Jan. 27, 2022

Quick Climate Links: 'Humanity will not be saved by promises' - Vanessa Nakate

Quick Climate Links: 'Humanity will not be saved by promises' - Vanessa Nakate

Vanessa Nakate (pictured) is a Urgandan youth climate justice advocate and was among those who spoke at COP26 in Glasgow who has said "Humanity will not be save by promises".

John Wren wrote in the Independent Australia that: "Scott Morrison's Pentecostal beliefs have affected Liberal Party policies".

Today's other Quick Climate Links are:

"Exxon Threatens Critics With “Unusual” Texas Law"

"Oatly ads banned by UK watchdog over ‘misleading’ green claims";

"Divestment campaigns — and reinvestment efforts — gain strength as climate change intensifies";

"The Fed has a clear mandate to mitigate climate risks";

"Dimming Sun's rays should be off-limits, say experts";

"South Africa’s Heaviest Rain on Record Causes Destructive Floods";

"Melbourne swelters through hottest Australia Day in 16 years";

"Thinking about buying an electric vehicle in 2022? We tackle your top 5 concerns";

"Territory-bound road trains blocked by flooded Stuart Hwy make 3,000km detour";

"Drought-hit Queensland graziers 'over the moon' after biggest rainfall in more than a decade";

"A Fight Over Rooftop Solar Threatens California’s Climate Goals";

"Covering Climate Now";

"Coal-based liquid hydrogen pivotal for green energy? The experts doubt it";

"Clean Air Toolbox for Cities";

"Fish growth slowed by high temperatures and plastic chemical BPA, research finds";

"Engaging with climate change and eco-distress";

"EPA Takes Action to Combat Industrial Air Pollution";

"Climate Anxiety Is an Overwhelmingly White Phenomenon";

"Carbon offsetting is not warding off environmental collapse – it’s accelerating it".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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