Dec. 9, 2021

Quick Climate Linkes: Envionmental justice; climate change worsens,; technological freedom

Quick Climate Linkes: Envionmental justice; climate change worsens,; technological freedom

Gemma Viney (pictured) is from the Sydney Environment Institute (SEI) at the University of Sydney and was among the speakers at a recent webinar staged by the SEI entitled "Never Again or Never? Environmental Justice in Australia".

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"‘Sustainable’ logging: when will we twig to the scams?";

"We’re a community of people working together for Victoria’s environment and future. Join us!";

"Joint Statement: Getting Victoria Off Gas";

"Australian parliament clears way for offshore wind farms";

"Very healthy’: Malcolm Turnbull backs climate-focused independents running in Liberal seats";

"Climate Action in a Fast and Busy World";

"Glasgow was a success, pity about Australia: Paris Accord author";

"Coal closures could come faster under both major parties’ climate plans";

"In a field near Geelong, switch flicked on Australia’s biggest battery";

"As my people move to higher ground, we need Australia to rise above its dangerous addiction to coal";

"Global warming is not like a Batman dilemma’";

"Biden Orders Federal Vehicles and Buildings to Use Renewable Energy by 2050";

"Landfill waste turned into commercial-grade petrol, diesel in CQUniversity project";

"A Legendary VC Has a Plan for Solving Climate Change";

""Decimated" town concerned about future mining";

"The West’s Nuclear Mistake";

"Statement on International Public Support for the Clean Energy Transition";

"Cop26 president declares ‘fragile win’ for climate despite watered-down coal pledges – as it happened";

"“Green colonialism”: the background behind a Western outlook on African nature";

"The Battle for Earth's Climate Will Be Fought in Africa";

"The Social and Economic Effects of Climate Change in Africa";

"What happens to global emissions if Africa triples down on natural gas for power?";

"Household air pollution and health";

"Global Energy Inequality Goes Deeper Than Bitcoin";

"Iron-dumping ocean experiment sparks controversy";

"Australian forests will store less carbon as climate change worsens and severe fires become more common";

"Why climate change must stay on the news agenda beyond global summits";

"Nature is hiding in every nook of Australia’s cities – just look a little closer and you’ll find it";

"Billions for Climate Protection Fuel New Debate: Who Deserves It Most";

"We won’t get a ‘freedom day’ from climate crisis without technology";

"Renewable energy: An imbalance of power";

"Lignocellulose: how nature's wonder material could help the energy transition";

"Speed & Scale: An Action Plan for Solving Our Climate Crisis Now";

"Strohm signs MoU with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy";

"HydrogenOne Capital Growth buys £9m stake in NanoSUN";

"How the iconic Sydney Opera House is cutting carbon pollution";

"Comparing the Coalition and Labor’s climate modelling reveals some underlying truths";

"WestConnex environmental offsets bought on property 400km outside Sydney part-owned by consultant";

"‘Enormous sum of money’: $40m windfall from NSW environmental offsets sparks calls for inquiry";

"Exclusive: oil companies’ profits soared to $174bn this year as US gas prices rose".

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