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Bringing a different mindset so we don’t repeat the mistakes of the past

We can't simply swap one kind of energy for another without transforming the systems that go with them.

We need to bring a different mindset or we run the risk of repeating the mistakes of the past.

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Budgets tell us a lot about a Government’s priorities and vision: The West Australian

Most Australians are far too focused on keeping their own household budget in the black to be too concerned about the state of the Federal books, except where it directly affects them. But understanding the Federal Budget is important and has implications for every Australian, beyond how much will be credited to your electricity account this quarter, and for our nation’s status globally.

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Unpacking the 5Cs for multi-generational benefits

There's 5Cs - consent, collaboration, capacity, co-design and co-ownership - and there needs to be incentives and resources put into all of those.

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The road to net zero runs through First Nations lands, powered by us

First Nations groups feeling a sense of urgency about the opportunities clean energy can bring in terms of access to energy, jobs, business development, and First Nations wealth generation on Country are calling for significant action and bold Federal Budget ambition at this year's First Nations Clean Energy Symposium happening in Adelaide on 8-9 May 2024.

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First Nations communities need clean energy security

One of the themes at the 26th World Energy Congress in Rotterdam from 22-25 April 2024 will be clean energy security for First Nations communities. 

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Embedding FPIC in the Future Made in Australia Act

As the Australian Government prepares to introduce its Future Made in Australia Act, the First Nations Clean Energy Network is urging Prime Minister Anthony Albanese to ensure the legislation includes and empowers First Nations peoples.

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We made the 100 Green Power Players List!

Our co-Chair Karrina Nolan was announced as one of Australia's significant Green Power Players today.

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Co-Chair of Network receives major award

The co-Chair of the First Nations Clean Energy Network, Karrina Nolan has received the Australian Geographic Society Award for 'Conservationist of the Year'.

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Energy Minister Chris Bowen talks with First Nations Clean Energy Network

The First Nations Clean Energy Network has been at the forefront of getting First Nations people involved in the energy revolution and to ensure that they will be part of the new energy industry into the future.

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First Nations Australian and Canadian energy leaders head to Canberra to secure Australian government’s commitment to partnering with First Nations in the clean energy transition

First Nations leaders from Australia and Canada are meeting with the Federal Minister for Climate Change and Energy Chris Bowen on 17th October and Members of Parliament and over 40 clean energy leaders on the 18th to share Canada’s experience and learnings to successfully ensure First Nations partner in Australia’s energy transition.

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