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Media alert: Polling release discussion; renewables make farmers money

Farmers for Climate Action < 1 mins read
Who: Farmers for Climate Action will discuss the release of polling showing regional Australians see renewable energy developments as the biggest economic opportunity for their regions. Several farmers from different parts of Australia will tell their stories about how renewables make them substantial income which supports, and sometimes saves, family farms.
 
Senate Courtyard, Australian Parliament House, 10am Monday, 5 February.
 
Media contact: Les White 0409805122 les@lockslie.com

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