Tasmanian Times


Movement pits technology against climate change

Flickr, David Blackwell. Walking home one evening in 2074 Paul wondered about the scientific breakthrough reversing the effects of climate change and its impact on his beach condo investment

Second part in a series on climate change policies …

Read more here

Author Credits: [show_post_categories parent="no" parentcategory="writers" show = "category" hyperlink="yes"]


  1. Kim Peart

    December 7, 2018 at 1:17 pm

    There is a point where aggressive badgering can have the opposite effect to that which was intended … unless a reaction that has been prompted fits the real intention.

  2. Kim Peart

    December 6, 2018 at 10:07 am

    The CO2 level for a safe Earth was passed in the 1980s (350 ppm = 1.5C). Are we now in an undeclared state of planet emergency?

    Events in the Queensland heatwave indicate the shape of death to come, and the impact of that heat and fires on the Great Barrier Reef is yet to hit.

    We need a radically different approach to human survival and winning back a safe Earth .. a ten year plan that is mobilised within a year.

    Will we get serious?

    • Russell

      December 7, 2018 at 7:55 am

      Will you get serious and put some solar panels on your own roof, Kim?


      Russell, which is correct – solar panels or solar modules? Maybe “modules” is the precise term.

      From the Web:


      One of a set of separate parts that, when combined, form a complete whole:

      Example: The emergency building is transported in individual modules, such as bedrooms and a kitchen, which are put together on site.

      Your views?

      — Moderator

      • Russell

        December 8, 2018 at 10:13 am

        Moderator, it doesn’t really matter does it? Everyone knows what I am talking about.

        They are sold as solar panels, not solar modules. Google both terms and see what you come up with.

        There really wasn’t any need to be unnecessarliy pendantic.

To Top