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Erik Solheim
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Erik Solheim 3h
Some politicians may prefer coal. The market and investors bet on solar. US is on the verge of a huge and historic solar boom. Interestingly this includes many solid Republican states.
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Erik Solheim 4h
Thanks, Afroz! Hope to ser you soon!
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Environment hero! Grandmother spent entire last year cleaning plastics of 52 English beaches: I want to protect our living planet for my children and grandchildren, she says.
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Shenzhen leads the world on green city transport. All buses are already electric. Soon all taxis will also be electric. If a Chinese city of 15 mill can do this, all other cities can also aim high!
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Heatwave killed a third of bat species in Australia. Spectacled flying foxes could not survive 42 degrees. Climate change is main threat to nature globally!
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Erik Solheim Jan 16
Alarming new study shows dramatic ice loss in Antarctica. Increased six fold since 1979. Sea level rise is major threat to many cities and coastal areas!
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Erik Solheim Jan 15
Yarabee solar farm waved through for construction in Australia. $1 billion project. Will have potential to power a city if 1 mill people. The renewable revolution is on!
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Erik Solheim Jan 15
Our prayers and thoughts goes to all our friends in Nairobi! ❤️
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Erik Solheim Jan 15
Replying to @TabiJoda1
Would be very happy to meet you if we are in the same place.
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Erik Solheim Jan 15
Would be good if you consider an English version. I will be happy to help market it.
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Erik Solheim Jan 15
Replying to @GAOSHAN_JUNJIAN
It’s truly impressive to see the progress on fighting pollution in China. A lot of credit goes to minister Li Ganjie who has spearheaded the efforts.
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Erik Solheim Jan 15
Heavy smog chokes the beautiful city of Bangkok. Thai authorities will deploy rainmaking. Will disperse chemicals into the air to aid cloud making. Time to also reduce traffic and industrial pollution, burning of agricultural waste?
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Erik Solheim Jan 14
49 elephants killed in rail accidents in India last three years. Rail and roads deaths is main threat to tigers and elephants. Time to secure safe passage through more wildlife corridors!
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Erik Solheim Jan 14
In 2020 world leaders will come together in Beijing. We want to make a new deal for nature. This short video sets out the threats of extinction many animals are facing:
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Erik Solheim Jan 14
19 of 20 most dynamic cities in the world are Asian. 9 Chinese and 2 Vietnamese. 4 Indian among top 5. Anyone still doubting that we are living in the Asian century?
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Erik Solheim Jan 14
Green cities are attractive cities! Many towns can take inspiration from this exciting roof top farm in Singapore! Locally produced vegetables. Improving food security. Making Singapore green.
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Erik Solheim Jan 13
Nice gift! Good luck with your important work in 2019!
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Erik Solheim Jan 13
Replying to @HelenClarkNZ
Thanks! The border wall seems to be a very serious threat to the wildlife!
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Erik Solheim Jan 13
How to prevent 300 000 children from dying? Build toilets! The construction of toilets in rural India is most important development program in world today. From 50 to 90% coverage. Incredible progress!
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Erik Solheim Jan 13
Milestone! For first time in history renewables overtake coal in Germany, Europe’s biggest economy. The future is here!
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