Oct. 8, 2021

Quick Climate Links: Greta Thunberg, Zali Steggall, Al Gore - climate champions

Quick Climate Links: Greta Thunberg, Zali Steggall, Al Gore - climate champions

Swedish activist, Greta Thunberg (pictured) is one of the heroes of the climate movement.

Zali Steggall MP presents climate policy solution for COP26”;

Coming up on October 15 all around Australia is the “School Strike for Climate”.

From Farmers for Climate Action: “Farming under solar, wind and transmission lines”;

And from EnviroNews: “Concern over DRC’s plan to lift logging ban in Congo forest”;

Read about the: “Sustainable Competitiveness Index World Map”;

Two stories from RenewEconomy:

Sunshine for sale:” NT plans massive hubs to support solar, battery and hydrogen”;

Why solar farms won’t stew your fruit or boil your berries”;

Five stories from The Guardian:

Spain’s energy cooperatives lead charge to exploit solar power”;

Climate 200 raises $2m in six weeks to help independents but expects Liberal party ‘interference’”;

Google Maps to show the lowest carbon route for car journeys”;

Angus Taylor advised by department that IPCC climate report was ‘balanced’, documents show”;

Climate 200 raises $2m in six weeks to help independents but expects Liberal party ‘interference’”;

From the Smart Energy Council it’s: “The Global Race to Zero Summit”;

Readers learn from Medium: “ Changed Climate = Changed Human Behaviour”;

Finally, from Inside Climate News: “Drought is Causing U.S. Hydropower to Have a Rough Year. Is This a Sign of a Long-Term Shift?”;

From the Conflict and Environment Observatory: “A lack of transparency makes it hard to calculate the true scale of military emissions but it’s clear they are significant”;

A complete guide from the “Australian Energy Foundation”;

Learn about “COP26”;

From The New Daily: “‘Peak ridiculous’: Nationals’ $250 billion mining fund slammed as dud investment”;

And now, it’s stories from The Melbourne Age:

Big banks to feel more heat on fossil fuel funding”;

Climate change prompts plan to replace trees in Carlton Gardens”;

Australians wait more than a decade to reap cost-benefit from an electric vehicle”;

Farmers have done their ‘heavy lifting’ on climate action, Nationals say”;

“‘Overdrive’: Energy crunch propels Asian gas price to record high”;

Victoria to rely more heavily on desal water as climate change bites”;

"Latest energy crisis highlights reasons PM needs to go to Glasgow";

"Shareholder activists target Westpac, NAB and ANZ over fossil fuel lending";

"Big banks to feel more heat on fossil fuel funding".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

Listen to an interview with Zali Steggall on Climate Conversations.

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