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George H. Leonard
Chief Scientist at Ocean Conservancy working to advance solutions to challenges facing the future of our oceans. . My tweets are my own.
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George H. Leonard 13h
Replying to @gilescoren
There is a special place in hell...
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George H. Leonard 18h
We call it the Climate Olympics: citius, altius, fortius. Faster, higher, stronger. .
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George H. Leonard 18h
Replying to @dead_rn
Riley is here for you. ❤️
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George H. Leonard 18h
Replying to @AmyMcGrathKY
I ‘educated’ my young son on classic rock and now it is a central element of his style as a professional musician. He regularly goes back to these roots.
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George H. Leonard 18h
Replying to @MrsB_NQT
My heart breaks. Both my spouse and i run and this is one of my fears. Strength to you.
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George H. Leonard 18h
Replying to @danhaifley
What is your assessment here? Seems like too many things need to happen sequentially for this to be effective. But worth a try. Something has to change. Ships are killing way too many whales.
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George H. Leonard 19h
Spoiler alert- its not the market. Only large scale policy change can get the impact we need. Markets and individual actions can support that.
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George H. Leonard 19h
Replying to @GlobalEcoGuy
This is bold. I have heard lots of arguments that removal tech is not cost effective. But the numbers show we need it; oceans and land can help but need to accelerate this too. To at least give it a shot.
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Nicholas Mallos Aug 16
Straw Wars shows how ridiculous (and Trump) really is.
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Geoff Shester Aug 16
is poised to take bold action to fight single-use plastic pollution. Californians, please sign this petition to send your state legislators a message to support landmark bills and
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George H. Leonard Aug 16
I'll say I'm a fan of the Impossible Burger, but the concept of cell based seafood kind of grosses me out. Note that Red Lobster CEO just called plant-based seafood “terrible”
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George H. Leonard Aug 16
As a Board member, I can state emphatically that this new position as director of social responsbility at is a not-to-be-missed opportunity. And it is in Santa Cruz, CA!
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George H. Leonard Aug 16
A Heartbreaking Dive in the Florida Keys via
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George H. Leonard Aug 15
Great opportunity in climate and energy at Stanford University.
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George H. Leonard Aug 15
No good deed goes unpunished: We have reduced mercury emissions but there is more in fish; and its because of climate change (warming waters and diet shifts).
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George H. Leonard Aug 14
Sign me up. This needs to be done but tech and some sort of internet connection is needed, i bet.
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George H. Leonard Aug 14
An inportant read in this time of unprecedented climate disruption.
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George H. Leonard Aug 14
That is some barkingly good customer service.
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George H. Leonard Aug 14
This is deeply troubling; rather than moving away from plastics, we are doubling down on its production, using fossil fuels as the source. A Giant Factory Rises to Make a Product Filling Up the World: Plastic
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George H. Leonard Aug 14
. continues to expand our influence in the digital conservation space. Come join us as a Digital Campaign Senior Manager
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