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John Englart (Takver)
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Melbourne based Web content editor, Science journalist, photojournalist
Melbourne based Web content editor, Science journalist, photojournalist

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More to consider on aviation emissions: we need to fly less and be seriously considering demand management to constrain aviation growth, aviation emissions and their growing proportion of our meagre carbon budget.
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Melbourne Airport expansion: Another tick the box consultation, silence on the big super wicked problem of aviation emissions, an expansion of infrastructure driven by private capital without consideration of long term climate change impact, and a lack of regulation by government on aviation emissions.

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The world's first local government hosted and facilitated climate emergency conference was held by the City of Darebin in the northern suburbs of Melbourne. My Report of this conference.
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Traffic on Sydney Rd/Hume Hwy: Time to Extend the #UpfieldBikePath through #Campbellfield for #cycling in #Melbourne
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What a beautiful 3D animation projection on the Exhibition Building #whitenight2018 #Melbourne
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In Australia with increasing heatwave intensity and frequency people need to devise and consider their heatwave plan
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Les Thomas performing at commemoration of aboriginal #freedomfighters #Tunnerminnerwait #Mauboyheener, executed on Jan 20 1842 in #Melbourne for their resistance in the #frontierwars
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Report from Bonn on the climate march. About 25,000 people attended. #COP23  
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Australia will be dragging the chains on coal at the UN climate change conference in Bonn, COP23. I will be attending and reporting on Australia.
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Sydney and Melbourne facing 50C heatwave temperatures by perhaps 2040, and the issues this will impose on urban populations.
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