Dec. 8, 2021

Quick Climate Links: Newest nation drying up, yet drowning; What could possibly go right?; doctor's advice, vulnerable countries

Quick Climate Links: Newest nation drying up, yet drowning; What could possibly go right?; doctor's advice, vulnerable countries

Listen to the Doctors for Environment Australia podcast.

And the Post Carbon Institute asks: "What Could Possibly Go Right?".

Then there is the "The ACT2025 Podcast: What Did COP26 Deliver for Climate-vulnerable Countries?".

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"These Real Estate and Oil Tycoons Avoided Paying Taxes for Years";

"Why female leadership is crucial to tackle climate change and other crises";

"20 new electric vehicles driving onto the scene in 2022';

"The richest 10% produce half of greenhouse gas emissions. They should pay to fix the climate";

"Plans for new zero-emission hydrogen plane backed by UK Government unveiled";

"Human Consciousness Has to Mature in the 21st Century";

"A world first’: Renewables drive down energy prices and push out gas and coal";

"Doubts raised over emissions cuts at Santos CCS project receiving government subsidies";

"Two years after 19 of the threatened greater gliders were recorded in remote forest, the area was listed for logging";

"Protest calls for NSW Minister Matt Kean to reject Kurri Kurri gas power plant as decision looms";

"Stop Woodside's deep-sea gas drilling in WA";

"Liquid marbles: how this tiny, emerging technology could solve carbon capture and storage problems";

"Who’s the unsung architect behind Labor’s climate plans? A retiring Coalition minister";

"Politics with Michelle Grattan: Labor’s climate policy and the Liberals’ fight for Warringah";

"It’s About Time: The Climate Community Invests in Securing Community Land";

"A New Industrial Revolution for a Livable Climate";

"More than words we need to solve Climate Change";

"Traditional owners apply for judicial review to stop South Australia nuclear waste dump";

"Labor reaches out to religious communities with faith and climate summit";

"The world's newest nation is both drying up and drowning".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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