Oct. 17, 2021

Quick Climate Links: 'We will need some audacious science' - Professor Nicole Webster

Quick Climate Links: 'We will need some audacious science' - Professor Nicole Webster

Professor Nicole Webster (pictured) had spent a couple of decades considering coral reefs in tropical Queensland and has now just become the second woman to be appointed as the Chief Scientist for the Australian Antarctica Division and you can hear an interview with her on Radio National - "A different challenge for the new Antarctic Division chief".

Other links for today are:

"Boris Johnson’s climate credibility at stake in run-up to Cop26 summit";

"UK poised to confirm funding for mini nuclear reactors for carbon-free energy";

"Morrison the pragmatist leads from the back on net-zero";

"ON THE ROAD TO GLASGOW Episode 3 . Amazon Manifesto";

"‘We all have a role’: more than 260 Australian rules footballers sign up to climate campaign";

"Climate Conscious at Home";

"Electric Vehicles Are About To Get Crazy Cheap";

"News Corp’s climate pivot perpetrates a new fraud and draws us closer to climate catastrophe";

"With a five per cent vote the Nationals are holding us to ransom on climate change";

"Can a Carbon-Emitting Iron Ore Tycoon Save the Planet?";

"Alan Kohler: Murdoch and the BCA are providing cover for Morrison. Good";

"Modi & Johnson to launch global solar power grid";

"Raging Flood Waters Driven by Climate Change Threaten the Trans-Alaska Pipeline";

"Inside Clean Energy: Taking Stock of the Energy Storage Boom Happening Right Now";

"Welcome to Climate Ready Clyde";

"Taylor to address Nationals’ meeting as MPs warn ‘this is not a done deal’";

"‘A matter of survival’: What’s COP26?";

"How do we tackle Australia’s burning problem before it burns us?";

"When bad news is good News: accepting climate change shouldn’t mean denying it will hurt jobs";

"Australian-first farmer mutual aims to cut out carbon farming middleman".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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