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INDIA-ADANI/
RTR38E02
September 25, 2012
Engineers inspect electric transmission lines at Adani Power Company thermal power plant at Mundra in...
MUNDRA, India
Engineers inspect electric transmission lines at Adani Power Company thermal power plant at Mundra in...
Engineers inspect electric transmission lines at Adani Power Company thermal power plant at Mundra in the western Indian state of Gujarat September 24, 2012. As global mining giants scale back their ambitions in Australia's coal sector, Indian billionaire Gautam Adani is showing no such caution and plans to push full-steam ahead with a $4.5 billion project in a bet on rising Indian demand. Picture taken September 24, 2012. To match Interview INDIA-ADANI/ REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
AUSTRALIA-FLOODS/
RTXWHXF
January 13, 2011
A truck submerged by flood waters is seen near a power transmission line west of Brisbane January 13,...
Brisbane, Australia
Truck submerged by flood waters is seen near a power transmission line west of Brisbane
A truck submerged by flood waters is seen near a power transmission line west of Brisbane January 13, 2011. Flood water in Australia's third-biggest city peaked below feared catastrophic levels on Thursday but Brisbane and other devastated regions faced years of rebuilding and even the threat of fresh floods in the weeks ahead. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA-FLOODS/
RTXWHWY
January 13, 2011
The damaged Moggill ferry sits in flood waters near broken power transmission lines west of Brisbane...
Brisbane, Australia
The damaged Moggill ferry sits in flood waters near broken power transmission lines west of Brisbane
The damaged Moggill ferry sits in flood waters near broken power transmission lines west of Brisbane January 13, 2011. Flood water in Australia's third-biggest city peaked below feared catastrophic levels on Thursday but Brisbane and other devastated regions faced years of rebuilding and even the threat of fresh floods in the weeks ahead. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
CLIMATE-AUSTRALIA/
RTXRKE5
December 07, 2009
The sun sets behind a pair of transmission pylons carrying high voltage power cables in Sydney December...
Sydney, Australia
Sun sets behind a pair of transmission pylons carrying high voltage power cables in Sydney
The sun sets behind a pair of transmission pylons carrying high voltage power cables in Sydney December 7, 2009. The biggest climate meeting in history, with 15,000 participants from 192 nations, begins in Copenhagen on Monday seeking to agree curbs on greenhouse gas emissions and raise billions of dollars for the poor in aid and clean technology. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-CARBON/
RTXR2IY
November 24, 2009
A street sign stands under electricity transmission cables in Sydney November 24, 2009. Australia's government...
Sydney, Australia
Street sign stands under electricity transmission cables in Sydney
A street sign stands under electricity transmission cables in Sydney November 24, 2009. Australia's government will boost compensation to big carbon emitters, coal companies and electricity generators under a revised carbon-trade scheme aimed at securing vital parliamentary support in a vote this week. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-CARBON/
RTXR2IV
November 24, 2009
An airplane flies through low cloud above high tension electricity transmission cables and barbed wire...
Sydney, Australia
Airplane flies through low cloud above high tension electricity transmission cables in Sydney
An airplane flies through low cloud above high tension electricity transmission cables and barbed wire in Sydney November 24, 2009. Australia's government will boost compensation to big carbon emitters, coal companies and electricity generators under a revised carbon-trade scheme aimed at securing vital parliamentary support in a vote this week. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-CARBON/
RTR2507G
June 25, 2009
High voltage electrical transmission towers are seen near a freeway in Melbourne June 25, 2009. Australia's...
Sydney, Australia
High voltage electrical transmission towers are seen in Melbourne
High voltage electrical transmission towers are seen near a freeway in Melbourne June 25, 2009. Australia's landmark carbon trade scheme, being watched around the world in the lead up to global climate talks in December, hit a political roadblock on Thursday when parliament delayed a vote on the plan until August. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA-CLIMATE/
RTR22LHO
December 15, 2008
High voltage electrical transmission towers are seen at the brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in the...
LATROBE VALLEY, Australia
High voltage electrical transmission towers are seen at brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe...
