April 19, 2022

Quick Climate Links: Svitlana endures bombs and war to tell the story of climate change

Quick Climate Links: Svitlana endures bombs and war to tell the story of climate change

Ukrainian climate scientist Svitlana Krakovska (pictured) outlines how climate change relates to Russia's invasion of Ukraine - "Ukrainian climate scientist says Russia's invasion is a 'fossil fuel war'".

NASA climate scientist Bill Putman helps us understand "A Year in the Life of Earth's CO2".

The small Pacific Island nation of Tuvalu "went to" Glasgow to present its case and what they did is quite moving - "'We are sinking': Tuvalu minister gives Cop26 speech standing in water to highlight sea level rise".

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"Traditional Indigenous burning protecting last-known koalas on NSW far south coast";

"Tiwi Islands offshore gas fight shows public banks are under real pressure over fossil fuel funding";

"Why today’s energy crisis will lead to ​‘profound change’";

"Illinois offers $4,000 incentive to electric vehicle buyers";

"NASCAR racing team cuts carbon pollution";

"The US lags in the race to build an electric vehicle battery industry";

"Koch Industries continues doing business in Russia";

"Koch-funded analyst raises doubts about Russian attacks on Ukrainian civilians";

"US calls on Australia to increase 2030 emission reduction pledge to help prevent ‘greater destruction’";

"Australian wholesale power costs soaring despite Morrison government’s budget claims";

"Alinta Energy boss wants clarity on WA coal shutdowns";

"Should I stay or should I go?";

"3000 years after the Babylonians, the marriage of math and science is as important as ever";

"Climate policy in 2022 is no longer a political bin-fire – but it remains a smouldering issue for voters";

"1.5 vs 2C: What difference can a lousy half a degree of global warming make?";

"What to expect as cold weather and rain move towards the east coast";

"Putting Carbon back where it belongs - the potential of carbon sequestration in the soil";

"EV etiquette, EV envy – and EV-erything in between";

"They derailed climate action for a decade. And bragged about it.";

"New program to help residents repair storm-damaged homes";

"In the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Unintended Consequences of ‘Fortress Conservation’";

"'It’s Not Political to Tell the Truth': Scientists Arrested Over Climate Protests";

"Game theory says the Paris Agreement looks like a winner for the climate";

"Ford’s electric Mustang Mach-E is very fun to drive. Is that a good thing?";

"LNG exports will add to climate change";

"‘Lawless logging’ in DRC raises concerns over $500m forests deal signed by Boris Johnson";

"Boots to stop selling plastic-based wet wipes in UK";

"How climate change is disrupting the global supply chain";

Enjoy 'Music for a Warming World".

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