Welcome to BREAZE
Ballarat Renewable Energy And Zero Emissions - Based in Ballarat, Victoria.
BREAZE is a locally formed group of energetic, forward thinking people who believe that there are more sustainable ways of living on our patch of the planet. If you are concerned about climate change and want to actively reduce greenhouse emissions in and around Ballarat, then JOIN US! Get involved, contribute ideas, show your support. Together, we can make a difference.
- Category: Pot Luck Dinners
- Last Updated: 11 May 2015
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2015 - 8 years of BREAZE and Pot Luck Dinners!
The Next Pot Luck - this Friday May 15th 2015 - private house in Nerrina
- Category: Sustainable House Day
- Last Updated: 10 May 2015
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Sustainable Miners Cottage
You are invited to have a look at a Sustainable Miners Cottage
Part of BREAZE monthly CLIMATE FRIENDLY HOME visits 2015.
Sunday 17th May – tour starts 10am, ends 11.30am.
Please be prompt
- Category: Community Engagement
- Last Updated: 01 April 2015
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Last week brought disappointing news for all of us who want to see solar and renewables thrive. The Renewable Energy Target is sinking in political quicksand and despite the efforts of thousands of supporters across Australia, there’s no rescue in sight from Canberra.
The latest offer on the Target - which was a proposed enormous cut from 41,000 gigawatt hours to 33,500 gigawatt hours - was quickly rejected by the Government and the dead end debate continues*.
Solar Citizens all around our nation are telling us they are sick of solar and renewables being used as a political football. While the games are played in the corridors of Parliament, jobs are being lost, investment has ground to a halt and a renewable future is left in the shade.
It's time to change the conversation. Take the pledge to Stand Up For Solar to help build a force for a strong solar future that won’t be ignored, no matter who is running the country.
- Category: Engaging Government
- Last Updated: 18 March 2015
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That's right, there really is another inquiry on wind farms happening right now. Submissions close next Monday and its critical that people who believe in wind power are represented.
Can you take a few minutes to make your feelings clear to the committee?