The Guardian is a regular and reliable source of climate associated news and today we list six stories from the newspaper.
Those six stories from The Guardian are:
Registrations now open for the “Australian Walking and Cycling Conference”;
The National says: “We Should Shame Frequent Fliers”;
We have two stories from RenewEconomy:
And from One Step Off the Grid: “Energy efficiency showdown looms, as Victoria slams “skewed” federal report”;
From The Driven: “September 22 is world car free day, so what’s happening in Australia?”;
Writing in The Sydney Morning Herald, David Crowes tells readers: “Clear majority of Australians want net zero emissions by 2050”;
Two stories from Yale Climate Connections:
From AP News: “UN climate talks: Faint progress on money, none on pollution”;
From the Climate Council: “What doe the IPCC’s latest report mean?”;
From The Melbourne Age: “China’s exit from offshore coal is at once momentous and insufficient”;
Three stories from The New York Times:
And from National Geographic: “How Earth's tides may be linked to the rise of life as we know it”;
The Conversation gives us two stories:
From Inside Climate News: “China Just Entered a Major International Climate Agreement. Now Comes the Hard Part”;
And from Medium:
From ABC Radio:
Miki Perkins writes in The Melbourne Age: “Coal power generators, EPA taken to court over climate pollution”;
Nick O’Malley writes in the same publication: “UN climate official warns low ambition is costing Australian growth”;
And finally, Melbourne Age business columnist, Elizabeth Knight, writes about: “Environmental showstopper: AGL has its Greta Thunberg moment”.
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