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Coalition For Community Energy

Coalition for Community Energy

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by Andrew Bray and Lindsay Soutar

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Sue Cooke talking to a colleagueI’ve been making lots of calls to people involved in the 100% campaign in the last few weeks. My favourite one left me oddly buzzing, and walking rapidly around the room, saying to myself - "how fantastic!" It’s the experience of discovering shared interests that floors me every time.

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Posted by Andrew Bray

Tom Driftwood had quite a year in 2011.

One of the most active people in his local climate action group, Lismore Climate Action, in February 2011 he travelled to the Scenic Rim area on the NSW-QLD border to join a national workshop with the 100% Renewable campaign. Six months later he found himself being photographed with Rob Oakeshott at Parliament House.

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Last Wednesday I found myself busily searching for an an internet cafe on Collins St, in the heart of Melbourne's CBD.

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Today, we're excitedly heading to Canberra to present a Report on 14,000 Renewable Energy Conversations - conversations held by thousands of you in every corner of the country over the last four months - to the members of the Multi-party Climate Change Committee.

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Climate Committee members are heading into a long weekend of the negotiations about the carbon price tomorrow and the polluters are up to the their usual tricks putting claims on carbon price money that could otherwise be going into renewable energy.

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The coming weeks will prove to be very important for the future of renewable energy in Australia.

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Posted by jim rees
From Group:

I go door knocking with my confidence a little dented after Stephen, noticing my unusually neat appearance, comments I look a bit Mormonish. Stephen is casually dressed in shorts and a freshly ironed 100% t-shirt. Hmmm, perhaps the dark slacks, dark green shirt and wide brimmed white hat with paisley ribbon is, well, not so much Mormonish as Texan-Cowboy-Goes-to-the-Beach. Oh well, too late to change and anyway I really like that hat, it often brings me luck.

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Sean, my daughter Tully and I decided to get out in the public and so we turned up bright and early to the monthly Wauchope Farmers Market.  We had a lovely morning meeting folk and sharing time chatting about about renewable energy, pricing carbon and the politics of the moment. We had a board set up in a strategic spot with all of the 100% campaign pics, ACF's map of Oz and its amazing renewable potential and our survey stuff.

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