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Assaad Razzouk Sep 12
Switzerland’s first 'solar highway' will initially cover at least 1.6 kilometres with 37,000 solar panel to produce enough for the electricity consumption of 20,000 people - before being expanded to a potential total of 750km
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World Economic Forum 3h
Here's what Earth might look like in 100 years — if we're lucky
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Sasja Beslik Sep 18
Dear politicians! To make things easier for you I’ve made this Climate Checklist you can use to show real results on the crisis. Follow this and you will most likely be re-elected. You can use it as a to-do-list too... PS: Anything missing on the list? I'm happy to edit.
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David Suzuki FDN 16h
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said that if the world doesn't change course by 2020, we run the risk of runaway climate change. His is alarmed by the paralysis of world leaders on what he called the "defining issue" of our time.
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OECD ➡️ Better policies for better lives 1h
At the current pace of change, prices will at best meet real costs by 2095. More needs to be done to steer economies along a low-carbon price. Find out more 🎥⤵️
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Assaad Razzouk Sep 18
Marubeni of Japan, one of the world’s biggest power plant developers just gave up on coal, dropping plans to build an enormous 13.6GW of new coal “one of the biggest breaking stories of 2018 in terms of energy transition away from fossil fuels”
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Ben Heard 5h
‘I support ’. ‘Go to Fukushima and tell me that!’. Have, three times, including today. ‘Live there!’ ...is that the hurdle for a valid viewpoint now? Emigration? Seems harsh
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Mike Hudema 36m
Over a trillion litres of toxic water, an area larger than England, we must stop feeding the beast. Join the wave of resistance and together lets :
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Planetary Security🌍 2h
🌍 Increasingly students ask me after a lecture about having children in times of climate change. has an interesting article about this and other climate anxieties. ‘A season of anxiety: what psychologists have to say’.
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Lennart Bach Sep 17
Tonight I am attending an by , Germany's political right and listen to their thoughts about . The title of the talk makes their position quite clear. Curios to hear the arguments and response of the people.
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Assaad Razzouk 11h
Germany: Only 300 hectares remain of 12,000-year-old Hambach Forest In violation of the Paris Agreement and common sense, a German utility plans to wipe out the forest to dig for coal to fuel some of world's most polluting coal plants
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Kristalina Georgieva 1h
Great to sit down with Minister Catherine McKenna this morning at - her leadership on and environment issues is pushing everyone to do more, do better, and act quickly.
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Assaad Razzouk 2h
Replying to @AssaadRazzouk
Take 2 on Shell, with a couple more facts
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OECD Tax Sep 18
Globally, emissions at priced 76.5% below even the lowest estimate of their cost to society (EUR 30/tCO2). At the current pace of change, prices will at best meet real costs by 2095. Watch ➡️ |
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Assaad Razzouk 3h
So 30 years late, Shell announced "plans" to limit leaks of methane, a very potent greenhouse gas, across its oil and gas business I thought I should point out a few self-evident facts to help readers navigate this article about these "plans"
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Mary Anne Hitt 2h
A advice column - I LOVE IT. Congrats and nice work ! Can't wait to check it out.
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Italy UN Vienna 3h
Dr. Romeo Bellini from the Italian Collaborating Centre Centro Agricoltura Ambiente "G.Nicoli" (Bologna) speaks today of the role of nuclear applications in fighting invasive mosquito species @ the Scientific Forum on for
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American Forests Sep 12
There’s no better time to invest in forests – city trees keep temperatures and energy costs down, while improving air and water quality and mitigating effects of change like pollution and flooding.
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Mike Hudema 13h
. “Remember It's Not An Investment If It's Destroying the Planet" ~Vandana Shiva. RT if you want panels not pipelines.
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Elizabeth May Sep 15
Increasing GHG from oil sands does NOT "go together" with cutting GHG to meet Paris. Please defend the environment; not BIG OIL.
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