|Roadmap for Renewal|
|Communities in the Hunter region can prosper regardless of declines in the coal industry. We created a roadmap to get us there.|
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|Funding Our Future|
|The Hunter is Australia’s biggest regional economy. To power into the future, we need funding and policy support from the NSW Government.|
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|Check out our videos of past events and webinar recordings to get up to speed on the Hunter Renewal campaign.|
|Local and Vocal|
|People, businesses, councils and organisations are talking about the urgent need to plan for a new, diverse, and resilient economic future for our region.|
|With so many businesses in the region dependent on the coal sector, the impact of a transition will be widely felt. It’s critical that small businesses are aware of the risks & prepare for change.|
|All around the world coal communities are facing the challenges of transition. The Hunter Valley can draw on and learn from their experiences.|
Hunter coal exports under threat from Chinese Government's shift from away from offshore coal projectsChina's decision to stop funding overseas coal projects represented a potential threat to the Hunter's multi-billion dollar coal export industry, NSW Environment and Energy Minister Matt Kean said.In a move designed to bolster Beijing’s climate credentials, President Xi Jinping of China said on Tuesday (Wednesday AEST) that his country would stop building coal-burning power plants overseas, ending its support for construction projects that rely on the world’s dirtiest fossil fuel.
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