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☠Red Pill☠ClimateTRUTH🌹Mark Cranfield🌊fbr Nov 26
We're going to hit 1.5C around 2030 *regardless of scenario* If reflective aerosols are reduced quicker than expected this date is brought forward.
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Daisy Nov 26
Replying to @CarbonBrief @UNEP and 2 others
Can anyone shed light on what this means for people <1m above sea level? Surely this will require either mass migration of 146M people (largest migration ever was ~20M during India partition) or billions/ trillions $ to use tech to elevate land? What are the viable options?
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Jens Krabbe Nov 26
Trying to build us out of this will just worsen the climate as concrete is one of the big carbon polluters. 😟
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💧🌿✈️Tim Kelly Nov 26
Reminds me of the final scene of the movie 'On the Beach' 1959.
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Terry Hembry Nov 26
Replying to @CarbonBrief @UNEP and 2 others
It's not the carbon that is the problem. It's the salt being removed and the ocean warming!
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GreenFuture Nov 27
Doesn’t look very scientific to end each sentence with an exclamation mark 😂
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James Wight Nov 26
Maybe an impending recession will (accidentally) correct the course? 🙏
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Peter Löck | Mobilitätsberatung Nov 27
Time is running out...
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Jutta Rabenschlag 🌎💚🌡 Nov 26
I heard about this. Can one of you please explain in layman terms, why we have more co2 budget?
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