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Mike Hudema May 24
We’re all in this one together. Palestinian and Israeli teens strike together for the . There is no time to waste, there is no planet B. Video by 16-year-old Michael Bäcklund
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Elise Mason May 17
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Mike Hudema 16h
We need to do better. There is no planet B. This one is all we've got.
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David Suzuki FDN May 22
Every dollar spent on shifting to would pay off up to 7 times. Plus, “new jobs associated with the transition (renewables & efficiency) significantly outweigh the jobs lost in the fossil fuels.”
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Mike Hudema May 23
Our hearts are with the Dene Tha' First Nation and all those that have been displaced by the raging in Alberta. Canada is in a state of a emergency. The house is on fire. Let's start acting like it:
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Mike Hudema May 24
So many cities, all around the world. One message: . 1784 + events in 128 + countries, and counting! The house is on fire. There is no time to wait. This is .
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Mike Hudema May 24
BAM! Scotland is here!!! And they want action on . 1784 + events in 128 + countries, and counting! The youth are rising and they want our future back!
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change May 22
One out of every two orders for rooftop solar panels in Germany is now sold with a battery storage system.
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Mike Hudema May 24
MASSIVE! Thousands out in . 1623 places, 119 countries, & counting! Young people standing up to demand we act on the climate crisis. The house is on fire, act like it. .
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Eric Holthaus May 24
From Madrid to Milan, and Seoul to South Africa, young people are taking time out of their lives today to strike for their future. On September 20, is calling for this movement to expand to a global all-ages general strike.
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Mike Hudema 57m
Germany just launched the world's first hydrogen-powered train. It emits nothing but water and steam! We have solutions to the crisis. Time to implement them. Sign on today:
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change May 22
“The main reason people are moving is because they don’t have anything to eat. This has a strong link to climate change – we are seeing tremendous climate instability that is radically changing food security in the region.”
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onceweknew May 17
We have to learn from our past actions and undo these hurts before it is too late.
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Japan is home to 73 of world's 100 largest floating plants they prevent water evaporating, and help secure reservoirs in water-stressed countries. We have solutions, implement them.
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Mike Hudema May 23
For the first time ever India is investing more in than in coal. Let's speed it up. We have solutions to the crisis. Let's implement them. Time for a .
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California is requiring all new homes to be built with panels, all public buses to be zero emissions, and is building massive batteries to provide 24 hr . We have solutions to the crisis, let's implement them.
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Mike Hudema May 24
"I didn't mind explaining photosynthesis to you when you were 12, but you're adults now and this is an actual crisis." Time to act like the house is on fire because it is. Time for a :
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change May 24
“I find it hard to exaggerate the peril,” “This is the new extinction and we are half way through it. We are in terrible, terrible trouble and the longer we wait to do something about it the worse it is going to get.”
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change 14h
Yes all of them flawed. All of them! “Every single one of those analyses had an error—in their assumptions, methodology, or analysis—that, when corrected, brought their results into line with the scientific consensus”
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Climate Reality May 23
This is a breakthrough. How we talk about the crisis shapes how we act. Time for US media to do the same.
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