Dec. 5, 2021

Quick Climate Links: Charlotte Church sings in protest of Shell's Arctic action

Quick Climate Links: Charlotte Church sings in protest of Shell's Arctic action

Charlotte Church (pictured) was part of a Greenpeace protest aimed at making Shell question what they are doing with regard to the company's plans to drill in the Arctic - "Charlotte Church sings in protest at Shell's plans to start Arctic drilling - video".

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"Oxfam's Climate Justice";

"‘Just sitting there dead’: study finds mass tree losses in NSW after severe drought";

"Proposed Tarago waste incinerator emissions could reach Canberra";

"California will name and categorise heatwaves – should Australia follow suit?";

"Climate change is making monogamous albatrosses divorce – new research";

"Natasha Gillies: Seabird behaviour and ecology";

"Lucid Motors: bridging the EV gap with increased EPA range";

"Monta and Crystal EV Charging strike UK infrastructure deal";

"Fossil Fuel Companies Stand to Make Billions From Tax Break in Democrats’ Build Back Better Bill";

"Ecuador’s High Court Affirms Constitutional Protections for the Rights of Nature in a Landmark Decision";

"Warming Trends: Swiping Right and Left for the Planet, Education as Climate Solution and Why It Might Be Hard to Find a Christmas Tree";

"Finding Bright Spots in the Global Coral Reef Catastrophe";

"Australia’s biggest fossil fuel investment for a decade is in the works – and its greenhouse gas emissions will be horrifying";

"EV Drivers Save Big When They Charge Smart";

"Nobel-winning stock market theory used to help save coral reefs";

"Federal government lags all Australian states on renewable energy action, new report finds";

"Environmental activists challenge ‘unlawful’ UK fossil fuel plan in high court".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

 

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