Jan. 24, 2022

Quick Climate Links: Therma tackles the cold emissions problem; Coal's 'death certificate'; Breaking away from gas on the Tour Down Under

Quick Climate Links: Therma tackles the cold emissions problem; Coal's 'death certificate'; Breaking away from gas on the Tour Down Under

Manik Suri (pictured) is the co-founder and CEO of Therma and was among the guests at an event staged by The New York Times Climate Hub during the Glasgow COP 26 entitled - "Back to Basics: Building Resilient Supply Chains".

Manik was a guest on Timmy Bauer's podcast, "The Purpose-Driven Entrepreneur".

Other Quick Climate Links for today are:

"Global electricity demand grows 6% in 2021"

"Hynion steps up hydrogen fuel profile in Sweden";

"Unlocking net-zero solutions by coupling energy networks";

"JPMorgan Chase selects NextEra Energy's Optos platform";

"Tour Down Under - BreakAway From Gas";

"January 2022 on track to be driest January on record in parts of California";

"Wildfire in Big Sur closes part of California's Highway 1 and forces evacuations";

"UAE to convene world leaders to take climate action";

"In a hotter Sydney, some trees will thrive while others will wither";

"Dedicated lanes for driverless cars an opportunity to fix transport network in NSW: report";

"‘They are dreaming’: Why Santos boss Kevin Gallagher still believes in oil and gas";

"Australian Firefighters Climate Alliance";

"Business leaders believe climate at 'tipping point', survey shows";

"A year on from a landmark report, nature - and law reform - is floundering";

"Floodwaters submerge parts of outback SA as rain washes away highway and cars";

"What Would War in Ukraine Mean for Europe’s Energy Crisis?";

"Nuclear power: an industry whose glory years never arrived";

"Alan Kohler: Long-duration energy storage systems are writing coal’s death certificate";

"Perth swelters through record six consecutive days over 40C temperatures";

"What is a climate stress test? A sustainable finance expert explains";

"5 ways climate change increases the threat of tsunamis, from collapsing ice shelves to sea level rise";

"Anne Salmond: NZ’s climate planting asking for trouble":

"Chevron’s #BlackLivesMatter Hypocrisy";

"Chinese officials arrested for concealing true scale of flood death toll";

"Tax on parking: UK cities to impose levy on cars in bid to cut pollution";

"Food waste: are you throwing your money in the bin?";

"Therma Raises $10.2M to Make A Global Impact On Climate";

"What Antarctica's 'Doomsday' Glacier Could Mean For The World";

"Minerals and the clean-energy transition: the basics".

Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

 

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