This piece was originally published on Eco-Business.By Blair Palese
From the UK and China to Denmark, Chile and India, an inexorable global rush to move from polluting coal is under way. And it’s not just climate change and the Paris agreement that are the catalyst. Renewable energy is now cheaper than coal in most parts of the world.
This year, the choice between dirty fossil fuels and clean, renewable power has never been clearer.
Time’s up for old, outdated technology that pollutes our climate and our health. The future, powered by the sun and the wind, is on our doorstep.
On 24 March — one year before the NSW state election — people from around the state will converge on Sydney to make a powerful call to protect land, water and people from the impacts of coal and gas mining.
We’re just a couple of weeks away from turbocharging the movement to #StopAdani cooking our climate and wrecking our Reef.
Speaking notes are being drafted, vollie rosters being filled, stages being swept and buses being booked. Here are 11 reasons why you don’t want to miss out on this exciting event:
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