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Daisy
👁💚🌴 Communications officer working against market driven deforestation and part time Climate change MSc student
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Daisy 4h
hello! Do you know of any spots in Trento - Italy? Thanks
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Greenpeace UK Feb 16
"This whole strategy is a flight of fancy. Carbon offsetting is simply an excuse to carry on with business as usual while shifting the responsibility to cut emissions to someone else, somewhere else, and some other time." -
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Forest 500 Feb 13
Half of top businesses lack commitment to prevent supply-chain deforestation - Read all about our new report in here:
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Greenpeace UK Feb 15
Wishing you a whaley great day this 🐋🐋🐋 Did you know whales are climate heroes? 🤔 WATCH and find out how:
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 Feb 14
Today, young people are on again to demand climate action and a safe future. Young filmmakers Mark & Nathan have a message for decision-makers: it's , and take the climate crisis seriously. 🌏💚
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Mike Barry Feb 12
Simply unacceptable - shows that as forests burn, 242 of the world's largest companies have yet to make a public commitment to protect them
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Forest 500 Feb 12
Even with the world’s largest rainforest as its namesake, has no public commitment to end deforestation in its operations. Find out which other companies are getting it wrong on deforestation in the latest report:
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NYDF Global Platform Feb 12
Read the latest report on the most influential companies and financial institutions in forest-risk supply chains. Very useful data for assessing progress on of the NYDF.
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Corporate Citizenship Feb 12
According to half of the world largest businesses haven’t pledged to end supply chain deforestation. Read more news below:
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Forest 500 Feb 12
40% of the most influential companies assessed in forest-risk supply chains still do not have any deforestation commitments. Read our latest assessment on the 500 most influential companies & financial institutions in the annual report:
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Svein T veitdal Feb 12
Companies‘complicit in tropical forest destruction caused by everyday products’ Shoppers are buying everyday goods by top-name brands ranging from Amazon to Versace without realising they may be linked to destruction of tropical forests, a report claims.
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Environment Crusader Feb 11
New post (Global brands ignoring deforestation) has been published on -
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RENNA Feb 12
Global brands ignoring deforestation
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Daisy Feb 12
Firms from Amazon to Spar ‘ignoring forest destruction caused by everyday products’ - read all about our new report here: via and
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Daisy Feb 12
Read our new report - the companies getting it wrong on deforestation, our today!
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Forest 500 Feb 11
Who are the companies getting it wrong on deforestation? Find out in our new report launching tomorrow
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TRF Climate Jan 30
The money you're saving up for retirement may be damaging the planet. Here's why.
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Daisy Jan 28
I would really enjoy if & collaborated once more for another W1A/Twentytwelve series but for in Glasgow. I really do think that absolutely yes.
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Carbon Brief Jan 21
Analysis: How well have climate models projected global warming? |
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Greta Thunberg Jan 10
“We don’t want these things done by 2050, 2030 or even 2021, we want this done now – as in right now.” It’s a new decade, from now on every day will be crucial. I write with 20 other young activists. These are our demands for the :
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