Environment Matters

By Martin Jamieson

Environment Matters : Issue the First !



Environment Matters : Issue the First !
By Martin Jamieson • Issue #1 • View online
Hi this is Martin from Enviro Matters on Twitter, I thought it may be interesting to provide a digest of links to what I have been reading in the last week via Twitter & elsewhere.
A few topics to cover, but mainly looking at biodiversity, conservation, ecology, the roll out of renewables + energy transition. Luckily, I have a supporting cast of collaborators who will also be writing up on relevant topics in the coming weeks.
I plan to publish this, with my bookmarked articles twice a week on Thursday & Sunday evenings, if you like what you see, please share onwards.
If you have any thoughts or comments, kindly fill your boots & DM on Twitter or drop a mail to enviro.matters (at) protonmail.com

Agent Green success: Romanian High Court stops logging of protected old growth forests - SaveParadiseForests
The Arctic is burning in a whole new way
How Coal-Loving Australia Became the Leader in Rooftop Solar - The New York Times
Climate explained: methane is short-lived in the atmosphere but leaves long-term damage
Nature-Based Solutions Can Help Rebuild Economies After COVID-19 | The Pew Charitable Trusts
‘Best of the last’ tropical forests urgently need protection - joint study by UNDP, NASA and WCS | UNDP
Open-ocean fish farm proposed off San Diego coast could be first in federal waters - Los Angeles Times
Battery Storage Plus Renewable in China: the Inevitable Fate? - Energy Iceberg
Estonia’s ‘holy forests’ threatened by demand for biofuels
The Amazon is burning: No to EU-MERCOSUR trade deal!
Still banking on fossil fuels - Energy Monitor
The Poisoned Loch
Europe’s Dirtiest Coal Plant Owner PGE Told to Talk to ClientEarth on Belchatow - Bloomberg
American fires.. Record-breaking wildfires are burning… | by Camellia Williams | Vizzuality Blog | Sep, 2020 | Medium
The dirty tricks climate scientists face - The Mail & Guardian
Unpopular Narrabri gas project will destroy environment and climate
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