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Dara McAnulty🌍 Dec 7
How many more tragedies and catastrophe’s must we read, hear, see before people in power take action?! How, if is sponsored by the fossil fuel industry can we make meaningful change when the perpetrators are pulling all the strings?! 😡
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Nakabuye Hilda F. Dec 6
Today I meet the person behind my motivation at , she is my inspiration why I keep every Friday to protect our future. It was such great honour.
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Alissa Walker Dec 6
In honor of , here are nine major highway-widening projects with costs totaling $26 billion proposed for U.S. metropolitan areas governed by climate mayors.
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Allie Rougeot Dec 6
Governments at COP and everywhere keep saying they are proud of their youth, but the youth is not proud of them. Look at Madrid:
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Leah Namugerwa Dec 7
Your inaction is costing us lives. You developed by burning fossil fuels that have polluted the whole world. Africa is severely facing the impacts of your actions. Like said; we'll never forgive you if you don't act.
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Oladosu Adenike Dec 8
Lake Chad is shrinking and no discussion around it here in . The shrinking of Lake Chad is a defining issues of Africa peace and security. Lake Chad should be a focal point for . When will Africa not be left behind on climate action that matters?
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Fridays For Future Germany Dec 6
This is what democracy looks like! People from all over the world have turned out here in Madrid to put an end to the fossil fuel ear. Let's keep on showing them that ignoring us is not an option!
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Sébastien Duyck 🌍⚖️ 18h
🚨🆕Breaking from 🚨 After yrs of inquiry in response to , Philippines Commission for delivers key findings today: ⚠️carbon majors emissions triggers responsibility ⚠️can be held legally liable when engaged in acts of obstructions ⬇️THREAD
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Auimatagi Joe Moeono-Kolio 🇼🇸🌏🌴 Dec 8
A pleasure to moderate Friday's Intergenerational climate talanoa with Hon. Enele Sopoaga and climate advocates from across the Pacific. Now more than ever, we need these voices from the frontlines at the helm of our struggle for climate justice.
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Mike Hudema Dec 8
Traditional Wind Turbines aren't ideal in urban areas. Welcome to the . We have the solutions to the , implement them.
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Laurel Collins Dec 8
On my way to ! This UN Climate Conference is very important because it’s the last one before 2020 when countries must submit updated climate plans. Now is the time for Canada to lead - set tougher targets, put targets into law & end all fossil fuel subsidies. 🌏🔥
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Mike Hudema Dec 6
Some people say that we should study to become climate scientists so that we can “solve the climate crisis” But the has already been solved. We already have all the facts and solutions. All we need to do is to wake up and change.
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💧simon holmes à court 23h
prediction: will react very poorly to this news and earn a for australia at . prediction 2: he’ll take it as a compliment and display it in his office / cell.
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Transport & Environment Dec 7
SUVs are way worse for the planet than anyone previously thought
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Baliqees Salaudeen | #ClimateAction 🙅 Dec 6
Everyone can't be present at but everyone can take in their respective countries, states and communities. I spent time wit the students of Malete Sec. Sch & my course mates on the 5/12/19 engaging them in the & environmental discussion
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Sébastien Duyck 🌍⚖️ Dec 8
📢📢Civil society has one clear message at : are not negotiable! ⚠️No carbon trading mechanism must be created at if threatening Indigenous Peoples, communities & ecosystems! We will be watching as govs make decisions next week
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Bronwen Tucker 15h
It's untenable for ANY bank to be supporting fossil fuel projects in 2019 so the fact that development banks are still doing so - with public money and undue influence on the most impacted countries - is extra gross. Help us yell at them today at .
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Mike Hudema Dec 8
Farmers in , on the edge of the Arctic Circle, are using geothermal energy to grow food all year round. We have the solutions, let's implement them.
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Abdinasir Mohamed 11h
US commitment to climate change
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Richie Merzian Dec 7
Update: Looks like Minister Taylor is lined up to give Australia's formal address to the UN climate conference on Wednesday 11 December at about 1pm in Madrid (11pm on Wednesday in Canberra)
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