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Eric Holthaus
Meteorologist | Staff writer | Fellow | he, they | | dad, ecosocialist 🌱🌻🌹🌎❤️ | opinions=mine
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Eric Holthaus 3h
so honored by this, thank you!
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Eric Holthaus 3h
It's sure as hell going to be a whole lot easier devoting our lives to building up a new global compact between humanity and the Earth that centers around justice for everyone if we don't owe hundreds of dollars a month in student loan debt
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Eric Holthaus 6h
This thread ♥️
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Eric Holthaus 9h
Replying to @TricksyRaccoon
❤️💔❤️
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Greta Thunberg 10h
Happy ! This is what’s needed to stay below 1,5°C of warming. Note that this doesn’t include the aspect of equity, feedback loops or additional warming hidden by toxic air pollution. Sorry to bother but it’s time to act.
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Rhiana Gunn-Wright 10h
Replying to @rgunns
so this earth day – my first real earth day – is about people for me. earth is my niece who crawled in the grass for the first time this weekend, a month before she turns one while i sprinkled her with dry blades so she would smile. 8/
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Dr. Sarah Myhre 😻 10h
Replying to @SarahEMyhre
What we need is a paradigm shift - from living *on* this planet to living *with* this planet. And *with* one another. Every act of decency, love, justice, and compassion is also a climate solution, because it contributes to making this planet more peaceful and interconnected.
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isra hirsi 13h
happy ! today’s a great day to remember that people of color, especially indigenous peoples, have been fighting for our climate for decades 🌎💚
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syd🌹🌱 Apr 20
Replying to @SydneyAzari
We need better stories -stories that reflect what is needed. Stories that we tell together to mend the fractures between each other and our world. Most importantly, we need to create a world where these stories- and all of us- belongs.
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Alexandria Villaseñor 13h
Happy Today I'm announcing my new nonprofit ! is where youth from around the world will: EDUCATE ➡️ ORGANIZE ➡️ ALLY ➡️ and take together! Join the uprising. Follow us and find out more at !
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Dr. Katherine Crocker 15h
Replying to @cricketcrocker
The land. Was healthy. For millennia. With. More than. 500. Independent. Nations. Living. Here. What. Do. We. Have. To. Say. To. Get. You. To. Stop. Ruining. Everything. For. Serious. Just. Stop.
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Dr. Katherine Crocker 15h
This remind yourself that white supremacist thought is the driving force of climate change. European imperialism is burning us all alive.
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young radish 13h
ecosocialism or extinction 🌱
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Eric Holthaus 14h
On Earth Day, re-upping probably the most important thing I've written in the past year: Climate change isn't about science, it's about justice. The Green New Deal is America's chance to get right with the world.
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Eric Holthaus 14h
Especially thankful today for . 2018 had the highest CO2 emissions in human history. It's about time the environmental movement deeply listens and centers the work of women of color, because the past 50+ years of white-led activism sure as hell isn't working.
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Eric Holthaus 14h
Happy Earth Day, the once-a-year moment we contemplate our place in the interconnected web of life that's currently collapsing because we ignore that fact the other 364 days of the year. A better world is possible, and we are alive at just the right moment to be revolutionary.
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Varshini Prakash 🌅 14h
On Earth Day in 2019 let’s remember this image of Earth Day in 1970. 20 million marched the streets, calling for clean air & water as part of a revolution that would pass the most sweeping env. legislation this country had ever seen. Remember the true legacy of this day.
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David Wallace-Wells 14h
Happy Earth Day, when newspapers and magazines plant their once-a-year coverage of the overwhelming story of our time, television news adds a couple-minute segment about this existential threat, and those who see the scale of the challenge are asked to emphasize “solutions.”
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Emily Atkin 14h
Happy . Today, we at are launching a series of first-person stories told by regular folks who deal with the effects of climate change every day. The first is Mike Rossman's story, as told to me.
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Eric Holthaus Apr 21
Replying to @Auptimist
I'd say think more about cargo. I was shocked at how much intercity transportation is completely dominated by cargo when I was researching for this post: Esp if the goal is to make the surface level entirely pedestrian only.
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