Oct. 31, 2021

Quick Climate Links: Project aims to help scientists, and others, tell stories about climate change

Quick Climate Links: Project aims to help scientists, and others, tell stories about  climate change

The human experience is really just one long ongoing story and climate change is just another chapter, but if we want to get to the second edition of this book, we must begin to focus on real stories and not just fanciful and misleading tales that are taking us straight to hell.

Professor Peter Stott and his co-founder of Climate Stories, Pierrette Thomet, are acutely aware of the power of stories to help pilot us on this troublesome journey and so have created a project that provides a rich understanding of who and what we are and where we fit in this sometimes confusing array of never-ending tales.

Other Quick Climate Links are:

"Climate deal hangs in balance as world leaders look to soften targets";

"When Tishiko went home, she found exposed burial sites and empty fishing grounds. Now she’s going to Glasgow";

"The Trump-loving, climate-sceptic island sinking into the sea";

"COP that! We’ll pay for PM to woo global investors to our green future";

"The COP26 Climate Talks Are Opening. Here’s What to Expect";

"Crimes Against Nature: $2m whales, wartime Britain and the economics of saving the planet";

"Activists want South Korea to do more to Fight Climate Crisis";

"I’m at the global climate summit in Glasgow COP26 on behalf of The Australian Greens";

"Climate Chaos Helped Spark the French Revolution—and Holds a Dire Warning for Today";

"How Climate Change May Be Contributing to Our Political Instability".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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