Here are today's Quick climate news links:
More from Arena: "Batteries up power poles brings energy storage to the streets";
More from RenewEconomy: "ARENA “getting up to speed” on carbon capture as it rolls out new investment plan";
The New York Times: "From 4% to 45%: Energy Department Lays Out Ambitious Blueprint for Solar Power";
Yale Climate Connections: "Some crops can thrive in shade of solar panels, experiments suggest ";
New Scientist: "Earth will hit 1.5°C climate limit within 20 years, says IPCC report";
A timely and important warning from The Guardian: "Big oil’s ‘wokewashing’ is the new climate science denialism";
And The Melbourne Age: "Australian company aims high as US declares massive solar target";
Two more stories from The Guardian:
Logan Hailey writing on Medium: "How Does Soil Pull Carbon out of the Atmosphere?";
On Climate Conscious: "Technology Got Us Into This Mess, and It’s Going to Get Us Out";
From Reuters we hear: "Tree planting efforts aren’t replacing burned U.S. forests — not even close";
Inside Climate News tells us: "Biggest Carbon Capture Effort Begins in Iceland, But Involves a Fraction of the Gas in the Atmosphere";
And from Democracy Now; "Biden Warns of Existential Threat of Climate Change as He Visits NY and NJ in Ida’s Wake";
Finally, from OECD: "Biodiversity and the economic response to COVID-19: Ensuring a green and resilient recovery".
Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".