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Bittu Sahgal
Editor Working to save wilderness habitats, fight climate change and protect the next generation from ours.
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Bittu Sahgal 2h
The onus of peace is on Homo sapiens, Panthera tigris.
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Natural Resources Committee 19h
“High-level political attention on the environment has been focused largely on climate change because energy policy is central to economic growth. But biodiversity is just as important for the future of earth as .” Sir Robert Watson,
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Navdanya May 21
We will shape the future of food and nutrition through biodiversity in our hands and in our minds. We will take back our seeds, and we will take back our food.
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IPBES 17h
Healthy is the essential infrastructure that supports all life on Earth, including human life. It also provides nature-based solutions for challenges such as , sustainable development, water, health, & food security. —
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Prannoy Roy 20h
In 2014 during the 24 hours on Results day guess how many hits for ? Answer: had 13.5 billion hits in 2014. Absolutely unprecedented. And many times more than any other website. What will hits be in 2019? T3
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Navdanya 22h
creates health resilience from healthy soils to healthy plants & healthy people. Biodiversity creates ecological resilience of .
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Bill McKibben 20h
Many thanks to who has been working conscientiously on climate communication for decades now
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Harvey Locke 19h
Birthday boy (60th) selfie, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, UK
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Navdanya International 20h
The place to begin sowing the seeds of is Food, a . Only a and our work in harmony with it give us the option of removing the past damage, by nourishing the soil, by conserving
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Erik Solheim 20h
40% of insects are under risk of extermination. This is what would happen if insects died out. Enormous consequences for humans and for life on earth. We desperately need a new deal for nature!
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Rohan Chakravarty 21h
plans to formally recognize at the in this week. conservationists from around the world oppose this decision, which could prove catastrophic for wildlife. Come on, , go do some homework!
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr 18h
"What we decide to do collectively as a species politically, globally, over the next decade is going to determine the future of the next generations in terms of the habitability of the planet and what sort of environment they live in."
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Harvey Locke 18h
Today is an important day and not because it's my birthday! It's the . Biodiversity is the basis for the health and well-being of all people on this planet. We must celebrate and cherish nature, today and every day, and work to protect it.
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Erik Solheim 18h
Here are three innovative programs in Europe to rescue nature. Critical for people and planet we save the 🐝 bees!
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Ashish Fernandes 20h
"India's approach to climate change remains limited to image management - we have yet to seriously put our weight behind global efforts to address it, or build domestic ability to protect citizens from the worst effects." Important piece by
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Harvey Locke 19h
25% of is now protected for ecological conservation. It is a big deal. We need this kind of ambition and more. Read more here about how it happened:
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Mark Tercek 21h
Investors – it’s time to ask CEOs and CSOs tough questions about their public support for climate action. Are they disclosing business risks related to climate change? Are they members of industry groups that oppose effective climate change policies?
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Ashish Fernandes 20h
Well said - inaction on fossil fuel divestment is now an active choice to profit from the destruction of the planet.
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Ashish Fernandes May 21
This is really alarming - and exposes the limitations of conservation models focused exclusively on Protected Areas, excluding or even undermining wider climate issues. Caring about wildlife must mean joining the fight against climate change.
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Bittu Sahgal 22h
You are both brave and indispensable Prerna. Stay strong. You are deeply loved.
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