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Plants put out the bat signal by Ian Woolf,
Tracking your attention with Dan Sovick,
Let them eat coal! by Ian Woolf,
Production checked by Charles Willock,
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf

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Bats Are Acoustically Attracted to Mutualistic Carnivorous Plants
With acoustic reflector, carnivorous pitcher plants advertise themselves to bats
Carnivorous plant's sound echoes draw bats in
With Sonar-Reflecting Leaves, Plant Lures Bats to Poo in it

Political donations lean heavily towards Liberals
Coal mining industry has more power over Abbott Government than Minister for Agriculture

Liverpool Plains coal mine: Shenhua project will not affect water quality, NSW Premier Mike Baird says
Acland coal mine: Company seeking mine expansion donated $700,000 to LNP, federal Liberal Party
Shenhua coal project may undermine Baird's electoral chances
Explainer: Shenhua's Watermark coal mine in the Liverpool Plains in NSW

Despite slashed incentives, Australian solar won't die
Government pulls the plug on household solar
Wind farm ban will hurt solar, renewable industry says
Abbott government extends renewable energy investment ban to solar power
The Government's War On Wind And Solar Hurts Homes And Businesses
CEFC to expand access to solar PV for households and businesses
Solar bonus scheme
Clean Energy Finance Corporation could have legal grounds to fight wind and solar ban, lawyer says


July 13, 2015

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