The Director of the Sydney Environmental Institute and a Professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Sydney, David Schlosberg (pictured), talked about "hope with teeth" during a presentation at the August Green Institute conference in Brisbane.--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/robert-mclean/message
Flere episoder fra "Climate Conversations"
Climate News: Greens leader shows at Rising Tide's Newcastle protest; Aussie cricket captain concerned about climate crisis, declared by some to be too 'woke'
il y a 21 heures
20:02Australian Greens Leader, Adam Brandt, attends Newcastle Rising Tide coal protest and dumps on Labor Government - watch on "The Drum"; "Australian cricket captain Pat Cummins on challenging conventional wisdom"; "Scientists show direct link between polluting companies and wildfires in North America"; "Do wind turbines kill birds?"; "Newcastle Port protest: reverend Alan Stuart, 97, among 109 arrested in climate blockade – video"; "Burrup Hub gas project could release 13 times Australia’s annual carbon emissions, analysis suggests"; "Saving Praise Houses Before Their African Lineage Is Forgotten"; "Rain to hit NSW, Victoria and Queensland but unlikely to subdue bushfire season"; "To Escape the Heat in Dubai, Head to the Beach at Midnight"; "Nissan funnels £1bn into Sunderland gigafactory to produce new EV models"; "Native forest logging ban in Tasmania could save state $72m, pro-market thinktank says"; "Writing in nature"; "The price of peaceful protest: 109 arrests, but the Newcastle Port blockade will be on again"; "Vietnam Relied on Environmentalists to Secure Billions. Then It Jailed Them."; "Europe’s far right goes mainstream"; "In a ‘sacred’ desert, the U.S. turns away from drilling and mining"; "The Cleantech Showcase"; "Native forest logging ban in Tasmania could save state $72m, pro-market thinktank says"; "A plane fueled by fat and sugar has crossed the Atlantic Ocean"; "Clearing Skies: Opening a New Path on Climate and the Future"; "Biden to Skip U.N. Climate Summit, Drawing Grumbles From Environmentalists"; "Flaring at Richmond refinery sends clouds of smoke over San Francisco Bay"; "Revealed: How colonial rule radically shifts historical responsibility for climate change"; "A Giant Inland Sea Is Now a Desert, and a Warning for Humanity"; "Powerful Forces Are Fracking Our Attention. We Can Fight Back."; "Brilliant: a Cop28 to save the planet – staged by oil barons who imperil it"; "‘It’s Like Our Country Exploded’: Canada’s Year of Fire"; "Driving a greener future: how your electric car could help power your neighbourhood"; "3 reasons why removing grazing animals from Australia’s arid lands for carbon credits is a bad idea"; "COP28: Earth’s frozen zones are in trouble – we’re already seeing the consequences"; "As disasters and heat intensify, can the world meet the urgency of the moment at the COP28 climate talks?"; "How the suburbs could become 15-minute cities"; "Critically endangered Sumatran rhino born in Indonesia"; "Aussie farmers don't have to choose between growing food and hosting solar; report shows they can do both"; "WA DOCTORS URGE CLIMATE ACTION TO SAVE OUR HEALTH SYSTEM"; "Australia needs ‘substantial increase’ in large-scale renewables projects to meet decarbonisation targets"; "Farmers for Climate Action opposes coal waste injection into Australia's largest underground water supply"; "The scandal of a free pass on fossil fuel export emissions by Australia, Canada, Norway and USA must end to save our climate - new report"; "RACGP backs duty of care bill for climate change harms"; "They Fled Climate Chaos. Asylum Law Made Decades Ago Might Not Help"; "Files Suggest Climate Summit’s Leader Is Using Event to Promote Fossil Fuels"; "What Is COP28? And Other Questions About the Big U.N. Climate Summit"; "You’re probably recycling plastic wrong. And it’s not your fault."; "Buyers worldwide go for bigger cars, erasing gains from cleaner tech. EVs would help"; "Biden expected to miss global climate summit opening as young voters question his progress on climate change"; "Scientists show direct link between polluting companies and wildfires in North America"; "Report Charts Climate Change’s Growing Impact in the US, While Stressing Benefits of Action"; "Richest 1% account for more carbon emissions than poorest 66%, report says"; "‘Not on course’: US emissions set for 3% decline in 2023"; "<a href="https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/big-oil-doubles-profits-blockbuster-2022-2023-02-08/" targe --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/robert-mclean/message
