Sept. 11, 2021

Quick climate news links: 'Our Sunburnt Country' - informative and inspiring

Quick climate news links: 'Our Sunburnt Country' - informative and inspiring

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:

"SSI: Sustainability of marine fuels must be considered in shipping’s decarbonisation";

"Lukewarm commitments point to hot climate: what is the impact for investors?".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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