April 3, 2022

Quick Climate Links: Trying to make sense of the 'plastic man' while volunteering for Farmers for Climate Action

Quick Climate Links: Trying to make sense of the 'plastic man' while volunteering for Farmers for Climate Action

Farmers for Climate Action is an organization mostly celebrated and applauded, but every so often someone comes along with some bizarre reasoning that obviously provides them with some emotional comfort, allowing themselves to be emotionally distracted from the impending difficulties, while attributing troubles the world faces to some other "thing", in the most recent case, plastic.

The 'plastic man' visited a stand at the Seymour Alternative Farming Expo held over three days, April 1, 2 and 3.

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"The Off-Grid Power System Specialists";

"Centre for Climate Science and Engineering";

"Solid aerosols in Arctic may change clouds and climate";

"As energy security concerns trump climate, will drive to cut methane be derailed?";

"The woman at the eye of the storm of Asia’s rising climate risk";

"Florida Republican bill ‘basically erases’ state’s only pro-solar energy policy";

"The psychology of climate change denial";

"Can 24/7 carbon-free energy become a global standard?";

"6 Takeaways from the CEQ Climate and Economic Justice Screening Tool";

"The Razor's Edge of A Warming World";

"Coral bleaching hits iconic coast in Western Australia";

"‘Who’s talking climate change now?’ energy producers say";

"As war rages in Ukraine, Pentagon focused on climate change".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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