April 16, 2022

Quick Climate Links: 'A gullible fool and a pusher of lies', you decide

Quick Climate Links: 'A gullible fool and a pusher of lies',  you decide

A nameless correspondent has called me a "gullible fool and a pusher of lies" - you decide.

He/she writes: "You are in need of a proper education! Going to only biased conferences, run by corrupt institutions, does not make you an expert, it make (sic) you a gullible fool and a pusher of lies".

Meanwhile, Yale Climate Connection tells us "A switch to clean energy rapidly improves community health".

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"Canada in deepwater: behind the Trudeau government’s approval of the Bay du Nord offshore oil development";

"This election, the Ontario NDP’s climate plan is to undo the past four years";

"Steven Del Duca once halted Highway 413. But is the Ontario Liberal leader a climate visionary?";

"Spraying herbicides from helicopters? Concerns mount over plans for southern B.C. forests";

"Could a climate of change eject the Liberals from the Perth blue-ribbon seat of Curtin?";

"Listen to the Albert’s lyrebird: the best performer you’ve never heard of";

"Powerful 'rivers in the sky' could cause Antarctic Peninsula's biggest ice shelf to collapse";

"Canada is a rogue super-emitter";

"Just Stop Oil protesters scale fuel tanker in west London to block M4 access";

"Climate policies must allow women to control their bodies and their fates";

"‘No one has been spared’: The climate crisis and the bleak future of food";

"How Francia Marquez aims to break barriers in Colombia";

"March 2022: Earth’s 5th-warmest March on record";

"Central U.S. facing multi-day threat of severe storms and wildfires";

"Hurry up, future: International city initiatives that could lift Melbourne";

"Why the Daintree’s going to be ‘the only rainforest that’s growing, not shrinking’";

"How To Avoid Climate Doomism";

"California’s Cap-and-Trade Program and Local Climate Action Plans";

"Biden Plans to Open More Public Land to Drilling";

"South Africa flood toll nears 400 as rescuers search for missing";

"Regenerating Australia by Damon Gameau asks, what could Australia look like by 2030?";

"Atmospheric rivers could trigger next big Antarctic ice shelf collapse, study says";

"Methane emissions break record for second consecutive year: NOAA";

"Business Leaders Know the Climate Status Quo Is Untenable";

"The hottest electric vehicles at New York’s auto show have two wheels";

"Honda targets ‘Electric Vision’ for 2022";

"New report finds renewable energy can create three times as many jobs compared to fossil fuels";

"In Houston, one neighborhood’s trial – and retrial – by water".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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