March 16, 2022

Quick Climate Links: Anjali Sharma is both angry and devastated feeling she has lost her right to a safe future

Quick Climate Links: Anjali Sharma is both angry and devastated feeling she has lost her right to a safe future

Anjali Sharma (pictured) was among a group of young people who had felt success, but then have it turn to tragedy when a court case considered their future safety from climate change fell from being in their favour to be reversed, allowing Australia's Environment Minister, Sussan Ley, to again progress fossil fuel projects without consideration of Australia's young people.

An outraged, and obviously unhappy Anjali penned a story in The Melbourne Age: "Losing this court case feels like we’ve lost our chance for a safe future".

Listen to The Guardians 'The Full Story' in which you will hear about "The Greens’ next power play".

And from RoCo films there is "The Revolution Generation".

The New York Times repeats the warning that "Time Is Running Out to Avert a Harrowing Future, Climate Panel Warns".

Go on a deeper diver with the World Resources Institute and its "Big Ideas into Action" podcast.

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"Teen activists vow to keep fighting for 'climate justice', despite Federal Court ruling against them";

"How Fossil-Fuel Companies Are Stonewalling Sarah Bloom Raskin’s Nomination to the Fed";

"Group seeks inclusion into UN systems, canvasses health coalition";

"Welsh solar farm exceeds expectations in powering Swansea hospital":

"Federal Environment Minister does not have a duty of care to protect children from climate harm: court";

"February 2022: Earth’s 7th-warmest February on record";

"The war in Ukraine puts new urgency behind Europe’s nuclear energy transition";

"Today’s disappointing federal court decision undoes 20 years of climate litigation progress in Australia";

"Russia and Ukraine are important to the renewables transition. Here’s what that means for the climate";

"The local plan to train Lismore’s flotilla of flood rescue tinnies";

"Michael Pascoe: Scott Morrison set precedent for carbon levy";

"Who’s to blame for the energy crisis?";

"Is Remote Work Actually Better for the Environment?";

"Is Behavioral Science the Secret Ingredient for Effective Climate Action?";

"5 Ways the Glasgow Climate Pact Aims to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions";

"3 steps to boost energy security and relieve gas price spikes";

"The Tories railed against ‘green crap’. Why trust them to solve the energy crisis now?";

"War in Ukraine disrupts key supply chains - and lives";

"Carbon removals and rapid decarbonisation needed to limit global warming to 1.5°C";

"UK Government gives £11.6m boost for local authorities to tackle air pollution";

"2022 State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations Bill";

"Who Has The Most Historical Responsibility for Climate Change?";

"The Global Carbon Project's fossil CO2 emissions dataset";

"About the Mumbai Climate Action Plan (MCAP)";

"Before the Next Shock How America Can Build a More Adaptive Global Economy";

"Rebuild or leave? In a flood-prone Tennessee town, one family must decide";

"EPA advises FERC to consider impact of LNG and pipeline project on Biden's climate goals";

"Biden Administration Falls Short on Crucial Climate Goal";

"Can the west slaughter Putin’s sacred cash cow?";

"Will Russia’s War Spur Europe to Move on Green Energy?";

"Former Telegraph Editor Charles Moore Quits Climate Denial Group";

"Climate change: Low water levels at key U.S. reservoir 'putting us in uncharted territory,' expert says";

"Manchin ‘very reluctant’ on electric cars in ominous sign for Biden’s climate fight";

"Environment groups say Coalition plan to bypass federal approvals a ‘step towards industry free-for-all’";

"Is battling back-to-back disasters distracting us from fighting the climate crisis?";

"Sparkling pools, empty taps: Cape Town's stark water divide";

"BlueScope promises steel for first NSW-built wind turbines after securing $55m grant";

"As sea levels rise, coastal megacities will need more than flood-barriers";

"The Big Sneeze: Climate change to make pollen season nastier";

"SES units in flood-hit NSW raised alarm in 2020 that restructure threatened ‘future of the service’";

"Children's climate change case overturned on appeal as Federal Court dismisses government's 'duty of care'";

"Sussan Ley’s appeal hasn’t overturned the facts in climate case";

"Let’s talk about the weather!".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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