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Hugh Riminton Jan 17
PM responds to Fiji’s urging for a clean energy future: “We have a comprehensive response when it comes to change,” says Morrison. “We have sensible, achievable commitments.”
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EEB Jan 17
Happening now: students chant "we want change" demanding action in the EU quarter of etudiant manifestation Bruxelles climat
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Assaad Razzouk Jan 14
"Global ecosystem out of balance": Warming seas and over-fishing drive jellyfish apocalypse in Australia, with tens of thousands of people injured and billions of dollars in water-based industries from tourism to power stations at risk
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Mike Hudema Jan 17
Germany, the Netherlands, and Denmark are building an island that will provide to 80 million people. We have solutions to the crisis, let's dump the pipeline talk and implement them.
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Planetary Security🌍 Jan 14
🌎 Melting sea ice isn’t just bad news for polar bears, walruses are at risk too. As ice melts, it recedes from the shore, out to where the water’s too deep for walruses to dive for food. It's time to act on to save these species! Via
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Denise Hummitzsch Jan 17
You want a ? Think about this. Bildquelle: @louisadellert (Instagram)
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Brittany Hoedemaker Jan 16
here's a version that even could understand vs 🌤🌧💨
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Meredith_Guthrie Jan 16
Frost occurrence maps for October for the years 1975 to 2018.
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Elizabeth May Jan 16
We must act now. We still have time. No new fossil fuel infrastructure.
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change 7h
"We should be concerned about the loss of any species for lots of reasons," "but for coffee specifically, I think we should remember that the cup in front of us originally came from a wild source." Change
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Limited Wish 23h
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Assaad Razzouk 16h
Do you want just one picture that shows global warming in an elegant, incontrovertible way? Check out this amazing country-by-country visualisation of temperature anomalies from 1880 to 2017. Then act on climate. (source: )
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Justin Ong 16h
New report from . Its first sentence: "The effects of a changing climate are a issue with potential impacts to Department of Defense missions, operational plans, and installations" Climate's not just a enviro issue
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Merced 4h
To curb , we have to suck carbon from the sky. Once considered a distraction, scientists now say using technology—and nature—to remove from the atmosphere is not only possible: It’s a must.
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Rev. Gretchen 3h
Replying to @MassEEA @MassGovernor
It is not too late for to reject air permit for Baker/Enbridge Compressor & prove true protection, preventing acceleration of change and protecting neighbors lives. Here’s our beautiful Weymouth public park. On right are explosions from compressors.
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Steve_Filipovic Jan 17
Replying to @AltUS_ARC
You deny the wing of science known as ?
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IFI Research Jan 14
Interesting paper looking at the potential change impacts on Irish Arctic char - species introductions are a major risk.
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The Climate One Podcast Jan 15
Climate One is delighted to honor with the Stephen Schneider Award for Outstanding Science Communication, for her work communicating climate change in transparent, engaging, and accessible ways. Join us in honoring Dr. Hayhoe this year!
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Sheldon Whitehouse 16h
. recommends should comply with a standing executive order requiring agencies to factor resilience into international development work. In response, wants to scrap the order.
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Rivera Sun 2h
Money, wealth, & poverty: It's rigged. The whole game is rigged~Occupy
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