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Bill McKibben
This agreement won't save the planet. It may have saved the chance to save the planet (if we all fight like hell in the years ahead)
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Sean Diamond 12 Dec 15
Replying to @billmckibben @COP21
Yes, but the shift that had to occur for an agreement w/the US, India, China!? Would this have been possible 5yrs ago?
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Sohail Mahmood, PhD 12 Dec 15
definitely, it provides us a framework agreement to actually start at meeting the challenges ahead. Good
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KSBerniecrats 12 Dec 15
Replying to @billmckibben @COP21
Thx for speaking out on this watered-down nonsense! When centrist Dems negotiate we get timid half-measures like this
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Gravity Dynamic 12 Dec 15
Replying to @billmckibben
You have my utmost respect and gratitude! Looking forward to local action back home! Imagine activists w/ free energy tech!
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George 12 Dec 15
Replying to @billmckibben @COP21
what's your thoughts on when/if we will address the root problem of overpopulation?
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Doug Barr 12 Dec 15
Replying to @billmckibben @COP21
Only an agreement to raze our vertical economy has a chance of saving the planet.
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Steve Spence 12 Dec 15
Replying to @billmckibben @COP21
Too bad it's all smoke an d mirrors.
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Deep Time 12 Dec 15
Replying to @billmckibben @COP21
Probably the best we could hope for. Excited 1.5 is in there. Also this sends clear signal for business investment.
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Jan A 12 Dec 15
we will save the planet.
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1 Minute 4 Earth 12 Dec 15
Replying to @billmckibben @COP21
Our daily choices will decide our common future. We focus in the direction of & don't stop!
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