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Ben
Sustainability Professional. MS Environmental Policy & Sustainability Management from . alumni *Views are my own*
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A Market-Driven Green New Deal? We’d Be Unstoppable
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NYT Climate 24h
New York is about to pass a "very aggressive" climate plan that would force thousands of large buildings, like the Empire State Building and Trump Tower, to sharply reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
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NewSchoolTEDC Apr 17
. spoke with about the creating at the local level and the recent report the Tishman Center released
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Trish Kahle Apr 17
When I see visualizations like this, I'm reminded that and go hand in hand. The Green New Deal debates are a great example of how the way we remember the past matters.
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Greenovate Boston Apr 17
The can meet its climate goals when we . Nominate leaders for
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Apr 17
Climate change is here + we’ve got a deadline: 12 years left to cut emissions in half. A is our plan for a world and a future worth fighting for. How did we get here? What is at stake? And where are we going? Please watch & share widely ⬇️
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Ben Apr 13
In NYC this is an effective if not a little in your face way to raise the risks of climate change
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Ayanna Pressley Apr 12
My sister in service is on my heart tonight. The occupant of the is putting her, her family, her team & Muslim Americans across the country in jeopardy. It’s unconscionable and I’m furious
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Alex Press Apr 12
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Greenovate Boston Apr 11
Proud to see an investment of $400,000 in improving Boston's energy efficiency and preparing Boston ready the impacts of climate change.
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Ben Apr 11
So apparently I have had this account for 5 years now!
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Greenovate Boston Apr 10
By investing in Boston’s energy efficiency and getting Boston ready for the impacts of climate change, is investing in 's future.
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City of Boston Apr 10
Investing in the environment: we're investing to support a healthy environment, reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, and prepare for climate change. Learn more about the budget & how we're investing in you at
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Stefan Rahmstorf Dec 6
See how easily we could have solved the climate crisis if we had started in 2000! Only 4% reduction per year. Now we need 18% per year. You can thank climate deniers, lobby groups and cowardly politicians for this delay. From Global Carbon Project,
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Jedediah Purdy Apr 8
When returns Sunday, atmospheric carbon will be at about 412 ppm. When the show began in 2011, it was about 392 ppm. When the first series book appeared in 1996: about 360 ppm. When George R.R. Martin was born in 1948: about 312 ppm. Truly, a long summer is coming.
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Ben Apr 8
More than 20 African countries are planting a 8,000-km-long ‘Great Green Wall’
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Mark Z. Jacobson Apr 7
Useless claptrap One nuc takes 10-19 yrs from planning to operation, costs 4-5x & emits 9-37x CO2 as a new solar or onshore wind farm & has weapons, meltdown, waste & mining risk
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Ben Apr 5
Netflix’s sounds amazing and really important, but I don’t think I have the emotional capacity to watch it. I work in the environmental space and think about the impacts of climate change as a job, I don’t think I can be reminded of what we risk losing at home
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David Delic Apr 5
What it feels like watching OUR PLANET Show: Look at this amazing creature, and the amazing surroundings planet earth has made. Me: Omg it so beautiful. Show: It will be gone in 20 years if we don't do something. Me: Nooooooo
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