Dec. 16, 2021

Quick Climate Links: Malcolm Turnbull writes forward for and heaps praise on new book

Quick Climate Links: Malcolm Turnbull writes forward for and heaps praise on new book

Former Australian PM, Malcolm Turnbull, has launched the new book. "Transitioning to a Prosperous, Resilient and Carbon-Free Economy: A Guide for Decision Makers".

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"The Conversation: 2021 Stakeholders Report";

"Latrobe Valley coal power stations could all close between 2026 and 2032, analysis finds";

"Mining giant concedes emissions ‘blowout’ at Queensland coalmine";

"UK cuts plug-in grants for electric cars from £2,500 to £1,500";

"Queensland-Hunter Gas Pipeline proponent to investigate hydrogen upgrade";

"Historic storm brings damaging winds, "unprecedented" tornado risk";

"Federal Government set to kill off controversial gas application off NSW coast";

"Climate anxiety is real. Why talking about it matters";

"Weakening Australia’s illegal logging laws would undermine the global push to halt forest loss";

"Net-zero at risk: Just two in 10 motorists plan to buy electric vehicles";

"What we know, and don’t, about the effects of climate change on tornadoes";

"Trends in Arctic Report Card: ‘Consistent, Alarming and Undeniable’";

"Biden Orders Federal Vehicles and Buildings to Use Renewable Energy by 2050";

"A wake-up call for Aotearoa as global instability grows";

"Govt announces $4.5b climate response fund";

"How Reviving a Forgotten California Law Can Make Commuting More Sustainable";

"How to See the Future";

"How border walls are triggering ecological disaster";

"From killer heatwaves to floods, climate change worsened weather extremes in 2021";

"How can I fight climate change?";

"Connect, Explore and Engage Across AGU";

"What does the UK government’s Christmas party have to do with climate? Quite a lot";

"Egyptian NGO Greenish laying the groundwork for public engagement at COP27";

"The #TalkingClimate Handbook";

"Contributions to sustainable investment funds rose to $50 billion in 2020";

"In praise of ‘Climate Change: A Very Short Introduction’";

"November 2021: Earth’s 4th-warmest November on record";

"UN weather agency affirms 2020 Arctic heat record in Siberia";

"NSW to push ahead with flood plain harvesting despite calls for more research on impacts";

"Climate Action Network Australia";

"Climate Change and Health";

"Environmental group says Amazon's use of plastic skyrocketed last year".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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