Dec. 13, 2021

Quick Climate Links: U.S. tornadoes explained; climate girl takes on two crises; wind farms anger

Quick Climate Links: U.S. tornadoes explained; climate girl takes on two crises; wind farms anger

An explanation from The Conversation helps us better understand why tornadoes trouble the U.S. in December - the story: "Why the southern US is prone to December tornadoes".

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"Biden calls on EPA to investigate role of climate crisis in deadly tornadoes";

"Year 12s find positives to get through pandemic";

"Scotland ignites green investment but oil remains key";

"The wind farms angering renewable energy fans";

"Why California Is Planning to Ban Fracking";

"Westpac, ANZ and NAB to face shareholders this week";

"Elon Musk's Tesla to back central Queensland battery project in Australian-first collaboration";

"Electricity prices fall to lowest level in years";

"Chanticleer CEO poll: Election policy ideas of our 60 top CEOs";

"VicForests referred to Victorian ombudsman and corruption watchdog following ABC investigation";

"Australian farmers lost billions in Black Summer bushfires";

"Alan Kohler: Politicians are failing us on climate change. They must do this instead";

"'Our new normal': US emergency chief issues climate warning in wake of deadly tornadoes";

"Scott Morrison's criticism of independent candidates unfounded, Zali Steggall says";

"How the holiday buying season adds fuel to a rapidly warming planet";

"Solar curtailment is emerging as a new challenge to overcome as Australia dashes for rooftop solar";

"‘Incredibly moving’: songs by threatened birds beat Abba to No 5 spot on Australian music charts";

"More talk, less action on climate change 2021";

"Why Fonterra lacks credibility on climate";

"Feeding cows a few ounces of seaweed daily could sharply reduce their contribution to climate change".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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