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Tom Nelson Jan 3
Replying to @amnesty
What global average temperature maximizes human rights, and why? Spoiler alert: You have no idea.
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me, innit Jan 3
Replying to @amnesty
This is a massive stretch, even for us. Just seems like Amnesty are desperate to be involved in a new issue, when we haven't nearly solved what we were created to tackle.
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Carlos K. Zazueta Jan 3
Replying to @amnesty
I think this is stretching it a tad too much, you might want to consider changing “right to life” into “right to health” and still would be a somewhat wild interpretation of international law.
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Aray Michael Aromaz Jan 3
Replying to @amnesty
National averages demonstrate public transportation produces significantly lower greenhouse gas emissions per passenger mile than private vehicles. Heavy rail transit such as subways and metros produce on average 76% lower greenhouse gas emissions per passenger mile than a car.
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Human Rights Measurement Initiative Jan 3
Replying to @amnesty
We will have data in mid-2020 on how civil and political rights are being affected by the climate crisis also:
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Raas 🇪🇺 (Gab: @raas) Jan 3
Replying to @amnesty
I see too many assumptions here to confirm your credibility.
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Bee Jan 3
Replying to @amnesty
This is simply not true.
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me, innit Jan 3
Climate change? Of course it.
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me, innit Jan 3
Replying to @park171878 @amnesty
What is "unreasonable physical freedom"?
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