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Mike Hudema Sep 13
This island in is already 100% . It produces enough and power not only to provide for its own needs but sells it to others as well. We have the solutions. Implement them.
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Cordelia Lynch Sep 13
.⁦⁩ joins young climate activists protesting outside the White House. The group is calling on the Trump administration to take action on change.
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Mike Hudema 8h
We are seeing sea ice collapse at an astonishing rate. That's not good. Watch. There is no time to waste. there is no planet B. We must . Time for a .
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Emily Holden Sep 13
Dozens of young protestors, and lots of TV cameras here, for ’s arrival for a rally near the White House
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Climate Reality Sep 14
Our planet is warming at an unprecedented rate – this is a emergency.
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Mike Hudema Sep 11
Wow. is using the power of the ocean as a renewable source of electricity. Wave power. We have solutions to the crisis. We're just missing the political will to implement them.
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Mike Hudema Sep 9
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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Peter Gleick Sep 13
The saddest thing about change is the people who deny or turn a blind eye to the decades of clear scientific evidence of the threat. The second saddest is the people who say saving the planet is too expensive.
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Mike Hudema 3h
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 Sep 9
Say hello to the worlds first 100% solar powered train. We have the solutions to the and economic crisis. Let's implement them in a plan that lifts all of us.
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Assaad Razzouk Sep 13
Groundhog day: Vast areas of Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia blanketed in smoky and dangerous since Sept 5 because of 1,000 Indonesian rainforest fires started by illegal land clearing for palm oil plantations
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Climate Reality 19m
A new report shows that we’re totally unprepared for the impacts of the crisis – it's time to call on our leaders to support and fund solutions.
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Mike Hudema Sep 12
Wow. This is what leadership looks like. 's new gov't unveils one of the world's most ambitious green plans. 70% reduction target by 2030 enshrined into law. Who's next?
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Peter Gleick 11h
If our financial system can come up with $5 billion for a single football stadium, we can pay for health care and saving the planet from disaster.
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Mike Madden 3h
Fellow friends... do you worry about the /state of the Earth so much to the point that it gives you tremendous anxiety? Anger? Depression? So much so that it's hard to do your work and you feel like you are carrying the weight all on your own? 1/
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Daisy Cousens 23h
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Mike Hudema Sep 14
These countries are planting millions of trees to combat change and stop deforestation. We have solutions to the crisis. Let's speed up and implement them. This 20-27th fight for the planet.
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Mike Hudema Sep 12
These countries are putting their panels on water producing , while reducing evaporation - A Big Win-Win! We have solutions to the crisis, let's implement them.
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Mike Hudema Sep 7
Humans are creating the third great extinction. If we don't change our ways 99.9% of critically endangered species will be lost & take the earth more than 3 million yrs to recover. We have solutions to the crisis, let's implement them.
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Mike Hudema Sep 7
Shenzhen is first city in the world with an all electric bus fleet (16,000 buses). Soon all 20,000 taxis will also be electric. We have solutions to the crisis. Let's speed up and implement them.
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