Jan. 21, 2022

Quick Climate Links: Stories to Watch in 2022; Larry Fink's letter; a Call to Art; The Love of Trees

Quick Climate Links: Stories to Watch in 2022; Larry Fink's letter; a Call to Art;  The Love of Trees

Ani Dasgupta (pictured) presented the World Resources Institute's 19th annual "Stories to Watch 2022".

Mf Dasgupta is the WRI's President and Chief Executive Officer.

Today's other Quick Climate Links are:

"Don’t Look Up Is Missing What We Really Need From Climate Change Movies";

"2022 Smart Energy Council Conference and Exhibition";

"LARRY FINK'S 2022 LETTER TO CEOS: The Power of Capitalism";

"Water firm fined £240,000 over County Durham sewage discharges";

"Peter Dutton makes $3.5bn tank spend as climate change remains Australia’s most pressing strategic concern";

"Why a Call to Art";

"A Love of Trees or a Display of Power? The Odd Park of an Oligarch.";

"What three degrees of global warming looks like";

"State versus state, gas mate versus gas mate, a fossil fuels bonanza with a planet on the line";

"Scientists target PR and ad firms they accuse of spreading disinformation";

"Giant canyon discovered underneath Vanderford Glacier in Antarctica, revealing history behind rising sea levels";

"Labor has climate policy edge over Coalition, solid support for Greens";

"Policy gaps on climate impact of fossil fuels, NSW planning authorities concede";

"Aussie capital breaks record as mega heatwave hits";

"‘The treeline is out of control’: how the climate crisis is turning the Arctic green";

"Pristine coral reef unblemished by warming oceans found off Tahiti";

"‘Build Back Better’ Hit a Wall, but Climate Action Could Move Forward";

"In Tonga, a volcano-triggered tsunami underscores islands' acute climate risk";

"2021 was one of the hottest years on record – and it could also be the coldest we’ll ever see again";

"Sharks face adapt, move or die scenario";

"Staff blow whistle on Environment Agency that ‘no longer deters polluters’";

"UN report: The world’s farms stretched to ‘a breaking point’";

"Scientists work to better understand how ocean acidification will affect marine life";

"Oyster shells recycled from New Orleans restaurants are rebuilding Louisiana’s coastal reefs";

"New plant-focused diet would ‘transform’ planet’s future, say scientists";

"World’s first hydrogen ship docks in Australia, raising hope for a new industry";

"New year, new opportunities for Victoria’s climate transition";

"Beautiful Photos Show Polar Bears Living in Decaying Homes on Abandoned Island";

"Inured to Climate Change in North Queensland";

"Australian temperatures top 50 degrees, matching hottest day ever recorded";

"Tongan blast was violent and vast, but may not disrupt global warming";

"Three women are dancing on an iceberg in the sky. They don’t know how fast it will melt";

"Australian artists respond to climate emergency and the fossil fuel legacy of their parents with art activism";

"Let's create a Climate for Change".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

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