Climate News

A digest of interesting news about climate change from around the world, compiled by us.

Closed Loop

'turning waste back into products that re-enter the local supply chain' (Closed Loop Environmental Solutions Pty Ltd, Melbourne) >

Global Coal Exit List 2022

'Meeting the goals set out in the Paris Climate Agreement is a race against time. And whether we succeed or fail is highly dependent on the speed with which we phase out coal-fired power production worldwide.' (Urgewald’s Global Coal Exit List, Germany) >

Ten Climate Gamechangers

'Powerup is a set of ten energy gamechangers that will help get Australia on track to tackle both the climate crisis and our cost-of living crisis.' (The Climate Council of Australia) >

Global EV Sales for 2022 (H1)

'A total of 4,3 million new BEVs and PHEVs were delivered during the first half of 2022'. (EV Volumes, Sweden) >

Wastewater-Treatment for Water-Stressed Regions

Wastewater-treatment for inland, remote, water-stressed regions. 'As demand for fresh water supplies grow, communities need improved water re-use technologies to give them resilient, sustainable and high-quality water stocks.' (ECOS magazine, CSIRO, Canberra) >

A decade of killings globally

'200 land and environmental defenders were killed in 2021' (Global Witness - The Ecologist, London) >

Proactively Planning for Infrastructure Resilience

The benefits of proactively planning for infrastructure resilience. '...researchers at CSIRO explain why we need to shift our approach in decision-making when investing in resilient infrastructure.' (ECOS magazine, CSIRO Canberra) >

Climate Change and the threat to civilization

'The consequences of climate change are likely to be dire—and in some scenarios, catastrophic.' (Article in the Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences journal) >

Un-Pleasant Reality

'Either coal is dead, or we are. Does that seem a bit dramatic? Just look at facts.' Article by Paul Maguire. (EcoNetwork, Port Stephens - near Newcastle NSW) >

The Future is Circular

'A large proportion of people will agree to buying organic, but only a small percentage of those people actually will. Mainstreaming these sustainable products are difficult. My hope is that the insights from my research will inform new government policies and interventions that can encourage more sustainable consumption.' (Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney) >