TEC's SOS Green Spaces Forum On April 1, attracted over a hundred representatives of dozens of community groups from across Sydney and beyond. It was a fantastic day of information sharing and strategy building.
Even as the latest marine heat wave blasts the Great Barrier Reef, our politicians continue to ignore the most cost effective way to transition to energy sources that don’t heat the planet. But the market is overtaking them!
How often do we overlook the wonders of the knee high world? Are our children missing out on the tadpole thrills of yore? We had a chat to an expert about the critters keeping soil, seeds, and ear drums thrumming...
Our "relationship" with natural ecosystems is very similar to our relationship with other humans - symbiotic, mutually beneficent, and absolutely crucial to our survival. This is why New Zealand just gave human rights to a river.
The NSW government's lax approach to conservation protection was described as a "bad Joke" in Fairfax Media today. Yet saving iconic species such as the Koala is a no-brainer if the correct mechanism are applied.
The good folk of the Wolli Creek Preservation Society have hit back with a win for Earlwood after deep mourning for beautiful Beverly Grove bushland that was flattened for a WestConnex carpark last year.
Are we bequeathing our children a sustainable world? The Australia State of the Environment Report released this week makes for "dismal reading" SMH said today. TEC is working hard to turn that around.
A stroll through any Australian city proves there’s no need to go bush to get in touch with native animals. Our Green Spaces are critical refuges. That's why TEC is determined to save them with our SOS Green Spaces and Living Landscapes campaigns.
TEC's weekly green news round up is broadcast on 89.7fm every Monday between 4-6pm. In this blog we look at the fate of a pair of nesting powerful owls threatened by development in Spring Gully, and Hugh Saddler explains what the hell pumped hydro storage means to our energy mix.
Will Australia Lead the Renewable Revolution - or China?
2 March 2017
While the latest analysis from scientists at ANU reveals that Australia could be running on 100% renewable energy by 2040, China may beat us if our politicians don't improve their game. China is on a renewable energy spending spree that has made it the new global leader on climate change. But TEC isn't waiting for the penny to drop here.