Dec. 15, 2021

Quick Climate Links: The Arctic melts, the climate situation worsens and exasperation, but not desperation sets in

Quick Climate Links: The Arctic melts, the climate situation worsens and exasperation, but not desperation sets in

The Arctic Report Card illustrates that the world is in desperate trouble and still out decision behave as is what we are seeing is little more than a passing phase - check out the story from The Conversation: "2021 Arctic Report Card reveals a (human) story of cascading disruptions, extreme events and global connections".

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"This year's 'short-lived' La Niña forecast may not break records, but could still pack a punch this summer";

"Victoria prepares to swelter as summer temperatures return";

"NAB: Divest from Coastal GasLink NOW";

"Climate group backing independents hits back at Coalition calls to dob them in under donor rules";

"Women overrepresented in marginal contests, while more men preselected in safe seats for federal election";

"Fighting Climate Change with AI";

"Smoke, heat and stress: A snapshot from Southern California of life in an altered climate":

"How we can use the law to make the fashion industry fairer to women and the earth";

"Trees get sunburnt too – but there are easy ways to protect them, from tree ‘sunscreen’ to hydration";

"Back so soon, La Niña? Here’s why we’re copping two soggy summers in a row";

"Analysis reveals energy providers with cheapest deals in NSW, Victoria and Queensland";

"5 Priorities for Cities After COP26";

"AB InBev aim to reach net-zero by 2040 across value chain";

"Reports: Treasury shelves £30bn plan to electrify UK railways over cost concerns";

"Rising From the Antarctic, a Climate Alarm";

"Trends in Arctic Report Card: ‘Consistent, Alarming and Undeniable’";

"They Said the Tornado Would Hit at 9:30. It Hit at 9:30";

"Address at the Carbon Market Institute 8th Australasian Emissions Reduction Summit";

"Proposed new requirements for native vegetation regeneration projects under the Emissions Reduction Fund";

"Climate change has destabilized the Earth’s poles, putting the rest of the planet in peril".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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