Sept. 4, 2021

Quick News: One Earth co-founder, Justin Winters, wants us to protect cultural and biological diversity to solve climate change

Quick News: One Earth co-founder, Justin Winters, wants us to protect cultural and biological diversity to solve climate change

Justin Winters (pictured) is the co-founder of One Earth and the writer behind the piece: "Protecting cultural and biological diversity is central to solving climate change";

Halllie Golden writes on The Guardian - "Lawsuit challenges Biden plan to sell oil and gas leases in Gulf of Mexico";

From The Melbourne Age we hear from Mike Foley - "Urban Australia pays: Barnaby Joyce names his price for net-zero commitment";

Another co-founder of One Earth, Karl Burkart that - "Enough with the ruin porn. It’s time for climate advocacy to move in a new direction";

Inside Clean Energy reports - "Inside Clean Energy: In California, the World’s Largest Battery Storage System Gets Even Larger";

In another story from Inside Climate News, Bob Berwyn writes - "In the Arctic, Less Sea Ice and More Snow on Land Are Pushing Cold Extremes to Eastern North America";

CNN says - " After Ida's remnants kill dozens in the East, NYC mayor says cities need to prepare differently for increasingly intense storms";

The Saturday Paper reports - "Why your current car may be the last fossil-fuel vehicle you own";

Another Medium story tells readers - "Finding Hope in the Face of Climate Change";

"Gladstone has Queensland’s worst air quality", according to Stuart Layt from the Brisbane Times.

Here we are told "Eat Meat, But Without Crippling Climate Anxiety";

Enrique Dans tells us - "The heat wave lottery: we’re all losers";

And, finally, there is the review by Jéssica Oliveira of the book, "Uninhabitable Earth".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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