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The Carlton Eco Camp in Melbourne: Another conversation about clean renewable energy where diverse producers don’t have to be governments, who gamble billions on fusion (07.10.2019)

 

 

I was in the cosmopolitan Melbourne CBD, continuing my own Carlton research (I was born in Carlton in Melbourne) when I noticed a protest pass by. It is apparently an eco protest based in nearby Carlton Gardens.

 

 

... cosmopolitan Melbourne... walking, cycling & trams...

 

The Royal Womens Hospital, where I was born in 1962, used to be in Carlton.

 

I live in the "future" around 1o hours ahead of GMT :)

 

... 'rebel' ?: ... affordable clean renewable energy has mainstream support...

 

There is considerable "irony" in an Australian protest calling themselves an ‘Extinction Rebellion’ because of course when I was born during the Franco era, governments were directly using eugenics on we “forgotten” children in Australia, many of whom are "mixed" race.

 

The conversation about clean renewable energy is mainstream, rather than a 'rebel' cause, because most people want clean affordable renewable energy and indeed groups of activists could well and probably will become new clean renewable energy companies.

 

... part of the melbourne scenery...

 

The conversation about clean renewable energy is mainstream, rather than a 'rebel' cause, because most people want clean affordable renewable energy and indeed groups of activists could well and probably will become new clean renewable energy companies.

 

 

... there is an abundance of... wind power...

 

Clean renewable energy producers don’t have to be governments and clean renewable energy is not just about politics.

 

 

... water power, the seas and solar are a vast resource...

 

When Mr Hedge fund & Co say they support clean and green, it’s pretty easy to determine if that is really true, because they either invest in clean renewable energy start-ups etc or they don’t.

 

 

... a local farmers market...

 

A legitimate concern is global governments currently spending many billions gambling on fusion (ie: the Provence project) because that also keeps uranium in play, (an Alain Bugat was a CEO in the French nuclear industry) rather than politicians more actively investing in the diverse range of clean renewables in the here and now.    

 

... chairm @ vegout...

 

... carlton...

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