Former ABC reporter and international correspondent, Zoe Daniel (pictured) has nominated as an independent candidate for the Federal Seat of Goldstein and brings a special interest in climate change.
More information about Zoe and her campaign can be found at her website: "Independent for Goldstein, Zoe Daniel".
Other Quick Climate Links for today are:
"Breathtaking wilderness in the heart of coal country: after a 90-year campaign, Gardens of Stone is finally protected";
"‘Storybook of nature’: a landmark win as Gardens of Stone in NSW’s Blue Mountains protected";
"About The Gardens of Stone Alliance";
"Nation’s first commercial green hydrogen station set for Melbourne";
"Farmer blasts Powercor, Energy Safe Victoria for legal backdown over St Patrick's Day bushfires";
"Global push for green steel could hit Australia’s $150bn iron ore exports if miners don’t adapt, report finds";
"Snapchat’s Gen Z user base getting augmented reality look at Great Barrier Reef";
"Project Symphony: First big trial to “orchestrate” rooftop solar and battery storage";
"Wettest November in 100 years for many places in Queensland, and La Niña will ensure the rain continues over summer";
"Steel’s path to go green will cost industry up to $278 billion";
"ExxonMobil aims to double profits on restrained spending";
"We have to urgently reduce emissions and already have the technology to do it";
"Do La Niña’s rains mean boom or bust for Australian farmers?";
"For both anti-coal protesters and police, 'locking on' to trains and rail lines is fraught with danger";
"All round benefits of NZ adopting a circular economy";
"Putting economics to good use";
"Apple: 'We don’t want to debate climate change. We want to stop it.";
"Saving History With Sandbags: Climate Change Threatens the Smithsonian";
"What Will It Take for Electric Vehicles to Create Jobs, Not Cut Them?";
"Hunt for the ‘Blood Diamond of Batteries’ Impedes Green Energy Push";
"Coal use to peak in 2026 as renewables surge past forecasts";
"Venus could have been a paradise but turned into a hellscape. Earthlings, pay attention.";
"Rising sun: renewables to dominate new power capacity through 2026 -IEA";
"Prepare for more extreme weather, Britons warned in wake of Storm Arwen";
"Essex mega-prisons pose threat to rare wildlife, warn environmentalists";
"The rising cost of the climate crisis in flooded South Sudan – in pictures".
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