Oct. 15, 2021

Quick Climate Links: Climate takes centre stage in home town of Shepparton

Quick Climate Links: Climate takes centre stage in home town of Shepparton

Today's Quick Climate Links begin with a story about Shepparton's deputy-major, Rob Priestly (pictured), standing as an independent for the Federal Seat of Nicholls and you can read about that in a story from The Shepparton News: "Federal fight - Rob Priestly to run as independent in Nicholls";

Two more stories from The Shepparton News:

"Drum expects to see net-zero by 2050 climate agreement";

"Greater Shepparton City Council urges climate action";

"Climate Change Bill heads to Presidency as Nigerian Senate gives nod to legislation";

"Tornado warning as storms close in on Sydney";

"Comedian’s ‘subversive’ billboards attacking Australia’s climate policy to feature in New York’s Times Square";

"More than 1,000 firefighters battle blaze spreading along California coast";

"UN development goal of zero hunger ‘tragically distant’, global index shows";

"Forget net-zero – let’s have a ‘fossil freedom day’";

"Reserve Bank warns Australia cannot hide from global drive to net-zero by 2050";

"Financial markets are preparing for climate change and so must we";

"Joyce promises multibillion-dollar coal export train to Gladstone";

"Sink or swim: why Barnaby Joyce has to accept net-zero";

"Net-zero emissions and Woodside’s Scarborough LNG a mismatch: IEA";

"Nationals 'fearmongering' on coal to win votes, says mining magnate Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest";

"New water plan hopes to improve health of Victoria's 'most stressed' river";

"Urgency & Agency in the Battle to Avert a Climate Crisis with Michael E. Mann".

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