This week, air conditioning is making our world hotter, oh yes. And more on the Federal election campaign in Australia. At the same time marine life is heading to the Poles as waters warm, and the US targets coal. Read on for all of this and more in the week that was.
This week we are still in election mode, more science about what is expected in terms of impacts, the IPCC report is still a little leaky and Cate Blanchett takes the time to put climate change on the agenda.
This week, a lot of promises made by both sides of the political divide, more on extreme weather, WWF tell us rescinding the carbon price is not good and truckies have something to say about that too.
This week, an election for Australia is called for September 7, Arctic ice is contributing to sea level rise more than previously thought, young people are still very concerned about climate change, and in a big day for climate reports, findings of Australia’s extreme weather preparedness Senate inquiry and the State of the (US) Climate Report have been released.
This week, more discussion about financing coal fired power stations, or not. Good news about Australia’s emissions, and we are told it will be a hot one this year. The Marshall Islands are leading the way and you wanna buy a new car?? Read on for all this and more…
This Week in Climate Change (formally The Week That Was), a weekly review of climate change politics, policy, innovation and science from Climate Reality Leader Andrew Woodward. @climatecomm