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DEA – Do The Math Movie Screening:

May 23, 2013 - At the 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, the Accord that was agreed upon by all nations of our planet only contained one number. This number was 2. The context of this number was that every country present agreed in principle that climate change must be kept below a rise of 2 degrees centigrade, or we will all face severe and damaging impacts. Scientists soon calculated that in order to achieve this we must not exceed the overall emissions total of 565 gigatones of CO2, which on the current trends equate to another 15 years of emissions at...

An important legal decision on coal power in Australia

April 3, 2012 - ...most susceptible are the young, the old and people with pre-existing medical conditions. It is vitally important to realise that from a public health and environment perspective, coal combustion as an energy source is an expensive financial option. A 2011 published peer-reviewed study from the Harvard Medical School estimated that the full life cycle effects of coal are costing the US public a third to a half of a trillion dollars annually (over US$1000 per year for every Amercan man, woman and child). Estimates from this Harvard study effectively doubles to triples the price of electricity from coal per kWh....

Climate change and Environmental Refugees

May 1, 2007 - ...and 4000 a year. There are also likely to be more widespread mosquito-borne infectious diseases such as dengue fever, Ross River virus, Barmah Forest virus and possibly malaria, spreading southwards. Impacts of climate change in the Pacific Basin Alan Dupont, international security analyst and Graeme Pearman, climatologist, have co-authored a paper Heating up the planet – climate change and security (3) for the Lowy Institute for International Policy (Paper 12, 2006). They cite Hurricane Katrina, the so-called once in a century hurricane, which devastated the south-eastern coastal states of USA in August 2005, causing over 1000 deaths, displacing over one...

The mining and burning of coal: effects on health and the environment

March 7, 2012 - ...rich and technologically sophisticated country with the second highest Human Development Index in the world. It should have the ability to gradually phase out the use of coal and to expand the generation of electricity from renewable energy sources. Such a change will have the greatest benefit for Australian and global health and for protection of the environment” “Since this article was submitted the Australian government has announced it will introduce a carbon tax to mesh seamlessly into an emissions trading scheme; the authors support the government’s initiative to put a price on carbon as a significant public health measure”....

Letter to Prime Minister Scott Morrison: “the leader who failed to lead on Climate Change.”

January 21, 2020 - ...of the highest per-capita emitters of carbon in the world, you continue to promulgate the view that Australia is acting responsibly by ‘doing our bit’. Prime Minister, history will record your personal and governmental response to the 2019-20 bushfire crisis as flawed. But you still have an opportunity to do the right thing by your fellow Australians and the global community and show true leadership in response to the fires. Act decisively on climate change. Cut ties with the fossil fuel industry. Listen to the pleas of our children. Stop Adani and decommission coal fired power plants. Put a price...

Big Banks Are Selling Us Out on Climate Change by Tara Lohan, AlterNet, www.alternet.org

October 13, 2007 - ...the banks in a position of extreme power and explains how they can invest with impunity is developments such as dams ,armaments, pulp mills that carry many dangers for civilisation. The following article is about American banks, but its story is similar for all countries. it certainly applies to Australia Big Banks Are Selling Us Out on Climate Change by Tara Lohan, AlterNet, http://www.alternet.org/ Posted October 6, 2007 We gratefully acknowledge permission to publish Whether we avert catastrophe with climate change may actually be decided by Citibank and Bank of America. We’re nearing the end of the window of opportunity...

A Healthy Climate Change Battle

July 18, 2012 - ...commitment. The AMA grapples with what are more immediate matters of life and death. The torpor of the Royal Colleges has been distressing, but probably reflects the views and conflicts present in the general community. The health message should have been delivered by government but it gagged itself with conflict of interest in supporting coal and other fossil fuel mining, preferring expediency to careful explanation of long term sustainability. Unfortunately for them this would draw attention to many communities suffering and accepting ill health from pollution because they fear loss of jobs. A price on carbon is a public health...

DEA applauds the NSW Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap

November 9, 2020 - ...fuel projects like the Narrabri gas wells or Hunter Valley mines,” says Dr Ewald.  “Steady employment makes an important contribution to health.  “The jobs created by wind and solar farms as well as by pumped hydro storage and new transmission lines will not be subject to the boom and bust cycles of fossil fuel exports caused by price swings and foreign trade disputes. “ An increase in the use of renewable energy to replace greenhouse producing fossil fuels is also a key health strategy to curb climate change, which is a public health emergency.  Media inquiries DEA’s Media and Communications...

