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Fred Krupp 43m
Strongly agree: "If we just let drugs and vaccines go to the highest bidder, instead of to the people and the places where they are most needed, we'll have a longer, more unjust, deadlier pandemic”
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As predicted, consistent with what we know to expect as climate change worsens with rising levels of GHG in the atmosphere.
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jonathanwatts Jul 9
CO2 in Earth's atmosphere nearing levels of 15m years ago. Scientists say we must go further back to see what’s ahead. story by me.
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Fred Krupp 22h
Most urgent need is to cut emissions. Negative emissions tech is compelling, but still way too expensive. It should be researched and developed, but job #1 is an aggressive effort to reduce GHGs
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Sarah Kaplan Jul 8
Replying to @sarahkaplan48
But this is a story about residents who took their fates into their own hands. With support from scientists and community orgs, Edison Eastlake residents have developed a "heat action plan" full of concrete changes that will make their neighborhood cooler.
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greentechmedia Jul 8
A number of well-funded companies are looking to get the U.S. back in the -manufacturing game with a technology that could supersede today’s chemistries
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David Festa Jul 8
"It's not rocket science. A warmer ocean evaporates more moisture into the atmosphere - so you get worse flooding from coastal storms." explains the science behind climate change and recent extreme weather
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Covering Climate Now Jul 7
COVID has shown how a global crisis exacerbates pre-existing injustices. Climate change is no different. New research shows rich nations facing short-term gains from climate change, while poor nations face the potential for collapse.
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EDF Jul 8
This is big news! Virginia will curb climate pollution and create clean energy jobs as the newest member of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
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Megan Rowling Jul 7
" exacerbates existing inequalities, with women displaced on the frontlines of its impacts bearing the heaviest consequences," says , head of - but there's growing knowledge on how to stop this
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Nicholas Kristof Jul 8
The Arctic hits 100 degree temperatures, so fires spread and cause even more carbon emissions and climate change. It's a feedback loop of the kind scientists have long warned about. by
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Fred Krupp Jul 7
Strongly agree. Electrifying trucks and buses is a particularly important thing to do. Drives significant health benefits from avoided diesel fumes, +essential part of getting to 100% clean zero emission economy
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Environmental Defense Fund Europe Jul 7
Our new report looks at rules for in and the can learn from and . Solid and ambitious framework is necessary to shipping and adequately address . Read it all ⬇️🚢
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Svein T veitdal Jul 7
The law that could make climate change illegal via One of the most robust laws on climate change yet has been created in Denmark. Can legislation really make failing to act on climate change illegal?
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Fred Krupp Jul 8
well said: "at the top of the globe, the Arctic is enduring its own summer of discontent"
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Fred Krupp Jul 3
an industry-leading goal to become carbon neutral by 2050. Policymakers and other automakers should follow lead in working w/California, making substantial near-term investments in zero emitting tech, committing to a zero-emission future
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Climate Reality Jul 5
The transportation sector ditching fossil fuels and going all-in on electric is crucial to solving the climate crisis. Fortunately, California isn’t waiting to take bold action.
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Regan F. Patterson, PhD Jul 6
"We already know that Black women entrepreneurs are the fastest growing group in the country so it’s no surprise that a Black woman [Kristal Hansley ] is leading the charge when it comes to solar energy" via
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Fred Krupp Jul 7
Strongly agree. Electrifying trucks and buses is a particularly important thing to do. Drives significant health benefits from avoided diesel fumes, +essential part of getting to 100% clean zero emission economy
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Defend Our Future | #ClimateCrisis 🌎✊🏿✊🏽✊ Jul 6
We need now to help us confront the . Tune in to the webinar on Thursday to hear about ocean recommendations from the the new report:
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