RET Review calculations lack transparency; Australian business ignoring natural capital risk; Could distributed renewables make up 80% of world’s energy by 2040?; How to convince conservatives about climate change; BHP Billiton not quick enough to act on climate change; Building renewables is as green as you’d expect; 14 Euro Union member states will miss 2020 targets; and Why solar is taking off across the country;
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