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UN Climate Change May 18
The only way for the international community to achieve the ’s temperature goals is to ramp up - fast, and at scale. See the workplans for the September , convened by 👉
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UN Development May 15
To prevent the hardest impacts of climate change, renewable energy will need to supply 70-85% of global ⚡ needs. On the 1st Int'l , Ghana is inspiring 🌍 by accelerating production & planting more 🌳🌳🌳!
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John Hay 4m
I can live with & - but replacing with is not helpful. The climate system is changing for the worse, but it is not fully “broken”. What we now need is , and that cannot grow out of a full breakdown.
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UNESCO Botswana 2h
The dates for the Conference in Santiago, , have been confirmed - 2 December to 13 December 2019
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UN Climate Change May 19
5 reasons why countries should revise their national climate action plans by 2020 - see insights from and a regional dialogue on such plans in this blog post by Michael Comstock and Bernd Hackmann 👉
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Patricia Espinosa C. May 15
Pleased that the sent a strong signal for joint progress on . The priority at this year’s meeting was implementation >> Looking forward to revised climate targets and long-term strategies!
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PAOTZE☆B.O.STRATEGY☆ May 17
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Lee Beck May 16
The is expected to provide low-cost dispatchable back-up power as well as value to the grid. Innovators envision a global market for this kind of carbon tech delivering on in both OECD and non-OECD countries
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Jayoung Park May 14
Encourage everyone to read this important message & call to action from the . 🌏 🕊 📣
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UN Climate Change May 13
has joined the for initiative! They are joining many other sports professionals in efforts to lower GHG emissions of the sector -
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Aryt Alasti May 15
Europe’s future will need better climate plans - report -
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Kruppa, Márton May 14
“If a reasonable answer can be found, we can join the initiative of 9 other EU member states. I wish we could do this”: Merkel on
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Emma Rose May 18
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Lee Beck May 16
And so the story continues; the importance of rises with . After the UK - which slashed its emissions by a larger share than any other OECD country - announced support, the EU and California followed suit. Next up: Germany.
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Patricia Espinosa C. May 13
Nations are still far from fulfilling the aims of the on . in Chile therefore needs to reflect a new era of My key messages to Ministers and delegates at the Petersberg Climate Dialogue in Berlin 👉
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Janine Felson May 15
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PAOTZE☆B.O.STRATEGY☆ 23h
is a behemoth effort that requires gargantuan public boycott of corporations that don’t transit to & the that function on . Time to get drastic for Earth and our survival.
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Ronny Jumeau May 17
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David N. Thomas May 17
Makes complete sense, since a crisis it clearly is Let's hope makes way to or resulting in considerable
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IISD SDGs May 17
Petersberg Climate Dialogue Commits to Enhanced Action Ahead of UN Summit, COP 25
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