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Climate info. Also , the board game about the future. We rely on creativity, science, & community. Just like NYC.
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Walter Shaub 22h
After Trump's declaration that he is trying to break the Postal Service to rig the election, anyone call themselves Republicans are either cowards afraid to call themselves fascists or big fans of irony.
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City Atlas 11h
Replying to @cityatlas
...probably the saddest idea yet, if understandable.
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City Atlas 11h
Asking corporate tycoons to fix democracy is kind of the reverse of "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington"
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Jason Hickel 20h
The IPCC scenarios are clear that, without speculative negative emissions schemes on a mass scale, the only way to keep global warming under 1.5C or 2C is for high-income nations to adopt degrowth strategies. It's remarkable that this fact gets so little attention.
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Chris Nelder 12h
That's what I'm talkin' 'bout. I called all of mine today. Nothing short of a massive public outcry is acceptable when critical public infrastructure is at stake. Have you called yours yet?
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City Atlas 12h
Replying to @LTorcello
At 3C+, all the work of the Gates Foundation on global health is for naught.
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City Atlas 12h
Replying to @LTorcello
Not even Chuck Feeney, one of the most visionary American philanthropists — who helped build Vietnam’s health system, and brought citizens’ assemblies to Ireland. But for the US, no.
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City Atlas 12h
Replying to @LTorcello
That’s what I meant. Bolstering democracy in the US has always been the best hope for American philanthropists interested in helping the world, but it’s a cause they never touch.
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City Atlas 12h
The catastrophic and characteristic flaw of big philanthropy (Gates et al) — if you care about global health, you need the US to function first.
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Elizabeth Yeampierre 13h
About to go on with to talk about at 7:20pm tonight August 14th-if you want to catch it
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City Atlas 13h
Replying to @70sBachchan
Portrait of increasing your personal social capital, simply by taking a uniform off.
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City Atlas 14h
The upside: there is no Overton Window anymore, after one side has tried to dismantle the post office.
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City Atlas 14h
The upside: there is no Overton Window anymore, after one side has tried to dismantle the post office.
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City Atlas 14h
Replying to @JesseCharlesLee
A monster that wealthy people are comfortable with?
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City Atlas 14h
Replying to @70sBachchan
But that can change. People, even bright, anxious, Ivy League-type of people, the ones that punch the clock and keep Trump's oligarchs in business all day today and will tomorrow, have feet. Especially if they find each other.
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City Atlas 14h
Replying to @ClimateHuman
And for everyone who is wondering what's going on (with our friends who can't/won't listen, and to ourselves, too): Ro Randall, one of the best at understanding our psychology around climate, has a short video.
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City Atlas 14h
Replying to @ClimateHuman
And for everyone who is wondering what's going on (with our friends who can't/won't listen, and to ourselves, too): Ro Randall, one of the best at understanding our psychology around climate, has a short video.
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City Atlas 14h
Replying to @ClimateHuman
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