Blog Articles by Kim Shore

Hepburn Wind Farm (pic courtesy Geelong Sustainability)

Renewable energy is booming. Now is the time to create locally owned and resilient energy systems.

What do we think of the Essential Services Commission's decision to increase the minimum feed-in tariff?

co-design in action

The Sustainability Law Lab attended the Community Energy Congress at the Melbourne Town Hall on 27-28 February. Over 500 people voiced visions and declared actions for a new, clean energy system.

The Congress itself was filled with a buzz of optimism about our agency to create a better future. Some highlights:

We are a new initiative of Environmental Justice Australia, aiming to support purpose-led enterprises by providing access to innovative and cost effective legal services.


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