March 25, 2022

Quick Climate Links: We'll need creativity, music and more, much more gentle humanity to endure the quickly unfolding climate crisis

Quick Climate Links: We'll need creativity, music and more, much more  gentle humanity to endure the quickly unfolding climate crisis

The Durgas (pictured is the group's latest album) gives us the tools to endure the quickly unfolding climate crisis.

Also helping humanity survive and thrive are the World Citizen Artists, who are raising global awareness through creativity.

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"This urban farm is creating jobs for young Australians and refugees";

"Activists slam new anti-protest laws as ‘knee-jerk’ after three days of protests";

"Hundreds of students protest at PM's house";

"Eden scoped for $10 billion floating offshore windfarm";

"Microplastics found in human blood for first time";

"Five walks to save the world – how ‘psychogeography’ can help you confront the climate crisis";

"Alaska air pollution holds clues for other Arctic climates";

"‘Climate smart’ policies could increase southern Africa’s crops by up to 500%";

"‘Vulnerable to climate change in every way’: Mumbai eyes status as south Asia’s first carbon-neutral city";

"Conservation won’t save the Great Barrier Reef from climate: scientists";

"First Australian electric motorcycle wins Victorian design award";

"Is News Corp following through on its climate change backflip? My analysis of its flood coverage suggests not";

"Activists dismiss NSW government crackdown on Sydney port protests";

"Indigenous elders in WA say ‘gag clause’ denies them a say in industrial developments on their land";

"Community-led initiative is putting up Northern Rivers flood evacuees in vacant Airbnb properties";

"Put up for clean up, Govt tells oil drillers";

"Permafrost thawing faster than expected due to extreme summer rainfall";

"A crucial choice to make";

"Severe thunderstorms bring large hailstones to Florida";

"Wolverine fish and blind eel among 212 new freshwater species";

"Will today’s booming carbon market be able to avoid a bust?";

"The world's most toxic town: the terrible legacy of Zambia's lead mines";

"Transitioning to zero-emission cars and vans: 2035 delivery plan";

"How this month produced a mind-boggling warm-up in eastern Antarctica (and the Arctic)";

"The ‘whys’ beyond the ‘what’ of the severe western U.S. drought";

"Tasmania’s forests are burning more as climate change dries them out. Our old tools can’t fight these new fires";

"72%";

"The importance of resource security for poverty eradication";

"How heat became the 'silent killer' stalking Australia";

"Farmers win wind farm battle, court rules turbines too noisy";

"Werribee Community Event: Urban heat islands in the West".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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