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New research published by the CSIRO has found that Australia’s landscape is by far the country’s largest carbon sink. However, its nowhere near enough, absorbing just one-third of the national fossil fuel emissions over the last 30 years. The research, published in the open-access Biogeosciences (abstract here with link to full …

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Unhappy

Could it have been better?

"However, its (sic) nowhere near enough, absorbing just one-third of the national fossil fuel emissions over the last 30 years."

What would have been the result had Bob Hawks planted the Beeeelion trees he promised us back in 1990 that were supposed to be planted by 2000?

This here's the wattle,

the emblem of our land.

You can stick it in a bottle,

you can hold it in your hand.

Amen.

Bruce Two

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Whoops

Hawks = Hawke

Death to predictive text. Where's my edit function?

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Happy

Re: Whoops

Next time try "silver bodgie" I don't see how predictive text could mak a mess of that ....

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