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Mark Watts
Executive Director . Climate emergency activist. Music lover. City dweller. All views my own.
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Mark Watts Jun 14
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Mark Watts Jun 14
Replying to @EricaHauver @C40
Here u go. Sorry it wasn’t easy to find:
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Philipp Rode Jun 14
Consumption-based carbon emissions in 94 member cities equals 10 per cent of all global emissions. A landmark study and report: Food, aviation, clothing, materials and embedded emissions need to be on the urban agenda!
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Sanjay Sridhar Jun 10
becomes the first city in from South and West Asia region to launch its Climate Action Plan. A big first step from Amman and congrats to His Excellency the Mayor of Amman for his leadership role. Well done!
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Mark Watts Jun 14
Thank you Mayor for wonderful hospitality & a fantastic speech yesterday demonstrating city actiom on food & climate
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Food Policy Milano Jun 14
Il Sindaco sostiene il lancio del report di sull’impatto climatico dei consumi, tra cui quelli del cibo e condivide il lavoro della e di per menu sani e sostenibili
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Jun 13
We didn’t just bring to because it was the right thing to do for our planet and our kids — we did it because student activists demanded it. Thank you for recognizing our movement!
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Anne Hidalgo Jun 13
Pour améliorer le cadre de vie des Parisiens et adapter Paris au changement climatique, nous allons végétaliser 4 lieux emblématiques : le parvis de l'Hôtel de Ville, les abords de la Gare de Lyon et de l'Opéra Garnier, et une partie des rives de Seine.
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ANDREA FERNANDEZ Jun 13
The Financing Sustainable Africa Cities Forum organized by with our partner Fdn and host provided a great opportunity to hear the voice of African cities on financing climate and development objectives.
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Christiana Figueres Jun 13
1.5 is the only responsible ceiling for increased temperatures. Business knows this is the best case scenario.
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EAT Jun 13
Today at , announced new research that explores how the food we eat, transport & waste contribute to the climate crisis, and how we can work together urgently to tackle these consumption-based emissions.
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Mark Watts Jun 13
Always happy to talk about great leadership from members!
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Mark Watts Jun 13
We're facing a climate crisis. Our new research shows how eating healthily, particularly consuming less meat & dairy, is more important to cutting city emissions than previously realised. If we succeed, we’ll live healthier lives, improve food security and create
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Mark Watts Jun 12
The food transformation is as important as the energy transition, but the amazing thing about food is that almost everyone can make a difference. Wonderful start to by the amazing
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Sudhvir Singh Jun 10
Council declares emergency! “By unanimously voting to declare a climate emergency we are signalling the council’s intention to put at the front and centre of our decision making“ Mayor
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Mark Watts Jun 11
Last night train travel travails forced me to stay an extra night in Copenhagen, but as a result I saw The Tallest Man on Earth and it was magical. Thank you
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Mark Watts Jun 10
Visit radio heaven by listening to latest show and the feature on & possibly an Idris Davies’ poem, The Bells of Rhymney, that inspired Dylan Thomas, Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, & The Byrds
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Jun 6
Mayor is absolutely right—cities have the power to make great change and divestment is just one way to get it done. New York City is holding Big Oil accountable for climate change and its destruction of our planet. Pittsburgh, join the fight!
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Mark Watts Jun 6
Great to speak today at with 600 CEOs. This is a climate emergency - entrepreneurial governments and mission-driven companies need to take responsibility and work together.
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The Guardian Jun 5
Public concern over environment reaches record high in UK
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