Interview: David Spratt casts doubt on success of COP 28
il y a 2 jours
21:48Melbourne's David Spratt (pictured), who co-authored the prescient 2008 book, "Climate Code Red", has questioned the value of the 28th Conference of the Parties (COP) about to begin in the United Arab Emirates. David and a former international oil, gas and coal industry executive, chair of the Australian Coal Association and CEO of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Ian Dunlop, wrote the Pearls and Irritations article, "COP-out: Why the petrostate-hosted climate talkfest will fail". The BBC reports in a story "COP28: UAE planned to use climate talks to make oil deals", and in a second story, "COP28 ‘moment of truth’ for oil industry, says energy boss" casts additional doubt on why the petrostate is hosting this major climate action meeting. From The Washington Post it is "Why an oil kingdom is hosting the COP28 climate summit and other questions answered". New Scientist reports: "COP28: When is the climate summit and why is it being held in Dubai?". The oil states face this piercing question as posed in a Guardian story: "Former world leaders seek $25bn levy on oil states’ revenues to pay for climate damage". --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/robert-mclean/message
Gå ikke glip af nogen episoder af “Climate Conversations” - abonnér på podcasten med gratisapp GetPodcast.
Climate News: Professor Mark Howden explains government claims on emissions; Extreme heat brings on Taylor Swift concet tradgedy; Australia's ominous fire season begins
24:04Professor Mark Howden (pictured) from the Australian National University discusses the Australian Government's emissions claims - "Australia inches closer to emissions target"; "Global greenhouse gas emissions could fall in 2024 if clean tech trends continue"; "A trade war could kill the climate effort. But it doesn’t have to happen."; "Taylor Swift’s Brazil concert was hammered by extreme heat. How to protect crowds at the next sweltering gig"; "Green growth or degrowth: what is the right way to tackle climate change?"; "Fire Season in Australia Starts, Early and Ominous"; "Church minister, 97, among more than 80 arrested in Newcastle port blockade"; "Newcastle port: more than 100 arrested after climate protesters continue blockade past agreed deadline"; "More than 80 protesters arrested for defying deadline in Newcastle port blockade"; "Climate adaptation funds are not reaching frontline communities: what needs to be done about it"; "EU climate chief: China must help fund rescue of poorer nations hit by disaster"; "To Escape the Heat in Dubai, Head to the Beach at Midnight"; "Australian super fund puts billions into backing Britain’s energy transition". --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/robert-mclean/message
Climate News: 'Action the best antidote to despair' - Professor Lesley Hughes; A plea from UN Secretary General, António Guterres; COP28 president, Sultan Al Jaber, 'cautiously optimistic'
24:16Professor Lesley Hughes has academically moved from ants to the atmosphere as she discusses in this interview - "‘Hope has to be a strategy’: the scientist who refused to let the climate warmongers win"; Sultan Al Jaber (pictured) - "COP28 president 'cautiously optimistic' on success of key climate conference"; "UN Climate Change Conference - United Arab Emirates"; "What Endures After a Climate Activist’s Suicide: Grief, Anger and Hope"; "World stands on frontline of disaster at Cop28, says UN climate chief"; "Ahead of COP28, a Call for a ‘Tangible Phase-Out of Fossil Fuels as Soon as Possible’"; "As New York Officials Push Clean Hydrogen Project, Indigenous Nation Sees a Threat to Its Land"; "Australia closing in on meeting 2030 emissions target, official projections show"; "COP-out: Why the petrostate-hosted climate talkfest will fail"; "How Carbon Capture and Storage Projects Are Driving New Oil and Gas Extraction Globally"; "Pumped Storage Hydro Could be Key to the Clean Energy Transition. But Where Will the Water Come From?"; "Chris Bowen’s bold and sudden movement on climate sent the Coalition clutching at its pearls"; "The EU Overhauls Its Law Covering Environmental Crimes, Banning Specific Acts and Increasing Penalties"; "Too many renters swelter through summer. Efficient cooling should be the law for rental homes"; "Five Key Narratives