The COVID situation in Victoria is not looking good at all and I think it could be a long time before we can meet as a group again.
No doubt we all consider ourselves lucky to be living here, in or near Benalla, where we haven’t had any cases of the virus for many weeks, even though we have gone back to stage 3 restrictions.
I hope you are all coping with those restrictions and all wearing masks when away from home.
As usual I have many articles to choose from to send to you for your regular sustainability update and I try to select ones that may be of greatest interest.
Within the articles I have attached, I found the one about lawsuits over climate change risk very interesting. There are also positive aspects to the other articles.
I will conduct another Zoom discussion about these articles at 10am on Friday morning but we will do things a little differently this time.
The last couple of sessions have come to an abrupt ending when the free 40 minutes runs out.
What I plan to do this Friday is to have a 15 minute coffee break when the first 40 minutes runs out and then we go back and click on the same link again and we will get another 40 minutes.
This will allow us to discuss a number of the articles.
The link to the Zoom meeting.
I look forward to seeing some of you via Zoom on Friday morning. Hopefully a few more people may decide to try Zoom this Friday.
Keep safe and keep positive.
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Binoy Kampmark Eureka Street 30 July 202
Simon Holmes à Court The Guardian Sat 11 July 202
A roadmap for an optimal electricity market suggests gas prices will need to stay low to compete with alternatives on renewable grid
Adam Morton Environment editor The Guardian Thu 30 Jul 2020
Adam Morton The Guardian Mon 3 Aug 2020