May 13, 2022

Quick Climate Links: The Sweaty Penguin; The Net-Zero Innovate podcast; Great Barrier Reef bleached, again

Quick Climate Links: The Sweaty Penguin; The Net-Zero Innovate podcast; Great Barrier Reef bleached, again

Here is something different, "The Sweaty Penguin" podcast, argued to be "Antarctica's Hottest Podcast".

Take a listen to the Business Green podcast: "Net Zero Innovate Podcast 2 Lord Adair Turner and the exciting world of green industrial innovation".

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"‘Criminalising our right to protest’: green groups’ anger over public order bill";

"Queensland floods: woman dies after vehicle is swept away as more heavy rain forecast";

"‘Shocking’ coral bleaching report quietly released after accusations of political interference";

"Nigeria, 10 other countries demonstrate actions to meet climate goals";

"There will never be a better time to save the planet";

"What pundits don’t say about climate change";

"Things I Read: A solar future isn't just likely — it's inevitable";

"Electricity prices are spiking, ten times as much as normal. Here are some educated guesses as to why";

"Climate change hits low-income earners harder – and poor housing in hotter cities is a disastrous combination";

"Australia has rich deposits of critical minerals for green technology. But we are not making the most of them … yet";

"The Biggest Potential Water Disaster in the United States";

"The Southwest’s Drought and Fires Are a Window to Our Climate Change Future";

"Insights. Ideas. Integration. Impact.";

"Revealed: the ‘carbon bombs’ set to trigger catastrophic climate breakdown"

"‘We will believe it when we see it’: the unanswered questions surrounding the Dungowan Dam";

"‘AFL players are concerned’: how the black summer fires spurred Tom Campbell to act on climate change";

"‘Our ancestors are in the rocks’: Australian gas project threatens ancient carvings – and emissions blowout";

"Coalition urges integration of climate resilience measures in WASH";

"New Energy Nexus";

"Renewable energy uptake surges globally despite war, COVID pandemic";

"Prairie Island Indian Community uses nuclear waste fund for net-zero carbon goal";

"Therapy dogs help wildland firefighters relieve stress";

"Radon – yet another higher risk from thawing permafrost";

"Inside Just Stop Oil: the 'hooligan' climate protesters taking on the tankers – video";

"‘We are living in hell’: Pakistan and India suffer extreme spring heatwaves";

"Swapping 20% of beef for microbial protein ‘could halve deforestation";

"EVs can be cheaper on a monthly basis than gas-powered cars";

"Illinois’ new climate bill is ambitious, justice-focused and a model for the nation";

"The Allied for Climate Transformation 2025";

"The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GBCMA) is the regional floodplain management authority within the Goulburn and Broken Catchments in Victoria";

"Katrina Survivors Were Told They Could Use Grant Money to Rebuild. Now They’re Being Sued for It.";

"Labor pledges more money to protect Great Barrier Reef from climate change if elected";

"An election guide: fact checking Morrison and Albanese on climate claims";

"Aware Super under pressure ahead of AGL coal split vote";

"What the next Australian government must do to save the Great Barrier Reef";

"Climate change isn’t just making cyclones worse, it’s making the floods they cause worse too – new research";

"‘Like 20 tip trucks pouring sand on every metre-wide strip’: how extreme storms can replenish beaches, not just erode them";

"4 reasons why the Morrison government’s forestry cash splash is bad policy";

"Political will for climate ambition, but what about action?";

"Ex-Green MPs question Govt’s climate record";

"Living near wildfires ups cancer risk";

"Climate change is devastating the Global South";

"Think about climate policy when you vote";

"91% Of Surveyed Corals Bleached Along Great Barrier Reef, Australia Says";

"US fracking boom could tip world to edge of climate disaster";

"Rare UK seabirds put at risk by ‘alarming loophole’, say campaigners";

"GB News chairman has history of dismissing threat of climate crisis";

"Living costs in outer suburbs would be slashed under plan to ‘electrify everything’, analysis finds";

"New Zealand’s dairy industry should stop using Māori culture to pretend it’s sustainable";

"Climate chaos certain if oil and gas mega-projects go ahead, warns IEA chief".

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