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SaraJaneAhmed 18h
🇵🇭Philippines Update: Government ends energy neutrality☠️🛢️, favors renewables 🌞🔋🌬️💧ahead of boom
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Scientist and Philosopher 23h
The UK & other government's response to is as good as a chocolate teaspoon . We will miss the target & species will continue to go
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Climate Resilience Oct 21
Tucson’s City Council declared a Climate Emergency at its 9th September meeting & included a 10-year plan to reach carbon neutrality by 2030 "Compared to European nations, the US is slow to officially recognize the climate crisis" Emergency
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SaraJaneAhmed 22h
DECLARES MORATORIUM ON ENDORSEMENTS FOR GREENFIELD COAL POWER PLANTS
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Climate Resilience Oct 23
Cambodia’s Urbanization Poses a Grave Threat to the Mekong River notified by "While climate change is often cited as a key threat to the Mekong, it acts as a threat multiplier to other man-made threats.." Emergency
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Climate Resilience Oct 26
Accountability for Water brings together global experience and expertise to tackle the world’s water crisis " & for a fair water future" Emergency & others
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dianne brooker Oct 26
The just released , including a first step towards . Next year NZE2050 must be front and center. , will you ?
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#ActOnClimate Oct 21
Sustainable sanitation is resilient to & safely processes bodily waste Toilets, combined with clean water & good hygiene, form a strong defence against pandemics & diseases Emergency Resilience &Adaptation
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The Energy Mix Oct 21
The should focus the WEO on a path that protects the most people, not a 3C scenario that protects fossil fuel investments. Read more:
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#ClimateJustice Oct 20
UN Report of Special Rapporteur on Human Rights Defenders States should (para f) pay particular attention to most exposed groups; ..defenders who are children ..working on climate crisis Mandate👇🏾 ⏬pdf⏬
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The Energy Mix Oct 20
Just burning the oil, gas, and coal in existing fields and mines would warm our world far beyond . The needs to help governments plan to manage the decline in fossil fuel production, instead of giving cover for Big Oil and Gas.
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Gerry Flynn Oct 21
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Forest Keeper Oct 22
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