May 11, 2022

Quick Climate Links: Listen to Sarah Wilson and hear about how to 'vote climate'

Quick Climate Links: Listen to Sarah Wilson and hear about how to 'vote  climate'

Visit Sarah Wilson's podcast, "Wild" and hear about how to 'vote climate' on "THIS WILD ELECTION: EP 8, How to #voteclimate, with Richie Merzian".

Today's Melbourne Age carries a fascinating, and critical piece, from the paper's Economics Editor, Ross Gittkins - "In this election, one critical issue stands above all others".

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"Greenhouse effect: Palms and lavender replace hollyhocks in British gardens";

"Scottish Power boss urges Sunak to take swift action on energy bills crisis";

"Endangered tree seedlings planted in secret locations on NSW north coast";

"Scotland at the forefront of the 5th Industrial Revolution";

"Every great vision starts with a blueprint.";

"Record downpours to bring new flood risks to Qld, NSW";

"#VoteForOurFuture";

"Solar Power Offers Puerto Ricans a Lifeline but Remains an Elusive Goal";

"Volunteer pilots rescue sea turtles stunned by cold water";

"It’s time to rapidly rethink the climate crisis";

"Smart Strategies for Living in a Planetary Crisis";

"How a volcanic bombardment in ancient Australia led to the world’s greatest climate catastrophe";

"Analysis of 5,500 apartment developments reveals your new home may not be as energy efficient as you think";

"Without a better plan, New Zealand risks sleepwalking into a biodiversity extinction crisis";

"Marine life will face mass extinction if oceans continue to warm";

"Chart: Lithium prices are through the roof this year";

"On an Endangered River, Another Toxic Disaster Is Waiting to Happen";

"Exclusive: Hyundai plans U.S. EV plant, in talks with Georgia";

"Climate limit of 1.5C close to being broken, scientists warn";

"$24 billion to halt extinction crisis promised by Greens through a 'billionaires tax";

"Cannon-Brookes warns ‘rebel alliance’ is building against AGL’s board";

"Salmon company Huon Aquaculture used underwater explosives more than 8,000 times to deter seals";

''Glass Lewis recommends vote against Woodside Petroleum's climate plan";

"Will you ask your MP now for urgent climate action to protect Australians’ health?";

"PM’s department cited caretaker mode to encourage delay of coral bleaching report";

"Friends of the Earth Australia";

"What we can learn from weeds";

"Analysis: When might the world exceed 1.5C and 2C of global warming?";

"Varadkar says no farmers will be told to stop farming or reduce herd size";

"ResourceSmart Schools Awards – 2022 Finalists";

"A climate-resilient net-zero emissions economy by 2050";

"I'm Alex Steffen. I try to live well, see far and be a good ancestor";

"This is what the world’s first floating city will look like";

"Global cement industry announces new programme of support for sustainable technologies";

"J.P. Morgan leads $200M investment in Arcadia’s clean-energy platform";

"How California can get to a reliable, 85% clean grid by 2030";

"Chart: Lithium prices are through the roof this year";

"Senior home builds a social and eco-friendly community";

"Seattle apartment is an imaginative response to urban growth";

"CANON headquarters features modular, energy-efficient design";

"Why Preserving Forest Integrity Is As Vital As Preventing Deforestation";

"Climate Change Is Harming the Planet Faster Than We Can Adapt, U.N. Warns";

"Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability";

"Climate change: a threat to human wellbeing and health of the planet.";

"Postcards from the frontlines of climate change";

"Coral bleaching in Great Barrier Reef linked to 'marine heatwave'";

"Vanuatu’s push for legal protection from climate change wins crucial support";

"Woodside and fishing lobby planned to dump structure with toxic chemicals near Ningaloo";

Limited time to do something”: Experts call for quick switch to zero-emissions transport";

"‘Devastating’: 91% of reefs surveyed on Great Barrier Reef affected by coral bleaching in 2022";

"6 Things to Know About Direct Air Capture";

"Beyond Highways: Funding Clean Transportation through the US Bipartisan Infrastructure Law";

"Australia’s future depends on science. Here’s what our next government needs to do about it";

"Australia could rapidly shift to clean transport – if we had a strategy. So we put this plan together";

"Young voters will inherit a hotter, more dangerous world – but their climate interests are being ignored this election";

"Climate Conscious Leadership";

"Climate Change Is Straining California’s Energy System, Officials Say";

"So You Want to Buy an Electric Car. Where Are You Going to Charge It?";

"India’s Unbearably Hot Schools Show We Must Climate-Proof Education";

"Zelenskiy calls for end to blockade of Odesa port to prevent global food crisis";

"Apartment building retrofits can help the climate and save tenants money";

"The Next Economy";

"What Regions Need on the Path to Net Zero".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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