to Watch For at COP28"; "‘Don’t think it won’t happen’: Far too many Aussies unprepared for disasters"; "Revealed: Scale of The Telegraph’s Climate Change ‘Propaganda’" "Eight key takeaways from the new National Climate Assessment"; "Ex-HSV designer reveals Callum Skye electric off-roader"; "Relax, Electric Vehicles Really Are the Best Choice for the Climate"; "Tesla Cybertruck leaks online a week ahead of official reveal"; "Climate change victims are dying in an ‘epicentre of indifference’"; "Australians suffer higher electricity prices as networks rake in billions of excess profits"; "The benefits to going car-free are real. Here’s how we can get there"; "Protest armada’s overnight vigil keeps Newcastle coal port shut down"; "Climate change victims are dying in an ‘epicentre of indifference’"; "Inside the new climate assault on the oil majors". --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/robert-mclean/message
Climate New: "We won't win" - Nathan Thanki; Hannah Vardi, special guest at Beneath the Wisteria talks about the 'duty of care'
20:43Nathan Thanki (pictured) from the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty was one of three guests at the recent online event organized by the War on Want entitled: "COP28 and the fight for climate justice". "‘The antidote to despair is action’: Lesley Hughes on motivation through a climate crisis"; "The Wararack is a coalition formed to regenerate Mount Alexander Shire"; "Join us at Beneath the Wisteria to hear Hannah Vardy talk about the Australian Federal Government's need to address the duty of care"; "Net Zero Plan for Agriculture and Land"; "COP-out: Why the petrostate-hosted climate talkfest will fail on key emissions-reduction task"; "Carbon-capturing algae pilot set for British train station"; "Cop28 host UAE has world’s biggest climate-busting oil plans, data indicates"; "Newsroom edition: how inequality exacerbates the climate crisis – Full Story podcast"; "In September we went past 1.5 degrees. In November, we tipped over 2 degrees for the first time. What’s going on?"; "Why the shipping industry’s increased climate ambition spells the end for its fossil fuel use"; "Sails and satellite navigation could cut shipping industry’s emissions by up to a third"; "For developing world to quit coal, rich countries must eliminate oil and gas faster – new study"; "Fossil fuel industry sees the future in hard-to-recycle plastic"; "COP27 flinched on phasing out ‘all fossil fuels’. What’s next for the fight to keep them in the ground?"; "‘Hope has to be a strategy’: the scientist who refused to let the climate warmongers win"; "Greens could sink Labor’s gas industry scheme over concerns it supports fossil fuel expansion"; "Perth bushfire: ten homes destroyed as residents in northern suburbs forced to flee"; "Australians driving less to dodge soaring fuel prices, Climate Council poll shows"; "Queensland’s wet tropics see 25% rise in threatened species in three years as climate change bites"; "NSW announces contracts for six batteries to supply 1GW of energy by 2025"; "Green energy target shake-up on the cards, as Albanese government seeks review on ambitious goals, insiders reveal"; "Chris Bowen’s renewable bid to keep the lights on"; "Albanese government to rapidly expand investment scheme for clean energy projects"; "Coal from Newcastle. The port blockade that aims to stop it."; "NSW Forestry Corporation is losing money, risking the environment, yet logging continues"; "Redacted. Gas lobby in lock-step with Government on “secret” gas reservation options"; "Clean Energy Jobs, and Unionization, Are Moving Into the South"; "Bison Get the Ken Burns Treatment in "The American Buffalo""; "Here’s how many fossil fuel lobbyists have attended U.N. climate talks"; "COP-out: Why the petrostate-hosted climate talkfest will fail"; "Fast-moving bushfire threatens homes in Perth’s north"; "In Illinois, young, conservation-minded farmers race against climate change to save their soil"; "Many cyclists want to keep biking even in winter, advocate says"; "China Auto Industry Leverages Modular Production to Become EV Powerhouse"; "Deploying Capital to Decarbonise Household Electrification""; "Of course working-class people care about the climate crisis: they emit the least, but will suffer most"; "Climate change hits women’s health harder. Activists want leaders to address it at COP28"; "Encroaching wildfires prompt North Carolina and Tennessee campgrounds to evacuate"; "‘Extremely worrying’: Argentinian researchers reel after election of anti-science president"; "The jet set: 200 celebrities’ aircraft have flown for combined total of 11 years since 2022"; "How to find joy in climate action"; "Ecuador Will Keep Some Oil in the Ground"; "What’s Going On in This Graph? | Electric Cars"; "Clean Energy’s Powerful Momentum"; "Fossil Fuels Aren’t Going Anywhere"; "The Toll of Climate Disasters Is Rising. But a U.S. Report Has Good News, Too."; "Heat Records Are Broken Around the Globe as Earth Warms, Fast"; --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/robert-mclean/message
