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Hi Pod, A quick pause in your usual programming to ask you to spare a few minutes to fill in a quick survey about Baleen to help me make sure I can make the newsletter as relevant and useful as possible…

27 Sep 2021 • < 1 min read
Baleen by Melissa Hobson
Top ten ways to help bats!

Let the moon be your outdoor lighting! Bats do so much for us, eating pesky bugs, protecting our crops, and pollinating important plants! The least we can do is not mess things up for them, right? We researched…

22 Oct 2021 • 2 min read
Frog Trouble Times by Belle Boggs & Beatrice Allen
Let's Get Meta

Be a Hero! Support Changemakers! Today, I want to talk a bit about Superpowers for Good. Substack is new to me and I’m excited to create a newsletter and podcast that you look forward to receiving and…

22 Oct 2021 • < 1 min read
Superpowers for Good by Devin Thorpe
Just before COP26, a handful of new US reports all warn about the security risks of the climate crisis.

Photo by Tapio Haaja on Unsplash The intensifying effects of climate change will worsen geopolitical tensions; key countries and regions will face increasing risks of instability and need for humanitarian…

22 Oct 2021 • 5 min read
The Planet by Alexander Verbeek 🌍
Featured Publication
Rep. Ro Khanna on next week’s “historic” Big Oil hearing

Emily Sanders is the Center for Climate Integrity’s editorial lead. Catch up with her on Twitter here. Next week, Big Oil’s Slippery Six — a.k.a. the CEOs of ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell, BP America, the…

20 Oct 2021 • 4 min read
The Turnstone: talking about vaccines #11

Welcome to The Turnstone: talking about vaccines. Here, I share resources to help you have kind and non-judgemental conversations with people who are uncertain about, or opposed to, vaccination. As more…

20 Oct 2021 • 1 min read
The Turnstone by Melanie Newfield
Meta-messages and the Internet, Part 2

Last week’s post, Meta-messages and the Internet, Part 1, was about how the incentives of the pre-internet media ecosystem led to the production of centrist, broad-appeal content. This style of content…

19 Oct 2021 • 5 min read
Destabilized by Ethan Fletcher
Bringing new energy to battery industry reporting

If you enjoy this newsletter please give us a share and subscribe! For enquiries, please reach out! Subscribe now We take a break from our usual newsletters and sat down with the Mewburn Ellis team. Mewburn…

19 Oct 2021 • < 1 min read
Intercalation Station by Intercalation
If Democrats Really Cared About Climate Change They Would Have Gone Nuclear

In an extraordinary coincidence of timing, progressive climate activists discovered last weekend that West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin has ties to the coal industry at the very same moment that he made…

19 Oct 2021 • 6 min read
Michael Shellenberger by Michael Shellenberger
Stat Called Out for Conflicts of Interest Once Again, But Is Unlikely to Change

5 minute read Last week freelance journalist Timothy Schwab wrote a long thread about undisclosed conflicts of interest in a story co-reported by Stat and The Bureau of Investigative Journalism. Several…

19 Oct 2021 • 6 min read
The DisInformation Chronicle by The DisInformation Chronicle
Tech Sparks

Grid storage, great and small, is now the central game in energy transition. Because wind and solar are now faster, better, and cheaper than any other power source on the planet, their trajectory is headed…

18 Oct 2021 • < 1 min read
The Gregor Letter by Gregor Macdonald

Climate Change

THE BRIEF [Sep 20-26 ‘21]
27 Sep 2021 • 3 min read
The Weekly Climate by Michael Reibel Boesen
9/28 - Candidates and Careers in Climate
28 Sep 2021 • 2 min read
Innovate Climate - Careers by Daniel Kriozere