Despite the fact we are shivering through wintery weather, the world temperature records have been broken twice in one week. The average global air temperature was 17.18C on Tuesday 4th of July, according to data collated by the US National Centres for Environmental Prediction (NCEP), surpassing the record 17.01C reached on Monday. The previous hottest day on record was 16.92C in 2016. These rising global temperatures indicate we are not making changes fast enough and we need to redouble our efforts to transition from fossil fuels to renewables.
The projects GCCN undertakes is always with the aim of achieving our mission to build partnerships, connect people with information and opportunities, support and deliver climate-positive initiatives with social, economic, and environmental benefits.
GCCN Chair Carolyn Crossley
- Gippsland New Energy Conference – powering up
- EV Fast Chargers in Gippsland
- Just Transition – Free forum at the Morwell Innovation Centre, great turnout
- Energise Gippsland Project – solar installation at Yallambee Village for the Aged in Traralgon
- GCCN Gippsland EV Expo’s
- Renewable Energy Demonstration Trailer (RED Trailer)
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