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Renewable NSW

Three-quarters of electricity generation in NSW still comes from burning coal, making it the number one driver of dangerous climate change in NSW.

To get climate change under control, we must phase out coal from our energy system by 2030 and replace it with clean, renewable energy.  

The NSW government has recently made strides towards this goal, but more needs to be done. 

Bylong Valley spared from coal mining again

Bylong Valley has again been spared destruction by coal mining. The valley’s salvation this time was delivered by the NSW Court of Appeal, which this morning rejected KEPCO’s appeal against an earlier refusal. [1]  The Korean mining giant had bought prime farmland in...
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