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GeorgeMonbiot
“I love not man the less, but Nature more.”
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Mark Maslin 8h
Wind turbines myth of killing huge numbers of birds is not supported by data. Cars 🚘 kill > 700 times the number of birds 🕊 than 🌬turbines. And cats 🐈 kill a staggering 1,850,700,000 birds 🕊 per year in the USA - that is mass murder on a staggering scale.
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Environment Europe 7h
Oxford’s of micro particles PM2.5 today is 68 micro grams /m3 and exceeds the recommended 10 micro grams /m3 by a factor of 7! When will the words about translate into ? RT
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GeorgeMonbiot 7h
Please come to our parliamentary launch of on Tuesday. If even half our proposals our implemented, they will make this a fairer, kinder, greener nation. All welcome.
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Extinction Rebellion 🐧 8h
What is next for ? talks to the architect of the 2015 and looks to the future with and in our first podcast since our in April.
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GeorgeMonbiot 24h
There is nothing conservative about today's Conservative Party And nothing rational either
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GeorgeMonbiot Jun 18
Replying to @GeorgeMonbiot
Expanding Heathrow Putting billions into new roads Blocking new onshore wind installations Promoting fracking Encouraging the exploration and development of gas and oil reserves This is, ahem, a peculiar direction of travel towards greenhouse gas emissions by 2050
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GeorgeMonbiot Jun 18
Replying to @GeorgeMonbiot
But at the moment, the government is like someone trying not very hard to give up fags. I'll just buy one more packet, then I'll stop tomorrow ...
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GeorgeMonbiot Jun 18
If the government takes its own policy seriously, it should announce that this new gas field will not be touched.
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openDemocracyUK Jun 17
🗓 EVENT: Join the authors of ‘Land for the Many’ to discuss the radical ideas in their new report to the Labour Party with . Free tickets available here:
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GeorgeMonbiot Jun 18
Replying to @titlerequired
That's on page 79.
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GeorgeMonbiot Jun 18
Replying to @GeorgeMonbiot
I'm just relieved that the Daily Mail, none of whose journalists appear to have read the report, hasn't seen the chapter where we propose the mass internment of middle-class householders, the drowning of their pets and the controlled demolition of Northcliffe House.
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GeorgeMonbiot Jun 18
Replying to @GeorgeMonbiot
The billionaire press has always attacked progressive tax reform, for obvious reasons. But this scaremongering has reached the point of self-parody. For those of you who want to understand what we are saying and why, here's our report.
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GeorgeMonbiot Jun 18
Here we go again: yet another ill-informed, paranoid rant about our report, this time by in the Daily Mail. Yes Dominic, we really are coming for your children's favourite books, once we've slaughtered all the firstborn ...
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Rob Gates Jun 18
Replying to @GeorgeMonbiot
A long term effect of is of the soil itself. So-called 'photo-degradable' are ludicrous in a shaded forest. There's a new plastic layer forming in the forest soil profile
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GeorgeMonbiot Jun 18
Disasterplan would be a better term than masterplan
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GeorgeMonbiot Jun 18
therein lies the problem
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GeorgeMonbiot Jun 18
Replying to @GeorgeMonbiot
Another plastic-free tree guard. The most effective known deterrent to grey squirrels
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GeorgeMonbiot Jun 18
Replying to @BotanyBert
What is wrong with taking years? And why is mature forest the only desirable state?
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GeorgeMonbiot Jun 18
Replying to @Lozpoedia @ydmt
see first tweet
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