April 18, 2022

Quick Climate Links: James Hansen, The New Yorker; More takes from Hot Takes

Quick Climate Links: James Hansen, The New Yorker; More takes from Hot Takes

James Hansen (artist's impression) took a day off work in 2009 to join a protest - "The Climate Expert Who Delivered News No One Wanted to Hear".

More takes from Hot Takes - "April 20 Is #FUBPday".

I promised a story from The New Yorker by Bill McKibben, but now, it seems, I'm locked out but you might have more success and so here is the link.

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"You ain't sneezed nothing yet";

"Southern Africa storms fuelled by climate change - study";

"India: Workers face health risks in world’s ‘most polluted’ city";

"The Earth Is Facing a Nitrogen Shortage Due to Climate Change, Study Says";

"We’re Failing to Prepare Our Children for the Climate Fight";

"Scientists map Caribbean coral reefs to tackle climate change";

"Government spent more on recycling ads than climate and skills combined";

"Mapping Australia’s path to transition";

"Voters in hotly contested Liberal-held seat rank climate and environment over economy, poll finds";

"Hundreds dead and thousands left homeless in South Africa after heavy rain triggers floods and mudslides";

"Call for action on plastics in waterways";

"A new riverkeeper becomes a voice for the conservation and protection of the Yarra River";

"High gas costs won't stop climate change";

"Why high gas prices aren’t necessarily good for the climate";

"Six arrested after climate activists scale oil tanker in central London";

"Pat Baskett: We must do whatever we can, as fast as possible";

"Michael Pascoe: The federal election campaign is silent on the issues that count";

"Top Ad and PR Firms Exposed for Helping Big Oil Greenwash Their Climate Destruction";

"The People's Blockade of the World's Biggest Coal Port";

"‘Last meaningful opportunity’: Federal election firing up young climate activists";

"Macron, Le Pen pitch for votes to left-wing French who detest them both";

"More Parents Talking To Kids About Climate Change";

"86,000 bottles of water on the wall: Tonga struggles with post-volcano waste problem";

"‘We’re trying to turn the magnet towards optimism’: Cate Blanchett on her new climate crisis podcast";

"New natural history GCSE to focus on protecting the planet".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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