April 6, 2022

Quick Climate Links: Victorian farmers successfully object to wind farm

Quick Climate Links: Victorian farmers successfully object to wind farm

Two Victorian farmers have successfully objected to a wind farm and their court case was discussed today on the Law Report during the story "Cheng Lei awaits China trial verdict, and Vic court rules on wind farm noise".

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"UN offers new solutions to limit global warming";

"Residents between NSW central and south coasts urged to brace for more rain with over 300mm possible";

"A community battery 'like a corner store': Is this the future of home energy storage?";

"Stopping Climate Change Is Doable, but Time Is Short, U.N. Panel Warns";

"5 Takeaways From the U.N. Report on Limiting Global Warming";

"Electrify Everything";

"Cut public transport fares, urges state’s top infrastructure adviser";

"‘Potentially dangerous’ rain forecast for NSW";

"We can halve emissions by 2030, but time for action is now – IPCC";

"Climeworks Raises $650 Million in Largest Round for Carbon Removal Startup";

"Coalition accused of sitting on environment report to avoid delivering ‘more bad news";

"‘Reckless public spending’: Coalition’s extra $126m for Queensland dam draws fire";

"Rain bomb hits Sydney earlier than expected";

"‘Nasty’: Power bills tipped to rise as wholesale electricity prices surge";

"EU Proposes Ban on Russian Coal Imports, Ships After Atrocities";

"Australia's plastic recycling industry changes are fast taking effect";

"Poll positions for electric car campaign";

"‘Clear message’: Labor promises to bid to host global climate change summit if elected";

"Why Technological Progress Won’t Save Us From a Climate Disaster";

"Traditional fire use is declining globally – here’s why that’s a problem";

"IPCC: We can tackle climate change if big oil gets out of the way";

"‘We are pretty much out of time if we want to limit warming to 1.5C’";

"Do you toss biodegradable plastic in the compost bin? Here’s why it might not break down";

"Natural disasters hit disadvantaged people the hardest, but we can lessen the impact";

"China is gunning for supremacy in the global green hydrogen race. Will it shatter Australia’s dreams?";

"Simulating Earth’s changing climate: why some models exaggerate future warming";

"What to Know About Seagrass, the Ocean’s Overlooked Powerhouse";

"The Ukraine Crisis Threatens a Sustainable Food Future";

"Time Is Running Out to Avert a Harrowing Future, Climate Panel Warns";

"Why a doctor feels a responsibility to speak up for the climate";

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

"IPCC Report: We can halve emissions by 2030, but the time for action is now";

"Qantas zeros in on emissions with interim target";

"Australian businesses bypass federal politics as the switch to renewable energy gathers steam";

"Digital technology key to energy efficiency says IPCC";

"Green Energy Oman selects Worley for green hydrogen project";

"Farm life in the NSW northern rivers: ‘The anxiety is very real every time it starts to rain’";

"Scott Morrison refuses Queensland’s request to split $741m flood resilience funding".

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