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dogwalker Sep 18
Simply staggering a countries work start time and school run times could cut fossil fuel consumption by up to 40%. It is a shame that big businesses and government will not even consider this. Working from home on top of this could cut by more than 50%.
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Holochain Sep 20
We are all responsible for the and it's very challenging for companies & enterprises to change on the spot We should all seek solutions to improve our without compromising on the tech is the solution for
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mahira kalim 2h
E-commerce giant Amazon revealed a that rivals that of a small country!
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Lea Rankinen 22h
S Group,the leading retailer in Finland,launched a ground-breaking calculator service even globally as it indicates the carbon footprint of the food you’ve purchased at the product group level based on actual consumer data.
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Nowhere Man 48 Sep 20
Hundreds of thousands of schoolchildren are taking to the streets in 150 countries today for the largest climate protest in history. I'd be more impressed if they threw away their electronic equipment and protested on a Saturday.
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Anu Mänty 4h
Good climate news from Finland! 🇫🇮S Group is a forerunner in sustainable consumption. Their application reveal wicked items in shopping carts.
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John Cantrall 11h
Eating BLTs made with my pork, my tomatoes, my horseradish... man my tastes delicious
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The Unnutty Professor Sep 20
Replying to @bcndp
OK, but the whole thing for such vehicles only works out when your electricity is nuclear, hydro, or geothermally generated. BC - hydro - check. 👍
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FashionRevolution Sep 13
We can all reduce our by taking better care of our clothes. But right now only 3 out of 10 people wash at lower temperatures. Let's make clothes last twice as long but with half the environmental impact!
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Lauren Florko Sep 20
tip: Learned about - a web browser that helps contribute to planting trees. And its algorithm is great!
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Marian Owens 22h
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The Unnutty Professor Sep 20
Wow. Maybe they should have stayed in school instead and been taught how to leave a smaller, personal . (I have rational thoughts like this all the time. They haunt me terribly. If only others experienced such suffering.)
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Sam Bunch Sep 18
Soon. Very, very soon. It’s going to press tomorrow and I’m proud to say it’s being printed here in UK so I’m off to see it happen. ❤️
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Anita Jha Sep 20
Climate change does not stop by demonstration . Each of us need to check how much less plastic, gas fire, chemicals etc we’re using . How can it be decreased by recycling or substituting with none carbon emissions devices and substances.
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Lori Baertsch Sep 19
Our Samsung refrigerator is only 7 years old and has been determined to be “unrepairable”, literally garbage after only 7 years.
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Clan Macquarrie CC 7m
Even small measures and steps can save you on energy costs and can help and reduce
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ROCKWOOL Group Sep 17
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Julie Herman Sep 20
Look no further than SE Texas for evidence of climate change. What are you doing today to decrease your carbon footprint? I’m staying home.
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Official Brian Sapient Sep 19
Replying to @BrianSapient
The biggest impacts you can have on your own (in order): - have less children - Use - Stop traveling by air - Convert to an (or walk/bike) - Eat plant based diet 7/25
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Harlosh point 14h
Example right here nobody in America actually cares about . They only have hate and lies. Oh ya and private jets
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