Issue date : Thu 21 November, 2019
Estimated Reading Time : 03 Min 03 Seconds
Number of items : 36
Calls for replacement of Australia’s coal-fire power stations
News.com.au
Thu 21 November, 2019
Seven environmental groups with a membership of more than one million Australians are calling for a radical overhaul of the country’s electricity network saying coal-fired power needs to be replaced within 11 years.
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Oxford Dictionaries declares 'climate emergency' the word of 2019
The Guardian
Thu 21 November, 2019
Oxford Dictionaries has declared “climate emergency” the word of the year for 2019, following a hundred-fold increase in usage that it says demonstrated a “greater immediacy” in the way we talk about the climate.
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Jair Bolsonaro calls Amazon deforestation 'cultural,' says it 'will never end'
The Sydney Morning Herald
Thu 21 November, 2019
Sao Paulo: Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro shrugged off a government report that deforestation reached an 11-year high on his watch, saying on Wednesday that he expects the destruction of the world's largest tropical rainforest to continue.
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Chart of the week: The climate cost
The Interpreter
Thu 21 November, 2019
Polls suggest a majority of Australians want action on global warming, even at a cost – but politics tells us otherwise.
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Why green hyrdogen is a win-win for Australia
The Canberra Times
Thu 21 November, 2019
There is a race under way to decarbonise the global economy. The prize is both a healthy planet and the economic rewards of new, clean, green industries. Australia is well placed to be a winner, with abundant renewable energy resources - sun and wind - and some of the fastest renewable energy installation rates on the planet. As author and academic Ross Garnaut recently observed, "Australia has the potential to be an economic superpower of the future post-carbon world".
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Bill Gates’ secret energy company unveils solar breakthrough for industrial heat
Reneweconomy
Thu 21 November, 2019
Heliogen, an energy company which has been working in “stealth mode” with financial backing from Bill Gates and other high-profile environmental investors, has unveiled what it says is a breakthrough solar technology to provide industrial heat for the production of cement, steel and petrochemicals.
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Extinction of ice age giants likely drove surviving animals apart
The Conversation
Thu 21 November, 2019
As the world grapples with an extinction crisis, our large mammals are among the most endangered. These threatened species – rhinos, pandas, tigers, polar bears and the like – greatly influence their ecosystems. So what will happen to the smaller animals left behind?
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Sydney cloaked in bushfire smoke for second time in three days
The Sydney Morning Herald
Thu 21 November, 2019
Sydney has woken to another thick blanket of bushfire smoke that's forecast to remain until Friday, ahead of what's expected to be a number of dangerous days of fire weather in NSW and across the country.
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Ley calls on koala experts post bushfires
9 News
Wed 20 November, 2019
Koala experts will meet in Brisbane to map out a way to help the native animal, which has been devastated by bushfires in Queensland and NSW.
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The Canberra Times
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Coal: a dubious friend now a deadly enemy
The Canberra Times
Wed 20 November, 2019
I grew up around coal. In my part of Yorkshire great seams of it ran under the sea, and the mines followed for miles underground.
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Climate impacts 'to cost world $7.9 trillion' by 2050
Yahoo News
Wed 20 November, 2019
Climate change could directly cost the world economy $7.9 trillion by mid-century as increased drought, flooding and crop failures hamper growth and threaten infrastructure, new analysis showed Wednesday.
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Baking cities advance 'slowly' in race against rising climate threat
The Australian Financial Review
Wed 20 November, 2019
London |As urban populations surge around the world, cities will struggle to keep residents safe from fast-growing heat risks turbo-charged by climate change, scientists and public health experts have warned.
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WA research reveals plastic's impact on gentle giants of the ocean
WAToday
Wed 20 November, 2019
Reef manta rays and whale sharks are ingesting thousands of plastic pieces from broken-down carrier bags and single-use packaging every day, a new Perth-led study has found.
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To feed the world in 2050 we need to build the plants that evolution didn’t
The Conversation
Wed 20 November, 2019
We need to revolutionise agriculture in the next 30 years. In 2050 we may have almost 10 billion people to feed. Farmland is already degraded by existing agriculture, and climate change is putting new pressure on crops and livestock.
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'Move out tonight': First Code Red since 2010 issued for parts of Victoria
The Age
Wed 20 November, 2019
People living in high bushfire-risk areas in Victoria's north and north-west have been urged to leave their homes as soon as possible as the region faces the worst fire conditions in 10 years.
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Venice could turn into a ghost city
The Australian Financial Review
Wed 20 November, 2019
As historic floods inundated Venice more than half a century ago, one reader in Scotland wrote to The Guardian newspaper in London to express worry about the fate of the "astonishing, but soon-to-vanish" Italian city.
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Meghan Markle’s Friend Roland Mouret Is Launching A Sustainable Bridal Collection
Marie Claire
Wed 20 November, 2019
French designer Roland Mouret launched his eponymous label in 1998, but it was his Galaxy dress that really put him on the fashion map in 2005. The tailored pencil-dress style and square neckline won women over for its flattering silhouette, versatile design and classic nature. It was a piece they could wear over and over, for years to come.
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Qantas says flight delays due to climate change
The Australian
Wed 20 November, 2019
A Qantas executive has blamed climate change for worsening flight delays, based on above ­average wind strengths at Sydney airport this year.
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