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In a hole, looking for new places to dig…

Australia is “jokingly” referred to as China’s quarry. The Australian economy is booming, and very tied to China‘s seemingly insatiable demand for raw materials. And here’s this from today’s Australian Financial Review: The federal government has been pressed by a … Continue reading

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When you’re in a coal hole, keep digging

Yep, China world leader in renewables blah blah. And this, though a prediction, gives one pause for thought… China’s coal imports may jump 60 per cent in 2011 on strong demand from power plants, said UOB Kay Hian. China’s overseas … Continue reading

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China crisis

I really should fire up the ol’ “Pending Ecological Debacle” blog site again, since articles like this belong there. China to open airspace for civil aviation Kathrin Hille and Jamil Anderlini Financial Times Tues November 16 2010 … said Jason … Continue reading

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Antimony – who knew?

I love the Financial Times – it’s like leaning over the shoulder of our overlords as they screw up any hope of a habitable planet. I’ve learnt to at least turn every page, because you never know what gem might … Continue reading

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