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Reducing the ecological footprint: The prospect for green energy
The Gold Coast Transformed: From Wilderness to Urban Ecosystem
  • Sophie Telfar, BHP Billiton
  • Tor Hundloe, Bond University
Date of this Version
3-1-2015
Document Type
Book Chapter
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Telfer, S., & Hundloe, T. (2015). Reducing the ecological footprint: The prospect for green energy. In T. Hundloe, B. McDougall, & C. Page (Eds.), The Gold Coast Transformed: From Wilderness to Urban Ecosystem (pp. 141-144). Clayton South, Australia: CSIRO Publishing.

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Copyright © Tor Hundloe, Bridgette McDougall & Craig Page, 2015

2015 HERDC submission

ISBN
9781486303298
Abstract
Extract: In this chapter we ask the question: what scope is there for Gold Coast citizens, businesses and government agencies to play a proportionally appropriate role in replacing greenhouse gas-producing fossil fuels (in the generation of electricity and for transport) by environmentally friendly energy sources? We could expect that a sunny coastal city caressed by waves, subject to diurnal tidal flows and noted for its sea breezes would have more than average potential to play a leading role in this cause. This we will explore after putting the question into perspective.
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Sophie Telfar and Tor Hundloe. "Reducing the ecological footprint: The prospect for green energy" 1Clayton South, AustraliaThe Gold Coast Transformed: From Wilderness to Urban Ecosystem (2015) p. 141 - 144
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tor_hundloe/22/