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Mike Hudema 1h
Ocean Waves can be a source of unlimited . This Wave Power Plant, could power countless homes. We have the solutions to the . Let's implement them.
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Climate Reality 23h
Month after month, week after week, we continue to break temperature records around the globe. The time to is now.
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Mike Hudema Aug 1
I can't post this enough. It's really that simple. "Stop giving power to people who don't believe in science.' ~Harrison Ford There is no time to wait, there is no planet B.
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Paul Dawson Aug 6
"Now that I'm starting to understand more of the consequences, it's actually keeping me awake at night because I realise the significance of this place around the world and the livelihoods that are already affected by sea level rise,"
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Heïdi Sevestre Aug 8
Glaciers in the European Alps are collapsing. The last intact Arctic ice shelf has disintegrated. Permafrost is thawing faster than ever. Arctic sea ice is close to record low extent. What more do we need to see?
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Paul Dawson 8h
"He is locking in permanent, irreversible damage to our environment through his irresponsible environmental policies," "Once we go beyond key tipping points -- the melting of the major ice sheets -- there is no going back."
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Paul Dawson Aug 4
"It's completely transformational," "A ban on fracked gas is incredibly important, as is the ban on oil and gas exploration, this is saying to the multinational fossil fuel industry, Ireland is now off limits."
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Paul Dawson Aug 7
Extreme droughts in central Europe likely to increase sevenfold... ...but strong reductions in greenhouse gases would reduce the frequency of such extreme droughts to “a very negligible number! What more do you need to know?
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Mike Hudema Aug 5
Polar bears are up against a huge problem. They are losing their habitat. As the Arctic becomes increasingly warm & sea ice disappears making it harder to find a mate & food. We must deal with all the crisises we face. Let's protect each other and the planet.
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Greenpeace 2h
“Above normal air temperatures, offshore winds and open water in front of the ice shelf are all part of the recipe for ice shelf break up” ?
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Paul Dawson Aug 8
11,000 scientists “We declare clearly and unequivocally that planet Earth is facing a climate emergency,” Sadly, governments have never made a serious attempt to restrict fossil fuel production – instead, they’ve offered endless subsidies.
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Paul Dawson Aug 8
This summer, the world’s largest coral reef system, the Great Barrier Reef, suffered the worst mass bleaching outbreak ever witnessed. The reality is that at least 70% of the world’s coral reefs will soon be lost.
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Mike Hudema Aug 2
"One of Mother Nature’s miracles: the elusive spirit bear." The forest is a magical place and in these times we need that magic more than ever. Caption + video by vprigollini via IG
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Paul Dawson Aug 6
Climate change poses a bigger threat to financial stability than the coronavirus pandemic and the rules on bank lending to fossil fuel groups must be tightened to address it.
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Nathaniel Stinnett Aug 7
Dear Americans, I swear to God...if you don't VOTE this year, you don't care about climate, about humanity, about life nearly as much as you think you do. It's time to vote like your life depends on it...because it does.
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Paul Dawson 18h
“Again and again, the same message,” “Listen to the scientists, listen to the scientists. Listen to the scientists!” Well, what are the scientists saying? Massive environmental, economic and human consequences of unfettered global warming
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Paul Dawson Aug 7
Mangroves and seagrass meadows aren't as majestic as rainforests but they are just as important. “Globally, vegetated coastal ecosystems are being lost twice as fast as tropical rainforests despite covering a fraction of the area.”
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Parents For Future, Nigeria Aug 6
Disappearing Arctic ice cap, and receding glaciers have consequences, such as drowned coastal areas , decline of the polar bears and other Arctic animals, and disappearing glacier-fed, fresh water supplies for over a billion people.
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Paul Dawson Aug 7
We only have one Earth. Let's treat our home a lot better.
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Mike Hudema Aug 2
Germany, Denmark and The Netherlands are building an island to house 7,000 wind turbines. It could provide electricity for 80 million Europeans. We have solutions, implement them.
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