Sept. 6, 2021

Quick News: Sharon Lavigne pleads to see plastics factories gone from 'Cancer Alley'

Quick News: Sharon Lavigne pleads to see plastics factories gone from 'Cancer Alley'

Sharon Lavigne (pictured) is leading a community group to take back Louisiana's "cancer alley" and you can read about that at the "Stop Formosa Plastics" website.

Newscorp has long been considered among "the enemy" in the climate wars, but it appears to be changing its position - "Rupert Murdoch’s newspapers, 24-hour news channel to champion net-zero emissions";

Matthew Kelly, writing in the Newcastle Herald tells readers: "Green hydrogen from the Hunter's wastewater";

From Energy we hear: "Octopus Australia acquires 180MW Dulacca Wind Farm from RES";

Patrick Metzger, writing in Medium, tells us: "We’re On Track For The Global Collapse Predicted By The Club Of Rome In 1972";

Adam Morton, writing in The Guardian, that: "Australia warned climate crisis will ‘wreak havoc’ on economy if coal isn’t phased out";

Writing for Climate Conscious, Paul Abela asks: "How in the World Are We Going To Deal With a Billion Climate Refugees?";

In another question, Edward McGehee asks: "Why is climate change a subject we find so difficult to wrap our heads around?";

Another story from Medium asks "Climate Catalysts: What’s A Planet Worth?";

Finally in an ABC Landline story, we read: "Australian farmers and scientists trial new methods to improve soil moisture".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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