Interview: Alexa Stuart talks about the "people's blockade" in Newcastle
14:27Alexa Stuart (pictured) is an organizer with the Newcastle-based "Rising Tide" and so is presently busy beyond belief setting up the "people's blockade" - an act of civil disobedience in which the group and its supporters plan to disrupt (stop) the arrival and departure of coal ships from the Newcastle harbour, the largest coal port in the world, for 30 hours. What's happening in Newcastle has been somewhat ignored by the mainstream media, but Michael West Media carried the story: "Coal from Newcastle. The port blockade that aims to stop it." written by Wendy Bacon. Check out the program of busy events on the Rising Tide website - it will be a rather frantic few days with the aim of illustrating to the Australian Government that it needs a change of attitude with regard to fossil fuel resources, especially coal. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/robert-mclean/message
Online event: We are standing at crossroads in the history of humanity - Asad Rehman, executive director, War on Want
1:02:15The executive director of the War on Want, Asad Rehman (pictured), hosted an online event -"COP28 and the fight for climate justice". Asad's three guests were impressive, but his summing up of the climate crisis, what we need to do and how we should behave is worth a listen. He's a thoughtful man. One of the guests discussed the UK's "Climate Justice Coalition", encouraging people to do what they could to support its activities. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/robert-mclean/message
Climate News: 2050 targets are just too late - Graeme Pearman; How to talk about climate change - Dr Katherine Hayhoe; Billionaires are out of touch - Rebecca Solnit
23:08Listen as a retired Australian climate scientist, Graeme Pearman (pictured) , wonders about where he went wrong - "‘Where did I go wrong?’ The scientist who tried to raise the climate alarm"; "How to Talk About Climate Change at Thanksgiving Dinner"; "Billionaires are out of touch and much too powerful. The planet is in trouble"; "Richest 1% account for more carbon emissions than poorest 66%, report says"; "Uber driver switches to EV, saves money"; "The climate scientists who saw the crisis coming – Weight of the world podcast, part 1"; "The right is babbling about tax cuts while Britain burns. Pay no heed, Jeremy Hunt"; "C4C / ACF MNxNW Campaigns meeting"; "‘Climate Change Is Here’: Every Part of the U.S. Will Suffer Climate-Related Disasters, Report Finds"; "World facing ‘hellish’ 3C of climate heating, UN warns before Cop28"; "A fading coal town hitches its hopes to Bill Gates’s clean-energy dream"; "Concern for the Great Barrier Reef can inspire climate action - but the way we talk about it matters"; "Denial is over. Climate change is happening. But why do we still act like it’s not?"; "The World Solved Acid Rain. We Can Also Solve Climate Change"; "North East Forest Alliance laments Land and Environment Court loss, says koalas will suffer"; "Global one-day temperature spikes above 2C for first time: EU monitor"; "Frustration as latest talks on global plastic treaty close"; "WA climate activist to appeal against conviction for denying police access to mobile and laptop"; "On tides of climate change, adaptability buoys hope"; "‘People have mortgages for houses that don’t exist’: a year on from Eugowra’s flood"; "‘Enough is enough’: former Coalition environment minister joins push for a national ban on native forest logging"; "We can still prevent the collapse of the West Antarctic ice sheet – if we act fast to keep future warming in check"; "How Can Cities Fight Climate Change and Still Stay Within Legal Guardrails?"; "In a U.S. First, a Commercial Plant Starts Pulling Carbon From the Air"; "World's richest 1% emit as much carbon as bottom two-thirds: report"; "How Electricity Is Changing Around the