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10:10 Climate Action 54m
What one thing a city or state could do to cut emissions significantly, fast?
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10:10 Climate Action 2h
Sony just moved its 100% renewable goal forward by a decade. Time for all of us to speed up.
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The Restart Project 5h
Nearing 150 events for tomorrow's International . Denmark, Italy, Mexico, Norway, Spain and South Africa added. 🇩🇰🇮🇹🇲🇽🇳🇴🇪🇸🇿🇦 but anyone can celebrate anywhere
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10:10 Climate Action 5h
"Every ton of carbon kept out of the atmosphere improves our collective chances, so if we shoot for the moon and miss, we may yet land among the stars."
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10:10 Climate Action 19h
Historic moment. coal mining applications are set to be rejected as a matter of policy for the first time in Wales.
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10:10 Climate Action 21h
US emissions fell 2.7% in 2017 as coal plants shut. Looks like Trump isn't, so far, managing to bring back coal as fast as he wanted to...
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10:10 Climate Action Oct 18
Community owned renewable energy is the future. Great to see projects like this gaining momentum
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10:10 Climate Action Oct 18
Is onshore wind back on? We hope so. Thanks to everyone involved in our Blown Away campaign. We've still got a way to go yet, but together, we're really getting somewhere.
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10:10 Climate Action Oct 18
Government adviser Lord Deben: the demand for action on climate change is “rampant and clear”. We quite agree!
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10:10 Climate Action Oct 17
Interesting listen: Radio Four takes a trip around the North East of England, and asks why, when the offshore wind industry has grown, other cheap, renewable energies like onshore wind and solar are struggling to survive?
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10:10 Climate Action Oct 17
The jobs of the future? They are already here
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Chloé Farand Oct 17
Breaking: The prison sentence of the three anti-fracking protesters has been quashed in an appeal case. The judges concluded that the sentence was "manifestly excessive".
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10:10 Climate Action Oct 17
Could chip fat help dirty shipping clean up its act? (or can ships just move away from burning fuels of any kind?)
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Jillian Ambrose Oct 16
British carbon footprint shrinks to smallest since 1859 via and with data from
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10:10 Climate Action Oct 17
Want to do something for Green Great Britain week? Why not take a few minutes to write to your MP?
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10:10 Climate Action Oct 16
Right now wind is producing 20% of UK electricity -
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10:10 Climate Action Oct 16
The Isle of Wight looks set to be the latest place to benefit from renewable energy jobs!
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10:10 Climate Action Oct 16
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10:10 Climate Action Oct 15
Right now wind is producing 20% of UK electricity -
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10:10 Climate Action Oct 15
Denmark is looking to ban fossil fuel cars in 2030!
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