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My week on Twitter 🎉: 2 Mentions, 1.19K Mention Reach, 5 Likes, 3 Retweets, 5.52K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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Kevin Matthews Sep 16
Great piece! But…we really haven’t entered “the heart” of the period of consequences. Nor is this any way a . These are just the *first*little*hints* of change , if we don’t hard & fast. Tip of a rapidly melting iceberg.
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Safe Climate Caucus Sep 11
🚨This is very bad🚨 Trump wants to make it easier for fossil fuel companies to release methane and other harmful pollutants into the air. As a greenhouse gas, methane is 25 TIMES more effective than carbon dioxide at trapping heat in the atmosphere.
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Dwayne Fuhlhage Sep 12
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ArchitectureWeek Sep 12
My week on Twitter 🎉: 1 Mention, 167 Mention Reach, 11 New Followers. See yours with
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ArchitectureWeek Sep 12
Building resiliency, , is great, but it will fail over time without rapid, effective .
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Matt McGrath Sep 10
'Climate change moving faster than we are,' says UN Secretary General
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ArchitectureWeek Sep 12
Sounds good at the headline, but big parts of this UK gov’t study, () seem to be already be contradicted by rather deeper science, like A truly nature-based approach would work far better.
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ArchitectureWeek Sep 12
Let’s move faster.
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Kevin Matthews Sep 12
“Despite the dire situation, the world could still tackle climate change effectively, he said. Saying it was too expensive to do so was "hogwash". “‘For every dollar spent restoring degraded forests, as much as $30 can...
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GreatOldBroads4Wild Sep 10
“Activism is my rent for living on this planet.” – Alice Walker Ready to step it up and take a leadership role in the protection of wilderness and wild places? Apply to attend our Women's Advocacy Leadership Training Sessions, March 4–8, 2019! …/
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Paul Dawson Sep 7
Trying to tackle climate change by replacing forests with crops for bioenergy power stations that capture carbon dioxide (CO2) could instead increase the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere, scientists say.
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Nick Cowern Sep 3
Replying to @NickCowern
And as for the Managing Director of Third Energy, which wants to frack for gas in North Yorkshire, his comments to a WI audience in Helmsley that a couple of degrees of global warming would do little harm may turn out to be actionable.
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WYTHE WINDOWS Sep 5
is delivering renovated projects that are financed by the old building's energy consumption!
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AWHC Sep 5
Share this video to spread awareness of what’s happening on the range, then take action -
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Nick Cowern Sep 2
The legal exposure that Exxon is experiencing probably also applies to companies that continue to explore for oil and gas on the argument that these are still needed for a long time to come. They are not. They cannot be. Simple.
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ArchitectureWeek Aug 29
My week on Twitter 🎉: 13 New Followers. See yours with
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ArchitectureWeek Aug 22
My week on Twitter 🎉: 1 Mention, 5 Mention Reach, 6 New Followers. See yours with
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ArchitectureWeek Aug 15
My week on Twitter 🎉: 17 New Followers. See yours with
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Lyndsey Gilpin Aug 15
I'm humbled and inspired that so many people are excited about . People are pitching stories, asking to write, offering up donations. It fuels me to keep going even on days like today when I'm overwhelmed with how hard it is to start a magazine while freelancing.
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