Coal’s Economic Cost to Human Health

March 6, 2013 - Hopefully the day will come when Alan Kohler points to his daily graph on ABC News and announces knowingly “today the cost of coal has doubled…… there was an unfortunate accounting error in yesterday’s price”. He will have taken a vital step for humanity and human health. “Coal is the cheapest source of energy” is the oft repeated mantra not only of industry but of ministers. It is only cheap under accounting that ignores full costs. With full cost accounting of externalities it is likely to be the most expensive fuel and the acceptance of this simple concept would pave...

β€œCoal-fired power stations are death factories”

February 18, 2011 - ...coal it always seemed likely that coal was the most expensive fuel. The problem has been that the cost of these externalities has not been measured. Professor Paul Epstein of the Centre forHealth and the Global Environment, Harvard Medical School is about to publish the costing of coal externalities in the New York Academy of Sciences. Some preliminary details have been published in the press in recent days and DEA has received some summary brochures from Paul Epstein. The externality costs of coal are calculated to add 18c/kWh to the price of electricity in the USA and this cost may...

New report from Beyond Zero Emissions

August 1, 2012 - ...the fact that only one eighth of the world’s remaining fossil fuel reserves can safely be burned. Australia can help make that which is currently “unthinkable” — a global fossil fuel phase out — a reality. We propose an Australian moratorium on new fossil fuel developments: a bold move from the world’s largest coal exporter that can serve as the centerpiece for a wider call to action. Such a move would maintain the current global price of coal and stop it from falling by an expected 30% this decade. It would be one of the few conceivable ways that any...

Climate change, an important study β€œWhat Australia can learn from the world’s best de-carbonisation

March 23, 2012 - ...The integrated suite of technological and systemic changes needed to reach a just and sustainable post carbon future will clearly need to include : rapid reductions in energy consumption and improvements in energy efficiency rapid replacement of fossil fuels by renewable energy significant investment in forests and sustainable agriculture to draw down and sequester carbon into sustainable carbon sinks. We already have the technologies to achieve emission reductions at the required speed and scale. Soaring investment in technological innovation, particularly in the United States, China and Germany, is driving down the price of energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies at...

Climate change. How do we lead the Blind?

September 11, 2006 - “The reality is that climate change of the order and time frames predicted by climate scientists poses fundamental questions of human security, survival and the stability of nation states which necessitate judgments about political and strategic risk as well as economic cost.” This an introductory statement from a collaborative paper “Heating up the Planet; Climate Change and Security” from the Lowy Institute for International Policy written by Alan Dupont, Senior Fellow for International Security at the Institute and Graeme Pearman, former Chief of Atmospheric Research at the CSIRO. There are several reasons for framing a report in this way. Firstly...

Climategate and shooting the messenger, by Peter Doherty

March 17, 2010 - ...warming have been understood for more than a century. If you want a brief summary of the current situation look at the US Government National Oceanographic Administration website Click Rising greenhouse gas levels that result largely from the massive dumping of fossil fuel combustion products into the atmosphere cause the progressive trapping of energy radiated by the earth. While atmospheric CO2 levels of 280 ppm stop our planet becoming an ice block, we’re now heading rapidly towards 450 ppm, a concentration that hasn’t been seen for at least 650,000 and maybe a couple of million years. Doubling greenhouse gas levels...

Climate Change and the Financial Crisis; a new opportunity for DEA to redouble its effectiveness.

January 8, 2009 - ...of the self-regulation of the unfettered market has gone quiet. For those of us concerned about it, the pre-crash economic system guaranteed environmental catastrophe; with global bio-capacity already over-exceeded and the atmosphere polluted with greenhouse gases, everyone was being exhorted to consume even more. Climate change from this atmospheric contamination was the greatest demonstration of the failure of an unregulated market in which polluters were not required to pay the price of their pollution. It was always going to be a race to see which imploded first, the unsustainability of the environment or of the market. The unsustainable market collapsed...

DEA Newsletter – May 2020

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DEA Newsletter – March 2020

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