Nov. 25, 2021

Quick Climate Links: Forgotten oil ads told us climate change was nothing; wilderness of thinking in Canberra; smart green move

Quick Climate Links: Forgotten oil ads told us climate change was nothing; wilderness of thinking in Canberra; smart green move

Liberal Party Member for Dawson, George Christensen (pictured) made some outrageous comments in Federal Parliament about Covid-19 restrictions and so we can only imagine how he will react when Australia begins to feel the full force of climate change and the subsequent limitations it will bring to the lives of people here.

The Wilderness Society of South Australia is excited about the creation of Australia's biggest national park - you can learn about that here: "Protect the Munga-Thirri / Simpson Desert".

More Quick Climate Links today are:

"Response to Royal Dutch Shell’s Purchase of Powershop";

"EXCLUSIVE German parties agree on 2030 coal phase-out in coalition talks -sources";

"Why Putting Solar Canopies on Parking Lots Is a Smart Green Move";

"The Rise of the Local Climate Candidate";

"Carney Says Carbon Offsets Must Be Limited to Residual Emissions";

"Recovery, resilience and a riddle or three: Morrison’s disaster-fighting behemoth";

"Shell takeover of Powershop infuriates green consumers";

"Saving Australia’s rarest tree after Black Summer catastrophe";

"Prison sentence for climate activist over Newcastle anti-coal protest divides community";

"You have the right and responsibility to give meaning and shape to your own life";

"It's Now or Never for Climate Action";

"BOM summer outlook: It will pay to check for floods before setting out this summer";

"VicForests accused of 'spying' on protesters and environmentalists";

"National energy market report details expected power bill price drops across Australia";

"Growing share of childless adults in U.S. don’t expect to ever have children";

"Scott Morrison ‘did a jig’ following approval of $16bn gas project labelled a ‘disaster’ by green groups";

"Cheap renewables to keep pushing power bills down, even after Liddell exit";

"Mark McGowan flags government action if Woodside Supreme Court ruling threatens industry";

"Bankrupt oil refinery's $20m mess sparks environmental law overhaul";

"Great Barrier Reef explodes with life during spectacular coral spawning event";

"Climate change is likely driving a drier southern Australia – so why are we having such a wet year?";

"Curriculum is a climate change battleground and states must step in to prepare students";

"5 big ideas: how Australia can tackle climate change while restoring nature, culture and communities";

"Alan Kohler: Ignore the spin, Australia already has two carbon taxes";

"Farm emissions pricing plan won’t cut emissions";

"How Much of the Worsening Energy Crisis is Due to Depletion?";

"The Consequences of a Changing Climate may still take us by Surprise";

"Let's Electrify Melbourne";

"The fight against inequality is the only way out of climate change";

"Good news for climate & jobs: Australia passes long-awaited legislation to enable offshore wind";

"Secret document urges native logging halt in NSW regions hit hard by black summer bushfires";

"The jailing of a young climate protester is a prime example of Australia’s authoritarian drift";

"Former ABC reporter Zoe Daniel to fight Liberals on climate and integrity";

"Rabobank report reveals Canberrans are the worst food wasters in the country";

"Environmental activists face ‘fever pitch’ of repression from Australian governments, report says";

"The ocean is our greatest climate regulator. It must be a stronger part of climate policy and action";

"Even if we halt global warming, local climates will change – and we need new experiments to understand how";

"Here’s what La Niña means for this summer";

"Electricity prices are falling. Here’s how to make the most of it";

"Global warming causes new problems for a Thanksgiving staple";

"Revealed: the places humanity must not destroy to avoid climate chaos";

"EU aims to curb deforestation with beef and coffee import ban";

"The forgotten oil ads that told us climate change was nothing".

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