As of today, I'm only in the early pages of "Our Sunburnt Country" by Dr Anika Molesworth, but already it's an exciting, informative and inspiring read, and through the book, I was alerted to the two Tedx appearances by Professor Johan Rockstram, a decade apart.
In the first - "Let the environment guide our development" and a decade later, the second, he talked about - "10 years to transform the future of humanity - or destabilize the planet";
The book's author, Dr Anika Molesworth, was interviewed on ABC radio's "A Country Breakfast";
On Cabon180 we read about: "Greening the infrastructure conversation";
Climate Conscious take readers into the meat debate with: "This Is Why Reducing Meat Consumption Is So Controversial";
From Inside Climate News it's: "Now on Hold, Georgia’s Progressive Program for Rooftop Solar Comes With a Catch";
Newsweek tells readers: "Seeking World Recognition, Taliban Vows to Help Fight Terror and Climate Change";
And at Climate Home News it's: "What is Cop26 and why does it matter? Your guide to the Glasgow climate summit";
A guest essay from The New York Times says: "Science Alone Can’t Heal a Sick Society";
Two stories from Climate Action:
Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".