Nov. 19, 2021

Quick Climate Links: Existential threat; sinking city; unfinished business; influential voices

Quick Climate Links: Existential threat; sinking city; unfinished business;  influential voices

Christiana Figueres (pictured) is famous for her achievements in Paris in 2015/16 and now has an organization known a Global Optimism and Outrage which sees Earth's future as being linked to that of food.

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"State of Climate Action 2021";

"Africa’s civil society leave COP26 disappointed";

"Floods, sewage and crocodiles: the crisis of the Gambia’s sinking city";

"The Guardian view on the Cop26 agreement: unfinished business";

"Hit $100bn target or poor countries face climate disaster, the Gambia tells Cop26";

"‘Killing us slowly’: dams and drought choke Syria’s water supply – in pictures";

"Stop talking, start acting, says Africa’s first extreme heat official";

"US auctions off oil and gas drilling leases in Gulf of Mexico after climate talks";

"Casey Harrell: the climate activist taking on Wall Street – and the muscle-wasting disease that’s killing him";

"A £300 monsoon-busting home: the Bangladeshi architect fighting extreme weather";

"Living in China’s Expanding Deserts";

"Can ‘the people’ solve climate change? France decided to find out";

"How to talk about climate change: Ask questions";

"Our Reef needs us now more than ever";

"Global Footprint Network";

"Disruption, Implications, and Choices: Rethinking Climate Change";

"Coalition commissions modelling of climate impact on health system";

"Prepare your garden for summer heat: Step one, weed just enough";

"‘A farce’: experts dismiss government claims a controversial and unproven technology will cut emissions by 15%";

"The B.C. flooding isn’t just a regional catastrophe – it’s a warning that climate change is coming for everyone";

"Buhari signs Climate Change Bill into law";

"Keeping Influential Voices in the Media";

"Connecting the dots between B.C.’s floods, landslides and the clearcut logging of old forests";

"Ten ways to confront the climate crisis without losing hope";

"Forests Collective Meeting".

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