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{{News box item|The '''[[Zero Carbon Australia Stationary Energy Plan]]''' produced by [[Beyond Zero Emissions]], was launched in Melbourne, Australia to a packed audience at Melbourne University on Wednesday 14 August 2010.}} {{News box item|The '''[[Zero Carbon Australia Stationary Energy Plan]]''' produced by [[Beyond Zero Emissions]], was launched in Melbourne, Australia to a packed audience at Melbourne University on Wednesday 14 August 2010.}}

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The Green roof at 131 Queen Street (Melbourne, Australia), the first roof garden retrofitted to an existing commercial building in Melbourne, was unveiled on 15 July 2010.
The Zero Carbon Australia Stationary Energy Plan produced by Beyond Zero Emissions, was launched in Melbourne, Australia to a packed audience at Melbourne University on Wednesday 14 August 2010.
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South Australia mandates all new houses to have a six-star energy efficiency rating, announced 19 April 2010. link.
The Transition Decade was launched by David de Kretser, Victorian Governer, at a mass public event in Melbourne Town Hall on Sunday 14 February 2010.
Greenlivingpedia's front page background is going dark green this week as part of Great Australian Internet Blackout protest January 25-29th 2010.
Up to 90,000 Australians participated in the 2009 Walk Against Warming in Australian cities and regional centres on 12 December 2009. Speakers urged the Australian government to participate in a binding international agreement to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions and set strong emission reduction targets at the Copenhagen Climate Change conference in progress.
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