Feb. 10, 2022

Quick Climate Links: Climate change robbing Australia of rain - Professor Mark Howden

Quick Climate Links: Climate change robbing Australia of rain - Professor Mark Howden

Professor Mark Howden (pictured) is quoted in a 7News story explaining how climate change is robbing Australia of rain.

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"Weather: Cyclone Dovi headed towards New Zealand";

"Gas-fired power falls to lowest level since 2005 as Coalition pushes ahead with its ‘gas-fired recovery";

"Coalition’s latest coal jobs scare campaign reveals a big renewables blindspot";

"Twiggy’s Fortescue plans $10 billion Pilbara wind and solar farm";

"Death toll from Cyclone Batsirai in Madagascar rises to 80, state agency says";

"Nuclear fusion breakthrough opens door to clean and near limitless energy";

"The stunning recovery of a heavily polluted river in the heart of the Blue Mountains World Heritage area";

"Exports key to future hydrogen economy";

"Fortescue plans for massive Pilbara wind and solar farms";

"Our meat obsession is destroying the planet – the solution is to change how we see animals";

"Victorian government orders Environmental Effects Statement on plans to turn Hazelwood mine into lake";

"Paint Is The Largest Source Of Microplastics In The Ocean, Study Finds";

"Time for a reckoning: Cricket Australia, fossil fuel sponsorship and climate change";

"How the Circular Economy Can Help Nations Achieve Their Climate Goals";

"Ocean Management is Not Yet Sustainable. A New Approach Could Change That.";

"Beijing Wanted the Winter Olympics. All It Needed Was Snow";

"How Spiking Energy Prices Complicate the Fight Against Global Warming";

"‘A Sense of Crisis’ for Wasabi, a Pungent Staple of Japanese Cuisine";

"The Moral Quandary of ‘Slow Fashion’ Influencers";

"Is the California Coalition Fighting Subsidies For Rooftop Solar a Fake Grassroots Group?";

"Solar stills help people obtain clean water using the power of the sun";

"Update: Supreme Court to weigh EPA authority on greenhouse pollutants";

"2022 Smart Energy Council Conference and Exhibition";

"US Army releases first climate strategy with goal to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050";

"A Hotter Future Is Certain, Climate Panel Warns. But How Hot Is Up to Us.";

"Texas’ power grid held up during last week’s winter weather. Experts say it wasn’t seriously tested.";

"The Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication";

"The fall of Eric Lander and the end of science’s ‘big ego’ era";

"Post Growth by Tim Jackson review – life after capitalism";

"MSDI 2021 Annual Report - A year of hope built on action";

"AGL brings forward closure date of two largest coal-fired power plants as market shifts to renewables";

"Can you really carbon offset a power station? Sure – but it’s unimpressive";

"Hopes high for sea change as France opens One Ocean Summit";

"Delhi govt to build electric vehicle charging stations at all state-run offices";

"UN seeks $1.1bn to aid millions displaced in Nigeria";

"Electric vehicle charging company to build Tennessee factory";

"Frogs show Macquarie Marshes wetland recovery in full swing after drought";

"Italy makes constitution greener, environmentalists call for action";

"Worst-Case Climate Change Scenarios Are Highly Implausible, Argues New Study";

"2 Chinese Electric Vehicle Stocks Struggling With the Global Chip Shortage";

"Essar plans furnace at refinery to run on hydrogen";

"Energy crisis: What can the government do to reduce soaring gas and electricity bills?";

"California’s Drought-Relief Dreams Are Quickly Drying Up";

"EU slams plan to expand water use near Spain's Donana park";

"Flint schools have clean water for first time in years after $480K Elon Musk donation";

"Why Words Matter in the Fight Against Climate Change";

"Vic sets out wide-ranging climate strategy";

"New York’s Pension Fund Plans to Restrict Its Investments in Oil and Gas Companies";

"The Oben Rorr Is a Sharp Electric Naked Bike From India";

"Granting of coal mining licence in south Wales faces court challenge";

"Tesla's Model Y Is Taking Over California, The Largest Auto Market In The US";

"Most aren't impressed by their leaders' climate choices, poll finds";

"Climate change will be expensive. Who should pay?";

"Exports key to future hydrogen economy".

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