World"; "What Happens When You Put a Fossil Fuel Exec in Charge of Solving Climate Change"; "‘A Beautiful Place That Has a Dragon’: Where Hurricane Risk Meets Booming Growth"; "What Happens When the Super Rich Are This Selfish? (It Isn’t Pretty.)"; "Paddy the green turtle spends winter in South Australian waters, defying 'natural history books'"; "Firefly season begins in NSW as bioluminescent beetles take flight in mating display"; "Learning How Trees Can Help Unlock Secrets of Our Climate Future"; "In Massive Project, Scientists to Probe Deposits Beneath West Antarctic Ice Sheet"; "Fire is consuming more than ever of the world’s forests, threatening supplies of wood and paper"; "The Lego-like way to get CO2 out of the atmosphere". --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/robert-mclean/message
Climate News: From a 12-year-old, Nirvana is now a climate strike leader; Earth passes, momentarily, a global warming milestone; Climate change and the threat of booze and drugs
14:05Nirvana Talukder (pictured) was just 12 years old when she first went to the streets to protest about the climate crisis - now she's a leader: "Ditching school to save the planet"; "Earth passed a feared global warming milestone Friday, at least briefly"; "Research shows subsidies and discounts for two-wheeled EVs can drive active transport"; "French green energy giant Neoen gifts Worlds End Gorge as new SA national park, in Goyder renewable project trade-off"; "Union calls for a united push to get behind WA’s energy transition"; "More than Half of World’s Largest Companies’ Net Zero Pledges Are False Promises, Study Finds"; "WA government fails to back up premier’s claim expanding gas industry will be good for planet"; "The world’s 280 million electric bikes and mopeds are cutting demand for oil far more than electric cars"; "Plants are likely to absorb more CO₂ in a changing climate than we thought – here’s why"; "5 reasons why climate change may see more of us turn to alcohol and other drugs"; "Floods, droughts and panic attacks: Climate change is taking its toll on Europe's farmers"; "I’m a Climate Scientist. I’m Not Screaming Into the Void Anymore."; "Hume Regional Climate Change Adaptation Strategy"; "Microgrids Can Bolster Creaky Electricity Systems, But Most States Do Little to Encourage Their Development"; "Report Charts Climate Change’s Growing Impact in the US, While Stressing Benefits of Action"; "New Research Makes it Harder to Kick The Climate Can Down the Road from COP28"; "Is China Emitting a Climate Super Pollutant in Violation of an International Environmental Agreement?"; "Corruption and Rights Abuses Are Flourishing in Lithium Mining Across Africa, a New Report Finds"; "Environmental Justice a Key Theme Throughout Biden’s National Climate Assessment"; "Ancient warning of a rising sea"; "When will Europe’s ski resorts open? Heavy snow could mean an early start to the season"; "Here’s how a TV series inspired the KeepCup revolution. What’s next in the war on waste?"; "The Reappearing Forests of West Bengal"; "Social cohesion lowest on record as Australia reels from cost of living, inequality concerns and voice debate"; "Conflict pollution, washed-up landmines and military emissions – here’s how war trashes the environment"; "Rāhui and the Ancient Art of Marine Conservation"; "Gov. Justice: President Biden must tap into West Virginia’s rich natural resources to make America energy independent again"; "UK to loosen post-Brexit chemical regulations further"; "Restoring ecosystems to boost biodiversity is an urgent priority – our ‘Eco-index’ can guide the way"; "How Joe Manchin Aided Coal, and Earned Millions"; "The Toll of Climate Disasters Is Rising. But a U.S. Report Has Good News, Too."; "Exxon Mobil Plans to Produce Lithium in Arkansas"; "France’s poorest island is parched because of drought and underinvestment"; "The world is ‘woefully off track’ on dozens of climate goals, scientists find"; "Native American tribes fight US over a proposed $10B renewable energy transmission line"; "What to know about today’s three big climate reports"; "Learning How Trees Can Help Unlock Secrets of Our Climate Future"; "Sustainable Australia Fund"; "Energy Efficiency Council"; "The humble trash truck is ready for an all-electric upgrade"; "How climate change risks impact people with disabilities"; "Amsterdam marchers demand climate action as Dutch election nears"; "Two Studies on Greenland Reveal Ominous Signs for Sea Level Rise"; "U.S. Bets on Small Nuclear Reactors to Help Fix a Huge Climate Problem"; "Make it law: young Australians want healthy environment"; "Pollution could be turning Great Barrier Reef's green sea turtles female, study suggests"; "Scientists studying Antarctic Circumpolar Current to take closer look at 'heat flux gates --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/robert-mclean/message
