Oct. 12, 2021

Quick Climate Links: Prince Charles urges Scott Morrison to join other world leaders at 'last chance saloon'

Quick Climate Links: Prince Charles urges Scott Morrison to join other world leaders at 'last chance saloon'

Prince Charles (pictured) has urged Scott Morrison to join other world leaders in Glasgow at the end of this month for COP26.

Today’s Quick Climate Links are:

Prince Charles urges Scott Morrison to attend climate summit” from The New Daily;

And from ABC News it’s: “Prince Charles urges Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and other leaders to attend COP26”;

CleanTechnica has a story headed: “IN: Arctic Experts & Scientists; OUT: Unqualified Political Operatives”;

And from the Red Team Analysis Society: “The Military and the “Climate Blowback” – Summer 2021 (1)”;

Again from The New Daily: “Paul Bongiorno: Hot air and slogans are masking a government falling apart”;

Now it’s five stories from The Guardian:

Train or plane? The climate crisis is forcing us to rethink all long-distance travel”;

The advertising industry is fuelling climate disaster, and it’s getting away with it”;

“‘Last-chance saloon’: Prince Charles urges Scott Morrison to attend Cop26 climate summit”;

Guardian Essential poll: most Australians want Morrison to set a higher emissions reduction target”;

Cop26: world poised for big leap forward on climate crisis, says John Kerry”;

Inside Climate News asks the question: “Can the World’s Most Polluting Heavy Industries Decarbonize?”;

Yale Climate Connections tells readers: “More ships are crossing the Arctic, worrying many local Indigenous people”;

Now it is two stories from the Melbourne Age:

News Corp’s climate campaign is a political development with impact”;

Barnaby Joyce preparing to back net-zero, with conditions”;

The New York Times takes a look at the Dixie Fire: “Inside the Massive and Costly Fight to Contain the Dixie Fire”;

From Reuters: “U.S., EU line up over 20 more countries for global methane pact”;

Australia’s Impress Media tells readers: “NSW retirement village 1.2MW Enphase-based private grid network gains five-year payback from cutting power costs”;

And finally, two stories from Medium:

Climate crisis: Our reality”;

Did COVID-19 Slow Down Climate Change?”.

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