#ERF auction spends big for just 7 per cent #climate emissions reduction for 2030 argues @takvera

John Englart

John Englart

Citizen journalist at No Fibs
John Englart has always had a strong social and environmental focus and over the past 10 years climate change science, climate policy and climate protest have become an increasingly important and primary focus of his work as a citizen journalist.
John Englart

@takvera

Citizen Journalist at #Nofibs, #climate blogger @Camoreland, parent, cyclist, NTEU, Eureka Australia Medal. NGO #COP21 #COP22 observer
Hot off the press! Too Darn Hot Times is out! https://t.co/Dn4Qw7TVh4 @HeidiCullen @healthy_climate @p_hannam #cop23 #climate - 4 hours ago
John Englart
I am involved in various Moreland-based community groups including Sustainable Fawkner where I blog on local and sustainability issues, Climate Action Moreland and Moreland Bicycle Users Group. I am also a member of Friends of the Earth, off and on, since 1976, and wrote the contribution on the Rides Against Uranium in the 1970s for the Friends of the Earth Australia book to mark the 30-year anniversary of FoE – 30 Years of Creative Resistance.
Greg Hunt at CMI Summit

Greg Hunt at CMI Summit

Results from the third Direct Action Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) auction for emissions reduction was announced with 50.5 million worth of offsets at $10.23 each. So 67 per cent of the $2.55 billion budget has been spent to achieve less than 7 per cent of the emissions reduction goal by 2030.


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