Patagonia has put together a three-part series about the climate with Lucy Siegle telling the story via a podcast to energise the planet and people.
Meanwhile, The Guardian reports on a move by Australia's Federal Government which has even deepened the country's climate shame in the story "‘Vandals’: Victoria, Queensland fume over federal climate intervention".
Australia's States and Territories have been frustrated by newly invoked Federal Government policy that prohibits them from joining the "under 2 degrees" climate group.
Other Quick Climate Links for today are:
"The Federal Government's new foreign relations laws have passed Parliament. Here's what that means";
"State to host biggest wind farm in southern hemisphere as turbines win final approval";
"Succession’s plot twist prompts surge of interest in leaving money in wills to Greenpeace";
"Don’t add to e-waste mountain, campaign urges UK shoppers"
"Climate extremists have terrified a generation into not wanting children";
"‘A Trash Heap for Our Children’: How Norilsk, in the Russian Arctic, Became One of the Most Polluted Places on Earth";
"Transparent Solar Windows: You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet";
"Easy rider? We’ll miss the roar, but electric motorbikes can’t kill our road romance";
"‘It’s critical’: can Microsoft make good on its climate ambitions?";
"Ministers seek acceleration of water security, access to safely managed sanitation";
"A Mind-Blowing Festival of Ideas";
"Zoe Daniel announced as Independent Candidate for Goldstein";
"Matike Mai Te Hiaroa: Ihumātao and just relationships";
"UBI Pilot in Catalonia";
"I'm a coal miner and I've been in the industry for 40 years. About three years ago, I sort of woke up";
"I work as a schoolteacher in Western Sydney. Here, teaching kids when the weather is getting hotter by degrees is difficult";
"I want action on climate change because things are changing year after year. Our Country's getting hotter, our food less and less each season";
"From 2014 to 2019: How the Adani Group funded its expansion";
"IEEFA: BlackRock has moved rapidly on climate – but Adani exposures remain a major obstacle:
"Council and Community Action in the Climate Emergency";
"Interview: Philip Sutton - a passionate man pushing for a "Climate Rescue'";
"More Americans Than Ever Understand Climate Change Is Real And Harmful";
"Coal activist released from prison with strict bail and curfew";
"What does Shell’s takeover of Powershop mean for green energy?";
"Europe’s Energy Crisis Is About to Get Worse as Winter Arrives";
"Offsetting agricultural emissions through reforestation would cost 15pc of farm profits";
"How global business could be the unexpected COP26 solution to climate change";
"Australia’s Black Summer of fire was not normal – and we can prove it".
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