Wind Energy: Future development of Canada‘s wind energy industry could be adversely affected if the federal government doesn‘t proceed with expansion of a production incentive program, the president of the Canadian Wind Energy Association said Wednesday. Oilweek Magazine Rich save (and waste) the most energy: Wealthy householders are doing more than anyone else to reduce their electricity bills, but they still use the most energy. Only 20% of the population are making significant attempts to improve energy efficiency in the home, and the bulk of those are high-earners, according to the Energy Saving Trust. The Times ACT govt urged to review water planning: The ACT Opposition says the Government is not reinvesting enough water revenue. A report into urban water supplies prompted federal parliamentary secretary Malcolm Turnbull to label state and territory water infrastructure as inadequate. The review of urban water supplies shows water restrictions are not enough to secure supply. 666 ABC Canberra Late spawning seen as climate change calamity: The winter rains have arrived with a vengeance and with it the Goldstream River salmon run, albeit two weeks late. Esquimalt News Outspoken American Climate Scientist Honored By WWF: American climate scientist Dr. James Hansen, who declined to be silenced by the Bush administration, is this year’s recipient of the Duke of Edinburgh Conservation Medal, awarded annually by the global conservation organisation WWF for outstanding service to the environment. Environment News Service. 

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