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UNICEF Nov 10
Air pollution is putting babies’ brains at risk, children’s lungs at risk, our climate at risk. Inaction is not an option. We must reduce emissions and pollution now.
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Alexander Verbeek 🌍 Nov 7
🇳🇿 If you watch just one video today, let it be this inspiring speech by New Zealand’s Prime Minister . "future generations will see that we, in New Zealand, were on the right side of history."
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Mike Hudema Nov 13
A state of emergency has been declared in Venice, Italy. Flooding now covers over 85% of the city, damage could run up to $1 billion and the worst may be yet to come. The is here.
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UNICEF Nov 10
The right to survive. The right to family. The right to health. The right to education. The right to safety. The right to play. The right to culture. Climate change is a serious threat to children’s rights. We must take now.
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European Investment Bank 10h
🔴The EU Bank is commited to achieve the of European economies by 2050! Our Board of Directors approved a new Lending Policy coupled to an ambitious strategy to make this objective a reality: 🇪🇺🏦💚🌍
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Mike Hudema Nov 6
Wow. Kenya is planting trees with seed balls covered in charcoal dust to keep animals from eating them and to fight and combat . We have the solutions, let's get busy and .
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Mike Hudema 1m
Soon we may be able to print panels. We have the solutions, there's more everyday. Let's implement them.
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Mike Hudema Nov 12
Wow. Seoul is putting on all public buildings and 1 million homes. . Who's next? We have the solutions, let's implement them.
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Maple Leaf Foods Nov 7
How and why did we become the world's first major food company to become ? Our CEO, Michael McCain, explains.
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Maple Leaf Foods Nov 12
How did we go ? By avoiding reducing, replacing, and offsetting our greenhouse gas emissions.
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The UN Climate Summit Nov 11
The annual report reviewing of countries is out now. The Brown to Green Report 2019 shows the countries have weak climate targets and they can do better to keep global warming below 1.5 degrees.
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Mike Hudema Nov 7
Wind turbines in Scotland now generated almost twice the entire country’s domestic power requirements. We have the solutions. Let's implement them.
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Greenpeace Nov 7
This award goes out to you, you, and YOU for taking . NEVER stop fighting what's right for the planet!! 🌎💚☮️🙌🥇
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Mike Hudema 4h
China is building farms shaped into pandas. We have the solutions, let's implement them.
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thyssenkrupp EN Nov 11
World first in Duisburg: Some minutes ago, we have launched tests into the use of instead of coal in our working blast furnace 9. The starting signal was given by NRW‘s economics minister .
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Thorium Guy ⚛️🧢 Nov 12
Hello ! Here is a brief intro into Thorium Reactors. Please heart and retweet to spread the message!
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UN Climate Change Nov 12
New report offers details on how to maximize efforts to achieve both and the ➡️
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Benjamin D. Muir Nov 10
Replying to @BenjaminDMuir
Climate change is not political. Saying the sky is blue is not political. Climate change denial IS political. Lying to further the interests of fossil fuel companies is political in the worst way.
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Jess Phoenix 🌋 1h
Just taped a segment with about some good for a change! Thanks to & for covering the 's decision to stop funding projects. Carlos came for the photobomb.
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Mike Hudema 7h
Vancouver is plugging in with battery-electric buses that charge in five minutes. Each bus is expected to cut 100 tonnes of emissions and save $40,000 in fuel costs. We have the solutions, implement them. via
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