Below at the links to stories mentioned in today's episode"
From the RenewEconomy: "Australia’s public health already being hit by climate change, professionals say";
The Guardian tells readers that: "South Australia avoids universally panned Victorian electric vehicle user charge, for now";
And more from The Guardian: "More than 200 health journals call for urgent action on climate crisis";
Inside Climate News: "Baltimore Aspires to ‘Zero Waste’ But Recycles Only a Tiny Fraction of its Residential Plastic";
The Conversation tells readers: "Photos from the field: why losing these tiny, loyal fish to climate change spells disaster for coral";
Karl Burkart from One Earth writes: "‘Show me the money’: a new slogan for the climate movement";
Then we hear about: "Positive side-effect of Climate Change";
And from Greener Together it's: "Deep In The Heart and Heat Of Climate Denial";
The Footprint Coalition tells readers: "The U.S. wind industry is booming";
Back to RenewEconomy: "News Corp hasn’t seen the light on climate – they’re just updating their tactics";
Climate Code Red says: "When Murdoch endorses the "Net zero 2050" climate goal, you know it is the problem and not the answer";
Greg Jericho tells Guardian readers: "Australia’s carbon emissions have barely fallen and a massive task lies ahead";
And from Yale Climate Connections: "During Rosh Hashanah, rabbi calls on Jews to commit to climate action";
"A Permaculture Perspective on Dealing with Climate Change Now" comes from Climate Conscious;
From Medium we hear: "Climate Change Isn’t All Doom and Gloom";
The New York Times tells us that: "Threatened Birds Have a Defender on N.Y. Beaches: The Plover Patrol";
"Climate change blamed for New Zealand's warmest winter", according to Phys.org;
The Conversation tells readers: "Australia’s first offshore wind farm bill was a long time coming, but here are 4 reasons it’s not up to scratch yet";
This final link for today from The Conversation is probably the most alarming for Australians: "Climate change means Australia may have to abandon much of its farming".
Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".