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Jamie
Mountains, nature, social justice, sustainability, economics, systems. Pathology with quality management interest. RTs not endorsements. Likes may be ironic.
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Bill McKibben 6h
Son of a gun, the British Medical Journal launches a campaign for fossil fuel divestment, also announces will no longer accept ads from fossil fuel companies or publish research they fund!!!
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Jamie 6h
Outwith the fix of Brexit policy, Labour are more clued in to reality, and ideas related to reality are more relevant.
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Douglas Beattie 6h
Interesting as ever from Maybe Corbyn was right and Labour ‘won the argument’ after all?
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Jamie 7h
Seems like "1990 new" is a nasty little virus that causes ARDS and death in a significant proportion of hospitalised patients, with a large bias towards men being admitted.
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Jamie 7h
. to divert all his company's investments to the UK!
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Jamie 11h
Replying to @Gilesyb @FT
What nominal GDP target is appropriate in a ?
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Jamie 11h
The problem is.... ...this is tarring a great many ex- supporters. May play well to the crowd but it will do nothing to bring those voters back.
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Wakelyns 12h
Great weekend of planting 500+ trees including fig peach apricot cherry apple quince pear sweet chestnut and oak in new tree lines thanks to 70 fantastic helpers including
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Jamie 11h
Wonderful!
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Jason Hickel Jan 25
Replying to @sapinker @Lagarde and 2 others
McAfee's claim has won praise from , , and silicon valley CEOs. He was at Davos with . These figures are lining up behind a claim that ecological economists have long rejected. Here's a review of relevant literature:
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Vanessa Nakate Jan 24
You didn't just erase a photo You erased a continent But I am stronger than ever
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Jamie Jan 25
Replying to @richardtill
Yup. A wonderful combination of the pepperyness of lung, deep iron of liver, oat meal and spices. Yum. Ever had sweetbreads?!
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Jamie Jan 25
Replying to @FionaJLincs
Giles Fraser is another. Particularly disappointing as he once seemed a radical acting as he did in St Paul's, my alma mater, but also because of his connection to Midgley a moral philosoher who I greatly admire and who would I believe be surprised as to his direction.
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Jamie Jan 25
Replying to @iainmartin1
It's anarchy next. Our political institutions and media have made themselves worthless. Prats who don't have a clue of the huge economic insult that is mitigated or not, and who push us in the opposite direction to sustaunability & survival.
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Eric Topol Jan 25
There's a lot of concern about tech giants getting access to your medical data. But not enough about the fact that as of July 2019, 168,679,321 Americans have had their health data breached. It used to be mostly via health insurers, but now health systems are the main culprit
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Jamie Jan 25
More that the BBC were a bit of an anchor, against the current. Now that the anchor is slipping with the current (the BBC at the post truth business) the whole boat has now shifted and will continue to do so.
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Ann Pettifor Jan 25
“Most people in the real world don’t know what we do & that’s fine”- Sir Robert Stheeman head of govts Debt Management Office.” Given Sir Robert borrowed £2 trillion on behalf of UK taxpayers that’s not just fine.
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Steve Peers Jan 25
Replying to @Frances_Coppola
I'm reminded of Fraser's nasty piece from a year ago, to which I replied here:
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Jamie Jan 25
Replying to @EmmaBurnell_
Nutter!
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Jamie Jan 25
"Celebrating" seems to be rather a projected description!
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