April 14, 2022

Quick Climate Links: Mark Beeson appears on the Un-Diplomatic Podcast and tells us why he cares about the climate crisis; Climate 200 donor party starts with a few words from Simon Holmes à Court

Quick Climate Links: Mark Beeson appears on the Un-Diplomatic Podcast and tells us why he cares about the climate crisis; Climate 200  donor party  starts with a few words from Simon Holmes à Court

Retired Professor Mark Beeson appears on the 'Un-Diplomatic Podcast' to talk about this latest book, "Environmental Anarchy: security in the 21st Century".

And Climate 200 crowd is celebrating having had 10 000 donors to its cause of seeing independent candidates elected in the May 21 Federal Election.

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"Australia’s climate failures could double spiralling debt costs, government modelling shows";

"Australia’s new gas projects to struggle financially after 2030 if 1.5C climate goal met, report says";

"Andrew Forrest to consider investing in coal-fired power stations in West Virginia";

"Koala IVF could save endangered species";

"Electric buses to be rolled out in Queensland as Australian-first bus depot opens on Gold Coast";

"Factbox: Who is buying Russian crude oil and who has stopped";

"‘Living within limits’ report investigates the environmental boundaries in which Australia can prosper";

"Three things Indonesia needs to ensure the transparency of its emission trading scheme";

"The climate crisis, education and what we need to do to learn our way out of it";

"Solar panels that can generate electricity at night have been developed at Stanford";

"Analysis: Ontario sabotages Ottawa's 2030 emissions plan";

"Autocracies and Fossil Fuels Go Hand in Hand";

"What’s brewing? AB InBev’s zero-emissions fleet recipe";

"50 years ago, John Bockris saw the future of Australia's climate crisis";

"Pouring it on: Climate change made 2020 hurricanes rainier";

"Earth Day 2022: How an oil spill in the 1960s led to a global movement to protect the environment";

"To make our wardrobes sustainable, we must cut how many new clothes we buy by 75%";

"Is civil disobedience OK if it’s the only way to prevent climate catastrophe?";

"Climate Can't Wait and we won't either";

"10 Women Scientists Leading the Fight Against the Climate Crisis";

"Vattenfall starts wireless EV charging trials in Sweden";

"SGN secures £29.9mn funding for hydrogen transmission";

"How Michigan could plug into an electric vehicle boom";

"Science: When to question and when to trust";

"Aboard MOSAiC: Hardy fish, powerful waves, shrinking ice floes";

"Energy Change Essentials, 25-27 May 2022 (online)";

"Global warming limit of 2 degrees still possible if Paris Agreement pledges are met, say researchers";

"Coal plant shutdowns won’t short electricity supply: market operator";

"Electric car sector ‘dismayed’ at mounting oil subsidies";

"Six key lifestyle changes can help avert the climate crisis, study finds";

"XR scientists glue hands to business department in London climate protest";

"Early closure of Australia’s largest coal-fired plant could create electricity shortages without grid upgrades";

"Noisily Doing Nothing" - George Monbiot;

"The Zealandia Switch drove rapid global ice retreat 18,000 years ago. Has it switched to a new level?";

"Australia's eastern states face blackout risk from 2025";

"Hunter coal on way to Europe as Russian sanctions bite";

"Bleaching minor at Ningaloo reef";

"‘Historic’: global climate plans can now keep heating below 2C, study shows";

"We’ve Never Seen a Carbon-Removal Plan Like This Before";

"Experts say $250 million fossil fuel handout won’t deliver emissions step change";

"Ulster County, New York, aims for 100% clean electricity by 2040".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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