April 9, 2022

Quick Climate Links: 'The Good You Can Do"; a BHP wind farm for WA; A podcast about the Paris climate goals

Quick Climate Links: 'The Good You Can Do"; a BHP wind farm for WA;  A podcast about the Paris climate goals

The podcast "The Good You Can Do"  is worth a listen: "What is the best way to take action on climate change?".

And the Canary Media podcast, Political Climate asks the question: "Are the Paris climate goals still within reach?".

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"‘It’s happening now’: how rising sea levels are causing a US migration crisis";

"I was targeted by Murdoch-owned media for supporting independent candidates and their climate agendas";

"Climate change is our greatest health challenge – we must act to protect future generations";

"Wars, floods and pestilence: These horrors do have an economic upside";

"Governments must heed IPCC final warning";

"Driver found dead in Sydney floodwaters";

"Pinterest bans all climate misinformation on its platform";

"Federal election 2022: Angus Taylor slams Labor for wanting to host United Nations climate summit";

"NSW boosts size of first wind and solar tender after early coal exit";

"Greens aim for negative emissions with generous floor price for carbon offsets";

"Man found dead in NSW as Queensland flood victims face means test to access recovery funds";

"Demand for electric vehicles rising but battery costs, policy inertia keep prices high";

"Scenic flyers didn't think about emissions";

"Earth's CO2 levels to hit alarming milestone";

"'Superblooms of fungus': How climate change is making valley fever worse";

"Climate change, mental health services, a better education system: what marginalised young people told us needs to be fixed";

"What would it take to get Australians to buy electric cars? Canberra provides a guide";

"Another day, another flood: preparing for more climate disasters means taking more personal responsibility for risk";

"IPCC report: how New Zealand could reduce emissions faster and rely less on offsets to reach net-zero";

"‘Learning to live with it’? From Covid to climate breakdown, it’s the new way of failing";

"British energy security strategy";

"Youth on the mic";

"How climate-friendly is an electric car? It all comes down to where you live";

"Time’s up: why Australia has to quit stalling and wean itself off fossil fuels";

"ExxonMobil Announces $10 Billion Oil Investment the Same Day IPCC Signals End for Fossil Fuels";

"Biden’s Call to Increase LNG Export Capacity on Gulf Coast is Tantamount To Sarah Palin’s Call to ‘Drill Baby Drill’ According to Environmental Advocates";

"It’s Time for a Net Zero Building Boom";

"UN weather agency to spearhead 5 year early warning plan, boosting climate action";

"Evacuation ahead of natural disasters: Evidence from cyclone Phailin in India and typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines";

"Climate change as observed in the Bay of Bengal";

"Cyclone Amphan highlights the value of multi-hazard early warnings";

"European Floods Are Latest Sign of a Global Warming Crisis";

"Floods Thrust Climate Change to Center of German Campaign as Toll Mounts";

"WMO Atlas of Mortality and Economic Losses from Weather, Climate and Water Extremes";

"Climate change: Wind and solar reach milestone as demand surges";

"Yes, Colonialism Caused Climate Change, IPCC Reports";

"Another Variable in the Winemaking Process: Climate Change";

"Sweden set to be world’s first country to target consumption-based emission cuts";

"Costa Rica’s ‘leave it in the ground’ policy in doubt after election":

"Saudi Arabia dilutes fossil fuel phase-out language with techno-fixes in IPCC report";

"Five takeaways from the IPCC’s report on limiting dangerous global heating";

"In doubling adaptation finance, ‘champions’ aim to avoid repeat of $100bn failure";

"Climate science and financial risk: Forging a path to more climate-resilient businesses";

"Carbon capture and storage: is it a solution for the climate crisis, or a distraction from taking effective climate action?";

"Fan Plastic! How Plastic Waste Could Be Used To Grab CO2";

"Hundreds flooded out as NSW holidays begin";

"Somalia risks a repeat of 2011 famine as drought tightens its grip on Horn of Africa";

"Could climate change lead to the next black plague?";

"Welcome to Australia, a thrilling experiment in carbon capture";

"‘Now or never’: Australia’s responses to decades of damning IPCC climate reports";

"Wind industry must quadruple by the end of decade to ensure net-zero by 2050";

"Methane in Earth’s atmosphere rose by record amount last year, US government data shows";

"Online bank funds climate solutions, not fossil fuels";

"A newfound best friend helps this doctor turn anxiety into action";

"‘It’s now or never’: IPCC warns emissions must decline by 2025 to avoid dangerous climate change";

"‘I hadn’t even held a gun’: Climate activists switch fighting for environment to fighting for Ukraine";

"Chart: Which countries get more than 10% of their power from wind?";

"Carbon storage gets dirty: The movement to sequester CO2 in soils";

"Launch of initiative for a Just Transition in the energy sector";

"Thousand a day displaced by climate change, but they aren’t protected like refugees: Expert";

"Rain bombs and supercells: what’s science and what’s not?".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World

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