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Doctors for the Environment Australia
Non-profit organisation dedicated to improving the environment for human health.
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Doctors for the Environment Australia 11h
Obligation to the world’s in the . Have you signed the pledge? ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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💧Carly Woodstock 15h
BREAKING: On behalf of Concerned Health Professionals NY and ⁦⁩ Introducing the 6th edition of the fracking science Compendium. This report is available to all.
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Doctors for the Environment Australia 11h
This gross injustice can and must be averted. Address the .
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Doctors for the Environment Australia Jun 19
C'mon Australia- with such plentiful sun, wind and wave, we too must have a plan to ditch . "Eight EU countries to phase out coal by 2030"
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Anne Daw Jun 19
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Doctors for the Environment Australia Jun 19
Our submission on ’s Winchester South Coal Project in calls for a full Environmental Impact Assessment using independent experts to ensure .
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Bill McKibben Jun 18
184 now dead in Bihar's heatwave, which is about to set a record for the longest in Indian history. Iron law of climate change: the less you did to cause it, the faster you suffer
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K. D. Winkel Jun 18
Did you know this ? In Victoria ! Good policy for planetary and human health - well done Victoria !
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Melissa Sweet Jun 18
Scientists shocked by Arctic permafrost thawing 70 years sooner than predicted
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Eric Holthaus Jun 17
Nine months ago, California became the first large economy in the world to commit to a net zero carbon goal. Today, New York joined them. Later this week the EUROPEAN UNION — an economy as large as the entire USA — could join too. Folks, it's happening.
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Healthy Futures Jun 17
Heat kills. Continued investment in drives temperature rises, putting life and health at risk. Demand health industry super funds like and First State Super from .
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Doctors for the Environment Australia Jun 16
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Doctors for the Environment Australia Jun 16
Emergency services are already preparing for the 'catastrophic' effect of increasing on Queensland. How then can we morally green light ? via
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Doctors for the Environment Australia Jun 16
They're making us sick too! 'Victoria's -fired power plants the least reliable in the country'
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Doctors for the Environment Australia Jun 16
Yes, it's a hard one for parents to explain this . Mind, adults also struggle to understand it given the harsh realities of the staring at us every day & the from
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jacquiboyle Jun 15
A bipartisan approach to climate change, 18 days without coal fired energy .....”A disorienting sight to an Australian: How the UK got on with the climate change challenge”
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Doctors for the Environment Australia Jun 16
Evidence of the is everywhere. Proponents of can cover their eyes and ears but the truth has a habit of winning.
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Doctors for the Environment Australia Jun 14
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Kane Thornton Jun 14
Swung past one of the dozens of wind farms currently under construction in rural Australia, creating thousands of jobs & soon to be powering the country. Happy
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Doctors for the Environment Australia Jun 14
The mine doesn’t stack up any way you look at it, writes DEA’s David King. It’s especially toxic to our and the .
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