Climate News: Bill McKibben alarmed by U.S. LPG plans; The kids are back protesting on our streets; When two wheels are better than four
31:19Bill McKibben, probably the world's pre-eminent climate activist, was a recent guest on a Canary Media webinar: "How LNG exports threaten our clean energy future"; "After-school meetings, recycled signs: School climate strike returns to Melbourne"; "Horse Trading: Senate stoush less about Penny Wong’s Sea Dumping bill than Matt Canavan’s renewables inquiry"; "Saudi Arabia is building a futuristic ski resort in the middle of the desert"; "Kicking the can down the road: Australia risks missing climate transition opportunities"; "When two wheels are better than four: a buyer’s guide to ebikes"; "In a breakthrough, U.S. and China agree to restart climate talks"; "CSIRO accused of allowing BP to vet research on catastrophic oil spill"; "Brand Watch: Instead of marking their own homework on climate action, could COP28 bring companies to book?"; "Biden administration releases ‘gold standard’ climate report which Trump tried to thwart"; "What Radioactive Fallout Tells Us about Our Nuclear Future"; "Cop28 host UAE breaking its own ban on routine gas flaring, data shows"; "As a student, I’m striking for climate action. If you’re worried or angry about the climate crisis, join us"; "From China’s emissions to Australia’s offshore windfarms, things are moving on climate – some even in the right direction"; "Over 100,000 people lose power as Florida battered by flash flooding and high winds"; "Biden administration releases ‘gold standard’ climate report which Trump tried to thwart"; "Wind power boosts his family’s business, Kansas rancher says"; "Chart: US EV sales are having a record-setting year"; "Last month was by far the world’s hottest October on record"; "Record heat disproportionately hurts communities of color. Unprecedented climate justice federal funding could help"; "Want to live in a walkable, bikeable city? Follow these tips."; "Saudi Arabia is building a futuristic ski resort in the middle of the desert"; "Five years on, the world is failing to learn the gilets jaunes’ lesson about class and climate"; "As school students strike for climate once more, here’s how the movement and its tactics have changed"; "5 things we need to see in Australia’s new nature laws"; "‘The science is irrefutable’: US warming faster than global average, says report"; "EU agrees law to curb methane emissions from fossil fuel industry"; "Australia to offer residency to Tuvalu citizens displaced by climate change"; "Solar worker helps other women get started in the industry"; "Kicking the can down the road: Australia risks missing climate transition opportunities"; "The ‘new tobacco’: Calls for ad ban as influencers spruik fossil fuel"; "He won a Nobel Prize. Then he started denying climate change."'; "Analysis: China’s emissions set to fall in 2024 after record growth in clean energy"; "Germany Backs Siemens Energy in $16 Billion Rescue Package for Green Projects"; "Los Angeles Will Offer More Energy Incentives to Low-Income Residents"; "The Latest Data Confirms: Forest Fires Are Getting Worse"; "Copernicus: October 2023 - Exceptional temperature anomalies; 2023 virtually certain to be warmest year on record"; "Nations made bold climate pledges. They aren’t close to meeting them."; "Earth is taking a pounding from bigger ocean waves. Why this matters."; "Australians who’ve sworn off flying: ‘If you get on a plane, you’ve undone a year’s worth of good’"; "Wind and solar energy are booming in surprising places"; "An invisible killer"; "Storms, heat, fire danger: States’ dangerous forecast"; "Australia at heightened risk of blackouts this summer with 'extreme' demand for power pushing grid to the brink"; "State of climate action 2023 - report"; "Court stalls Santos pipeline amid gas project dispute"; "The ‘sick note’ to get kids out of school for the climate strikes"; "What to know about today’s three big climate reports"; "The BP Papers: CSIRO accused of helping oil major BP p --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/robert-mclean/message