March 12, 2022

Quick Climate Links: Damon Gameau wants us to set about 'Regenerating Australia'

Quick Climate  Links: Damon Gameau wants us to set about 'Regenerating Australia'

The movie, the short by truly effective movie, "Regenerating Australia" came to Shepparton last night (March 11) and was watched and enjoyed by about 50 people.

The ABC's 'stats man' Casey Briggs helped people understand more about Australia's recent rains and floods through the story "Understanding the rare weather event that's flooded eastern Australia".

And Yale's Climate Connections talks about "How a coal town is preparing for a future without coal".

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"Mothers Out Front: mobilizing for a livable climate";

"How La Niña and climate change 'supercharged' the flooding crisis in NSW and Queensland";

"‘The government pays out every time’: Experts call for natural disaster insurance scheme";

"Rising temperatures are posing a threat to our most beloved Aussie animals";

"Govt denies flood funding allocation ‘political’";

"Scott Morrison’s tone-deaf leadership is the last thing traumatised flood victims need. Here are two ways he can do better";

"Offshore wind will come to Australian waters – as long as we pave the way for this new industry";

"In the dark, freezing ocean under Antarctica’s largest ice shelf, we discovered a thriving microbial jungle";

"From field to store to plate, our farmers are increasingly worried about climate change";

"Whether people prepare for natural disasters depends on how the message is sent";

"Big Oil's actions louder than words";

"How oil companies rebranded deceptive climate ads as ‘free speech’";

"What are conservative commentators saying about the floods and climate?";

"The Dulwich Society";

"Queensland Conservation Council";

"‘It’s appalling’: Lismore flood response stirs dark memories in Mallacoota";

"Regenerating Australia";

"Understanding the promise and peril of fusion power: Chimera or climate panacea?";

"Supreme Court hears case on EPA GHGs regulation";

"Weather whiplash dominated U.S. winter 2021-2022";

"Global carbon emissions rebounded to highest level in history in 2021";

"US holds biggest ever offshore wind sale along New York and New Jersey coastline";

"Progress of Energy Transition Accelerates in America";

"Wolf experts warn of ‘extremely abnormal’ behaviour of animal in Minnesota";

"California weighs naming heatwaves to emphasise their deadly nature as third year of drought looks likely";

"‘Defining moment’: how can the US end its dependency on fossil fuels?";

"Putin Is a Fossil-Fuel Gangster. Clean Energy Could Cut Him Off at the Knees";

"Climate Change’s Threat to the Glorious Redwood, Both Here and Afar";

"‘Australia Is Getting Harder to Live In’: Unending Rain, Growing Floods";

"Wildfires likely to increase by a third by 2050, warns UN";

"In heatwave conditions, Tasmania’s tall eucalypt forests no longer absorb carbon";

"Mass starvation, extinctions, disasters: the new IPCC report’s grim predictions, and why adaptation efforts are falling behind";

"Millions suffering in deadly pollution ‘sacrifice zones’, warns UN expert";

"Can Alberta help solve Europe’s energy crisis? It’s complicated";

"Unesco to visit Great Barrier Reef as coral bleaching risk rises";

"Washington Post and NPR Ignore the Rural Backlash Against Renewables";

"Bridget McKenzie grilled on Today as anger grows at government flood crisis response";

"The science is settled: The catastrophic result of climate change is playing out in our backyard";

"Sustainable lithium extraction: Taupō’s economic future?";

"Mothers of East Los Angeles";

"Earth is overheating. Millions are already feeling the pain.";

" NYC Climate Families Coalition";

"Biden Restores California’s Power to Set Stringent Tailpipe Rules";

"The physical scars of our warming planet are everywhere";

"Gold used in Italian wedding rings linked to Amazon deforestation";

"Carbon removals and rapid decarbonisation needed to limit global warming to 1.5°C";

"Britishvolt and Aston Martin partner to develop high-performance battery technology";

"Six Months After Hurricane Ida, Recovery for Many In South Louisiana Remains Aspirational While The Risks From Climate Change Increase";

"UN climate change negotiating bloc ejects Russia, condemning its invasion of Ukraine";

"Vanessa Nakate confronts rich world’s ministers over loss and damage";

"Mapping vulnerability: why the IPCC’s geography of climate risk is contentious";

"China plans huge wind and solar power rollout in Gobi desert";

"Around the world, women are putting their lives on the line to defend the climate";

"Climate change is biggest 'dealbreaker' on popular dating app";

"SEC will consider climate disclosure rules for US companies on March 21 – it’s already facing threats of lawsuits";

"Climate change fundamentally affecting European birds, study shows";

"How a hurricane fueled wildfires in the Florida Panhandle";

"How the Clean-Energy Revolution Is Sweeping Through Markets";

"2024 Volkswagen ID Buzz electric microbus revealed: less flower, more power";

"Is This Finally the Year of the Electric Car?";

"US Banks and Asset Managers Fueled Russian Oil For Years. Now They’re Silent on Ukraine";

"‘This is a fossil fuel war’: Ukraine’s top climate scientist speaks out";

"Suddenly, oil companies are upbeat again";

"45M Americans breathing dirty air due to redlining, outlawed 50 years ago: research";

"Coalition canvasses nation’s transformation into knowledge economy, society".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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