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Climate change, what is the government doing?

16 July 2010
Category: Government

Climate change unifies a nation.

The Australian government has fully embraced the reality of climate change and it is now on its way of becoming state enemy number one. The common threat is unifying nations.

The government openly states that it finds it difficult to precisely predict what the impacts of climate change will be, as they vary with each region.

On the official government site you can read that Australia is very vulnerable to the effects of climate change, because we are already the driest inhabited continent on earth, and concerns are for the vulnerable ecological systems, food production and agriculture.

What is the government doing?

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We install solar systems in Northern NSW and Southern QLD.


QLD:
Gold Coast (from Coolangatta to Southport), Nerang and Hinterland (Beaudesert) and out West (Warwick, Stanthorpe, Killarney)


NSW:
Northern NSW (Tweed Heads to Yamba, including Evans Head, Byron Bay and Ballina); the Far North Coast Hinterland (Grafton via Lismore to Murwillumbah) and out West (Casino to Tenterfield, including Drake and Tabulam, as well as Woodenbong and Bonalbo)

For larger system we also go up to Brisbane or down to Coffs Harbour and even Glen Innes. Other places by arrangement.