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My week on Twitter 🎉: 2 Likes, 2 Retweets, 2.02K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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ArchitectureWeek Nov 14
Wow, . A whole feature story hinging on … & not one mention of implications… even as we still search for lost souls in the ?
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Kevin Matthews Nov 14
Think the are bad? Who doesn’t? We’re trundling along business-as-usual into much worse. All we have to do is not change much & then we’ll be looking back wishfully on the Camp fire, that burned down Paradise in a day…& not Chico too.
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Bill McKibben Nov 13
If you want to help the 51 young people arrested today for daring to peacefully call for a Green New Deal in the halls of Congress, here's the bail fund
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Suzanne Espinosa Nov 9
Here's a before and after look at the historic Honey Run Covered Bridge near Chico, opened in 1887. (after photo by )
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Robert Rohde Nov 12
Replying to @RARohde
I also created an animated version which helps to emphasize how weather conditions during California's fire season have evolved over time.
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Alex Whitcomb Nov 9
Americans are getting burned alive in their cars in the , but yeah, , climate change is a "hoax" made up by the Chinese.
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Kevin Matthews Nov 10
Ever heard of an international ceremony being cancelled “because of weather?”
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ArchitectureWeek Nov 7
My week on Twitter 🎉: 10 New Followers. See yours with
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Bill McKibben Nov 6
So tonight we'll see the first two Native American women elected to Congress. That is a wonderful thing--kudos to Deb Haaland and Sharice Davids
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ArchitectureWeek Nov 2
grew concerned when a large number of , many of them opposed to the , joined the proceeding as intervenors.” So…they literally hired actors to provide .
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Marco Mina Nov 1
Replying to @bberwyn @corneliussenf
These events are not very unusual but this time the spatial extent was huge, hitting many regions and provinces at the same time. Many of these forests are pure Norway spruce, planted after WWI. They grow healthy but heterogeneity is low and thus not very resistant to blowdown
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Marco Mina Oct 31
Serious windstorm damages in Northeastern Italian forests, particularly in Veneto (my region) and Trentino/South Tyrol. Maybe more than one million of cubic meters down. Perhaps is a good time to think about forest to -induced disturbances 🌲💨🔥🐜
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David Frum Oct 30
Trump's birthright citizenship vaporware is intended to prod cable TV into discussing something exciting to him, not boring stuff like pre-existing conditions and why would-be murderers are allowed to amass arsenals that could equip the police department of a small town
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ArchitectureWeek Oct 24
My week on Twitter 🎉: 2 Likes. See yours with
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WYTHE WINDOWS Oct 23
New Tallest Passive Tower Performs on Budget
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GiRl WiTh GoOd TaSte Oct 23
One thousand classics of world architecture! via
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GreatOldBroads4Wild Oct 21
A BIG victory for the Pacific Northwest and salmon! It's time to tear those dams DOWN!!
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Nick Cowern Oct 22
The world needs to cut CO2 emissions THIS FAST. However, emissions rose in 2018, making the task harder. It will take a revolution in everyone's thinking to turn this around, or we're toast. Try thinking about this every day, looking critically at your choices.
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