Sept. 18, 2021

Quick climate links: FoE 'Day of Action' on October 1

Quick climate links: FoE 'Day of Action' on October 1

The Guardian has several stories:

Cumbria coalmine firm ‘betting on UK breach of climate targets’”;

Climate crisis: Scientists spot warning signs of Gulf Stream collapse”;

Keir Starmer will address green new deal plans at conference, say team”;

“‘We feel vindicated’: life by a landfill after vital high court ruling”;

Will Morrison’s new ‘forever’ friends speak louder than Barnaby Joyce on climate?”;

World’s largest tree wrapped in fire-resistant blanket as California blaze creeps closer”;

"Exxon and BP called to testify on climate after ‘troubling’ new documents";

Tedx Glasgow - “Ideas Worth Spreading”;

Two stories from The New York Times:

Biden implores world leaders to take action on climate change: ‘We don’t have a lot of time’”;

Climate Scientists Forecast High Temperatures Into the Fall”;

From Climate Conscious - “Mitigating Climate Change in the American Southwest Includes Draining Lake Powell”;

And from Medium it’s - “5 Things That Should Be Obvious to a Civilised Society”;

Jaime Roberts asks the question - “In an Age of Climate Change Should we build Skyscrapers?”;

From Reuters readers learn - “UN faces $100 trln shortfall in fight against climate change, inequality - report”;

And from CNN it’s - “The planet is on a 'catastrophic' global warming path, UN report shows”;

Inside Climate News reports - “Big Reefs in Big Trouble: New Research Tracks a 50 Percent Decline in Living Coral Since the 1950s”;

From Friends of the Earth - “Day of Action for Australia's 2030 Climate Target”;

David Leitch reports for RenewEconomy - “Battery storage will force us to rethink network tariffs and structures”;

Climate Action says - “Hydrogen investment set to create 25,000 green jobs in Britain’s industrial heartlands”;

Two stories from Climate Connections:

Indie musician Squirrel Flower’s new album reckons with extreme weather”;

Essays on a summer of disaster”;

And finally, two stories from The Narwhal:

Let’s not forget we’re choosing our politicians while the world burns down around us”;

Where federal parties stand on Canada’s sexiest emissions fix: nature-based climate solutions”.

Enjoy “Music for a Warming World”.

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