Sept. 21, 2021

Quick Climate Links: Scottish pupils plan national day of climate action

Quick Climate Links: Scottish pupils plan national day of climate action

Going to Scotland first we read in The National: “Scottish school pupils plan national day of action over climate change”;

From the Guardian its: “Rich countries not providing poor with pledged climate finance, analysis says”;

And from ABC News it’s: “Climate change solution could come from 'electrifying everything', Australian inventor Saul Griffith says”;

A couple of days away is a workshop to introduce the Australian Government's Black Summer Bushfire Recovery Grants Program: “Black Summer bushfire recovery grants”;

And from the People and Parks Foundation: “We are all a part of nature, and nature connects us all”;

“Circular stories” from Monash University: “A better T-shirt”;

From Energy it’s: “UK preps for energy prices to soar after grid fire in Kent”;

Practical Steps To Prepare For Climate Change” comes from Medium;

The United Nations alerts readers to: “Glasgow Climate Change Conference”;

From The New York Times reader discover: “This Powerful Democrat Linked to Fossil Fuels Will Craft the U.S. Climate Plan”;

Another United Nations event: “Food Systems Summit 2021”;

Climate change to deliver suburban house price pain: RBA”, according to The Brisbane Times;

Mike Foley writes in The Brisbane Times: “‘Higher ambition’: Moderate Liberals urge government to raise climate targets”;

And from The Guardian: “Big tech’s pro-climate rhetoric is not matched by policy action, report finds “;

America All-In tells us: “Blueprint 2030”;

Frank Duffy writes in The Guardian: “We tried to transition to green jobs, but the bosses are closing our car factory down”;

From the Climate Council it’s: “Rising to the challenge: addressing climate and security in our region”;

Wired asks the question: “What Is ‘Fire Weather,’ and Why Is It Getting Worse?”;

Yale Climate Connections tells readers: “Initiative aims to create a fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty”;

A second story from Yale Climate Connections: “Can the economy afford NOT to fight climate change?”;

Climate Conscious asks the question: “ Could Our Arsenal of Nuclear Power Help Stave Off the Climate Crisis for Good?”;

Shelley Fagan writes on Medium in the story headed: “The Climate Change Conversation No One is Having”;

Again, from the Guardian: “‘Climate crisis on our shores’: Mediterranean countries sign deal after summer of fires”.

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