Free Webinar 12 November – Choosing Energy Efficient Appliances

October 25, 2020 / From News

Following on from our August Webinar on Building Energy Efficient Houses we are now exploring what you put in your home in the way of energy-efficient appliances. The focus will be on the two biggest energy uses in the home: space conditioning and water heating.  It will help you navigate the technology and product choices involved in […]

What was fixed at the latest Repair Cafe?

October 25, 2020 / From News

The latest Repair Cafe on Friday 23 October was really buzzing with over 20 people bringing items to repair.  This week the successful repairs included: a flat tyre on a bicycle-fixed safety helmet visor 2 hanging lamps (switch made operational) fixed faulty carpet shampooer fixed faulty switch on the circuit board reset clock radio and […]

Moo’s News Second Edition – Out Now

October 25, 2020 / From News

Thanks for all the wonderful contributions for the second MOO’S NEWS that has been recently released. It is a bumper edition. Check out the MOO’S NEWS Second Edition. Read more about how MOO’S NEWS came about here.

1 year review of residential solar and battery

October 18, 2020 / From News

Jason Venning has shared his insights one year after installing solar and battery at his Melbourne home. It’s always interesting to learn from other’s experiences. Read more here

QLD Labor’s Renewable Initiatives

October 12, 2020 / From News

Excerpt from It’s not good. Scott Morrison has released a Budget which threatens Australia’s clean energy future — it confirms the Government’s commitment to fossil fuels and hollow support for renewables. To add insult to injury, the Budget includes an unspecified amount of funding to prop up the ageing and controversial Vales Point coal station. This […]

Step Up For Nature – Free Training for South Coast

October 5, 2020 / From News

NATURE CONSERVATION TRUST ADVOCACY TRAINING PROGRAMME – The NCT has a very successful training programme which it has modelled to be run as a zoom training programme. The objective of the course is to train and equip local community members to advocate for nature in their home locale. They have already run the course several […]

Solar Our Schools Petition

September 30, 2020 / From News

Australian Parents for Climate Action (AP4CA) are a volunteer group of Australian parents advocating for a safer climate for our children’s future. As a COVID19 economic recovery stimulus project, they are calling on the Federal Government to fund solar panels and batteries for every school and early childhood centre in Australia. They are inviting you […]

SHASA Coordinator to turbo charge South Coast Volunteer Not For Profits

September 23, 2020 / From News

Job Description: To build the capability of 20 Eurobodalla based community non for profits to be self-sustaining, resilient and successful in achieving their goals. To provide community groups with assistance to get tax deductability status, ABNs, incorporation, and GST registered where appropriate, help improve their web and social media presence (including better links to each […]

SHASA October Newsletter

September 23, 2020 / From News

Out Now. Read our latest October Newsletter here. Read our archived previous SHASA Monthly Newsletters here.

Eco-anxiety: Exploring the Psychological Impacts of Climate Change

September 13, 2020 / From News

Are you interested in being involved in a study as follows? This research seeks to better understand individual experiences of anxiety relating to climate change and other environmental problems (e.g., global warming, ecological degradation and species extinction). If you are 18 years or older you are eligible to participate in this 20-minute online survey. To […]

Solar Installations Soar in NSW

September 11, 2020 / From News

Some quick facts: 79 mega watts ie 79,000 kilowatts of rooftop solar was installed in NSW in August 2020. Rooftop solar (households and businesses) installations are up 41% on last year across Australia. In August 2020, renewables produced 28.3% of the grid’s electricity. Read more here.

A New Alliance for a Clean Energy Future for Gilmore and Eden-Monaro Electorates

September 10, 2020 / From News

A new alliance of community groups and individuals are working to identify realistic net zero emission industry and employment opportunities for our region. Climate Action Monaro is coordinating this project currently supported by Southcoast Health andSustainability Alliance, LEAN, National Trust, and National Parks Association. We’re seeking collaboration with other like-minded groups in the two electorates […]

Craig Reucassel in Webinar

September 9, 2020 / From News

A free 1 hour webinar was held today 9 September 2020 with over 3000 attendees. The topic was “A Plan for Planet A”. This was hosted by the Australia Institute and was a great success. The session was a follow up to the 3 part series “Fight for Planet A” held over successive weeks on […]

Climate Change Game Changer

August 29, 2020 / From News

This was released by the Australian Conservation Foundation yesterday 28 August 2020. Today, the Australian Climate Roundtable – a powerful alliance of Australia’s biggest businesses, farmers, unions and civil society – has thrown down the gauntlet to the Morrison Government, demanding immediate action to address the climate crisis. This is a game-changing moment for climate action in […]

Webinar: Building energy-efficient houses that save money and help the environment

August 27, 2020 / From News

Whether you are rebuilding after the fires, planning a renovation or other building project, or simply want to reduce your energy bills, this webinar presents valuable and practical insights from leading experts in the field of energy-efficient building design. Download the presentations (both as PDF’s): Alan Pears Paul Dolphin

SHASA Newsletters – Past Editions

August 4, 2020 / From News

Here is a link to past SHASA Newsletters

NSW’s First Renewable Energy Zone

July 21, 2020 / From News

The New South Wales government’s plan to establish its first renewable energy zone in the state’s Central West has received a “phenomenal” response, attracting 113 registrations of interest for projects totalling a massive 27 gigawatts and valued at $38 billion. The stunning response was revealed on Tuesday, less than one month after the state Coalition government […]

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