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Katharine Hayhoe
Not suspicious, just Canadian. Climate scientist, director, poli sci prof, knitter, pastor's wife, mom. TIME100 + Fortune50. First in line for cloning.
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Jennifer Marlon 12h
One takeaway from our new paper on Hope & Doubt about : more common than sci/tech, weather, gov/corps... other PEOPLE inspire & promote hope on CC For hopeful stories check out
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Wildfire Today  🔥 1h
The three large in Northern Alberta, Canada as seen by a satellite Tuesday afternoon. The largest, threatening the town of High Level which has been evacuated, is about 80,000 ha (197,000 acres).
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Susan Hassol, Climate Communication 8h
I’ve argued for the importance of constructive hope in engaging people on . New research supports that view, and shows the most common reasons for hope are seeing others act and learning about their efforts.
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Katharine Hayhoe 2h
A new entry in the “truth is stranger than fiction“ category.
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Katharine Hayhoe 2h
Replying to @wildmonster22
I have a kit waiting to be started!
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Katharine Hayhoe 2h
Replying to @plutoniumpage
I’ve received many variants on my surname 😂😬 “hoe of Babylon” is probably one of the best
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Dr. Ayana E. Johnson 2h
Yep! Specifically as a protein source. “It’s just hard to beat a shellfish farm. There’s no land use at all, no freshwater use, no fertilizer use — in fact, they clean up the surrounding water.” -
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Dr. Jonathan Foley 6h
“Eating oysters, mussels, and clams is more climate friendly than being vegan.” says
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Susan Hassol, Climate Communication 6h
“I have long felt that ‘climate disruption’ was a good descriptive term because it incorporates the human disturbance to the climate system,” I'm quoted by discussing style guide changes in terminology. too.
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Katharine Hayhoe 2h
Replying to @guertin @theAGU
I do know, and great idea!
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Katharine Hayhoe 3h
Every scientific conference needs a good stitch'n'bitch session -- and we've got the added bonus of stripey temperature blankets and scarfs! "See this orangey bit at the end? That's the 2010s!" Who's up for it if I plan one at the next ?
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Katharine Hayhoe 4h
Absolutely delighted that the cover story this month was written by our own Ken Baake - a thoughtful reflection on the gift and curse that is oil past and present.
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IIGCC 13h
Over 99% of shareholders have voted in support of the resolution from investors at the in Aberdeen. BP must now set-out a business strategy consistent with the goals of the !
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Katharine Hayhoe 4h
Replying to @zoelawrence_
Love the pic, thanks for sharing! Looking forward to Edinburgh next March 😁
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Simon Donner 11h
Talking rates of change, for the climate and for the fossil fuel industry. Week three of my ride-to-work 'show' Shifting Gears.
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Bill McKibben 12h
The planetary slogan for the 21st century should be "Faster Than Expected."
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Katharine Hayhoe 4h
Replying to @furmple
My point, which you’ll see if you are willing to follow the link, is that if you want everybody else to adopt the same label as you, we will never fix climate change. Personally, I care more about fixing climate change than what label people choose or don’t 😬
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Katharine Hayhoe 4h
Replying to @ecm100 @drvox
They don’t take them more seriously, because that is not the problem, but they are able to understand them. For the real problem, pls watch:
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Katharine Hayhoe 4h
Replying to @promich
If you had the courtesy to ask, rather than make a rude statement, I would’ve told you that the #1 predictor of whether people agree with the science that climate is changing humans are responsible and we need to act is where they lie on the political spectrum. Next time, pls do.
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Nick Hajdu 5h
"You don't have to be a liberal tree hugger to care about climate change. You just have to be a human living on this planet." From the always brilliant via
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