Jan. 30, 2022

Quick Climate Links: Battle to save Waikiki Beach; Trees change as city heats up; Boldness will end many of the world's troubles

Quick Climate Links: Battle to save Waikiki Beach; Trees change as city heats up; Boldness will end many of the world's troubles

Humanity, should it be bold enough, to resolve climate change will also put an end to climate injustice, climate racism, climate-induced poverty and, of course, climate anxiety.

The BBC has taken an in-depth look at two of these issues, first "The world's fight for 'climate justice'" and, second, "Why climate change is inherently racist".

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"TotalEnergies, Masdar and Siemens Energy join forces to drive green hydrogen development";

"Barclays launches Green Home Mortgages for Buy-to-Let";

"UK supports international efforts to protect over 500,000 km of ocean with £2M investment";

"Electric trucks could save lives";

"People haven't just made the planet hotter. We've changed the way it rains.";

"Instead of putting more massive trucks on our roads, we need to invest in our rail network";

"Our PM’s Favourite Climate Protester";

"Joni Mitchell joins Neil Young’s Spotify protest over anti-vax content";

"Water-Sipping Showers Are the Next Luxury Buy in a Parched World";

"World's biggest billionaire climate scroungers speeding up global heating";

"Germany's climate-focused Greens elect new leadership duo";

"Alan Kohler: Long-duration energy storage systems are writing coal’s death certificate";

"ConocoPhillips’ Plan for Extracting Half-a-Billion Barrels of Crude in Alaska’s Fragile Arctic Presents a Defining Moment for Joe Biden";

"Activists Target Public Relations Groups For Greenwashing Fossil Fuels";

"Increased Flooding and Droughts Linked to Climate Change Have Sent Crop Insurance Payouts Skyrocketing";

"Inside Clean Energy: As Efficiency Rises, Solar Power Needs Fewer Acres to Pack the Same Punch";

"Warming Trends: Cooling Off Urban Heat Islands, Surviving Climate Disasters and Tracking Where Your Social Media Comes From";

"Earlier coal phase-out for Victoria likely as renewables surge";

"As Melbourne heats up, the city’s trees are changing";

"Oh, the humidity: why does Melbourne feel like Darwin?";

"Birds are remarkable and beautiful animals – and they’re disappearing from our world";

"The Battle to Save Waikiki Beach";

"Climate change communication should focus less on specific numbers";

"Winter Storm Moves Into Maine After Pounding Northeast With Heavy Snow";

"Scientists slam Joe Rogan's podcast episode with Jordan Peterson as 'absurd' and 'dangerous'".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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