High voltage electrical transmission towers are seen at the brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in the Latrobe Valley near Melbourne December 15, 2008. Australia on Monday committed to start the most sweeping carbon trade scheme outside Europe in mid-2010, as planned, despite business calls for a delay due to the global financial crisis. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX9N03
October 17, 2008
An adult male Tasmanian Devil named Tex stretches his jaws open in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga...
Sydney, Australia
Tasmanian Devil named Tex stretches his jaws open in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo
An adult male Tasmanian Devil named Tex stretches his jaws open in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo October 17, 2008. Taronga Zoo announced a new fundraising campaign for the Tasmanian Devil breeding program on Friday, as authorities campaign to save the world's largest carnivorous marsupial from extinction from a rare transmission cancer called Devil Facial Tumour Disease. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-CLIMATE/
RTX925Q
September 30, 2008
A seagull flies past high voltage electrical transmission towers in Melbourne September 30, 2008. Australia's...
Melbourne, Australia
A seagull flies past high voltage electrical transmission towers in Melbourne
A seagull flies past high voltage electrical transmission towers in Melbourne September 30, 2008. Australia's economy, powered by coal-fired generators, can afford to cut greenhouse gas emissions by five to 10 percent by 2020 through an emissions trading scheme starting in 2010, said the nation's chief climate adviser.
In his final report on the planned emissions scheme, Ross Garnaut said if Australia cut emissions by at 10 percent by 2020, it would only cost 0.1-0.2 percent of annual GDP growth to 2020.
REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA CLIMATE/CARBON
RTX7XPC
July 15, 2008
High voltage electrical transmission lines are seen in Melbourne July 15, 2008. The centre-left Labor...
Melbourne, Australia
High voltage electrical transmission lines are seen in Melbourne
High voltage electrical transmission lines are seen in Melbourne July 15, 2008. The centre-left Labor national government will on Wednesday unveil an options paper for how a carbon-emissions trading scheme could reshape the A$1 trillion ($972 billion) economy to make it less reliant on coal-fired electricity for energy. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA CLIMATE/CARBON
RTX7XP8
July 15, 2008
High voltage electrical transmission lines are seen over tombstones at a cemetry in Melbourne July 15,...
Melbourne, Australia
High voltage electrical transmission lines are seen over tombstones at a cemetry in Melbourne
High voltage electrical transmission lines are seen over tombstones at a cemetry in Melbourne July 15, 2008. The centre-left Labor national government will on Wednesday unveil an options paper for how a carbon-emissions trading scheme could reshape the A$1 trillion ($972 billion) economy to make it less reliant on coal-fired electricity for energy. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA CLIMATE/CARBON
RTX7XP6
July 15, 2008
Ceramic insulators are seen on high voltage electrical transmission lines at a electricity station in...
Melbourne, Australia
Ceramic insulators are seen on high voltage electrical transmission lines at a electricity station in...
Ceramic insulators are seen on high voltage electrical transmission lines at a electricity station in Melbourne July 15, 2008. The centre-left Labor national government will on Wednesday unveil an options paper for how a carbon-emissions trading scheme could reshape the A$1 trillion ($972 billion) economy to make it less reliant on coal-fired electricity for energy. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA CLIMATE/CARBON
RTX7XP4
July 15, 2008
High voltage electrical transmission lines are seen over tombstones at a cemetery in Melbourne July 15,...
Melbourne, Australia
High voltage electrical transmission lines are seen over tombstones at a cemetry in Melbourne
High voltage electrical transmission lines are seen over tombstones at a cemetery in Melbourne July 15, 2008. The centre-left Labor national government will on Wednesday unveil an options paper for how a carbon-emissions trading scheme could reshape the A$1 trillion ($972 billion) economy to make it less reliant on coal-fired electricity for energy. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
PBL-MEDIA/
RTR1QBHR
June 01, 2007
The transmission tower of the PBL owned Nine Network stands behind a traffic sign at the company's headquarters...
Sydney, Australia
Transmission tower of the PBL-owned Nine Network stands behind a traffic sign at the company's headquarters...
The transmission tower of the PBL owned Nine Network stands behind a traffic sign at the company's headquarters in Sydney June 1, 2007. James Packer's Publishing & Broadcasting Ltd. (PBL) agreed on Friday to sell a 25 percent interest in its media joint venture to private equity partner CVC. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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