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💧 Dr Rhonda Garad 17h
The 'canary in the coal mine' for climate change are the starving polar bears in the arctic. A state of emergency in a remote area of northern Russian - dozens of hungry polar bears scavenging for food and entering public buildings/homes.
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Assaad Razzouk Jun 14
Arctic permafrost now melting at levels not expected until 2090 - with thawing levels 150 to 240% above historic levels, says shocking new scientific study
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change 15h
"What we do over the next 10 years will determine the future of humanity for the next 10,000 years. There is no major centre in the world that would be focused on this one big issue," The 1st thing we should do is stop subsidising fossil fuels!
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Peter Gleick 21h
Flesh-destroying, lethal bacterial infections are now expanding into new regions as change warms ocean waters. via
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Assaad Razzouk Jun 11
June Chaos So Far: *India* burns as record 50C heat grips 700m people *China* Record rainfall hits 2m people, entire town submerged under 2m of water *US* Record floods in Midwest, Southeast; Alaska sea ice melting 2 months early *Finland* never hotter so early in summer
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Mike Hudema Jun 16
In Turkey they're using wind from passing busses to rotate wind vanes and panels creating enough electricity to power 20,000 homes. We have the solutions to the crisis. The only thing missing is the political will to implement them ⁠
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Jane Philpott Jun 18
In the face of a emergency, courage is not spending public funds on oil & gas expansion. It is calling for evidence-based national incentives for solar plants, rooftop solar, wind and wave energy generators, geothermal solutions and hydroelectric power.
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Coral Davenport Jun 11
SCOOP: A top financial regulator appointed by Trump is going rogue, launching a public campaign & study on the financial risks posed by change - which he sees as comparable to the risks in 2008 of mortgage-backed securities
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Mike Hudema 21h
BAM! to ban all petrol and diesel cars and motorbikes by 2030 We have solutions to the crisis. Time for a wholistic plan to implement them. Sign on today:
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Mike Hudema Jun 11
Wow. This farm produces 15% of Australia's annual tomatoes using power and seawater. It uses zero fossil fuels, zero soil, zero pesticides, zero groundwater. We have the solutions. Let's implement them.
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NOAA Jun 18
SEE: A map of May 2019 Global Significant Events from
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Peter Gleick Jun 12
1/5 A thread: There is a severe and growing and disaster in India. Delhi just saw its highest ever June temperature of 48C. Churu, Rajasthan saw highs of 50.8C, making it the hottest place on earth.
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Elizabeth May Jun 18
Urgent question to Justin Trudeau: What about the word "emergency" do you not understand? We have almost no time left to hold to 1.5 degrees C. This decision is a bet against our future.
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Climate Reality 16h
Can the Paris Goals Save Lives? Yes, a Lot of Them, Researchers Say
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Mike Hudema Jun 12
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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Ed King Jun 10
'Delhi is burning. You can't imagine the heat. As you step out, it's a furnace on your body' - writes a colleague. Curious to see what the attribution is here when scientists crunch the data.
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Back From Midnight 🌏🌲🌿🌱🐠🐾🐄🐖♻️Ⓥ 19h
Scientists amazed as Canadian permafrost thaws 70 years early
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Mike Hudema Jun 16
Morocco is building a farm as big as Paris. It will provide energy 24 hrs a day. We have the solutions. Let's raise our ambition and implement them.
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IPBES Jun 18
Amidst conference, is experiencing record temps (21°C / 40°F above normal) and record melting for June, reaching about 45% of the ice sheet. In the , current ice coverage is the lowest on record for mid-June.
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Mike Hudema Jun 18
“For the Trudeau govt to approve this pipeline after declaring a emergency makes about as much sense as pouring gasoline on a burning fire." The house is on fire act like it. Climate leaders don't build pipelines .
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