Sept. 8, 2021

Quick climate links: Take note, watch closely, the climate crisis is everywhere

Quick climate links: Take note, watch closely, the climate crisis is everywhere

The World Resources Institute has announced that Stientje van Veldhoven (pictured) has been appointed to a senior role: "Stientje van Veldhoven Selected to be the Next Head of WRI Europe";

Giles Parkinson from RenewEconomy reports: "Green hydrogen could help solve the puzzle of getting to 100 pct renewables";

Inside Climate News reports about: "Farming Without a Net";

At Yale Climate Connections tells readers about: "Young activist works to shut down oil drilling across Los Angeles";

From Grist we hear: "Can a tiny clothing company force the shipping industry to clean up its act?";

More from Inside Climate News: "Warming Trends: Tuna for Vegans, Battery Technology and Climate Drives a Tree-Killer to Higher Climes";

From NPR it is: "Climate Change Is The Greatest Threat To Public Health, Top Medical Journals Warn";

And from The New Daily: "‘Missing in action’: Huge super funds slammed on climate voting";

The Atlantic writes about: "When the Climate Crisis Becomes Unignorable";

The New York Times: "She’s Green. She’s Young. And She Wants to Change Germany";

From The Guardian, Helena Horton writes: "Animals ‘shapeshifting’ in response to climate crisis, research finds";

Again from the Guardian, we discover: "Coal companies allowed to delay environmental offsets on NSW mines for up to 10 years";

We can hear the latest podcast from Juice Media: "Podcast 24: Bullsh|t climate solutions: CCS & Blue Hydrogen | with Richie Merzian";

A 2019 story from the ABC says: "'Passive' home more expensive to build but cheaper to run, achieves highest bushfire risk rating";

And in another ABC story: "Wind farm nuisance test case starts in Victoria Supreme Court";

George Monbiot tells us: "We cannot build our way out of the environmental crisis";

Scientific American carries the story: "To Solve the Environmental Crisis, We Must Foster the Power to Imagine";

Blanche Verlie writing in Scientific American says: "What the Acrid Smoke from Wildfires Can Teach Us";

From the Sydney Environment Institute comes another story from Blanche Verlie: "New Book Tackles Climate Anxiety, Transformation and Possible Futures";

And the Sydney Environment Institute reports: "Accounting for Climate Change: Translating Climate Data into Financial Risk";

Margaret Simmons writes an opinion piece in The Melbourne Age: "News Corp’s shift on emissions reveals limitations of power".

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