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SmartEnergyCouncil 23h
The useless "National Energy Guarantee" is dead. RIP NEG 13.10.17 – 20.8.18 Now, more than ever, we need real action on !
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Planetary Security🌍 12h
🌏 In 20 years or so we will remind each other of that strange year of 2018, when suddenly those climate change fingerprints where all over the globe. That year when we naively thought it couldn’t get worse...
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Joshua Zwass, CFA Aug 16
Some amazing scientists... designed a mineral to absorb from the atmosphere. If this becomes economical, could be very interesting at tackling
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Zero Hour 5h
These images perfectly capture what Pacific Northwest is suffering through. Smoke from climate caused wildfires is filling our lungs. We can’t breath. This is what looks like. People CANT BREATHE. This isn’t normal. Don’t let them tell us it is.
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Paul Dawson 3h
“The abnormally hot temperatures – which have topped 30C in the Arctic Circle – are in line with climate change trends, according to the World Meteorological Organization.”
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Paul Dutton Aug 19
The fact the Liberals are tearing themselves apart to maintain the internal preaching of denial of has to be the nations final straw especially given entire state of NSW is in drought and there’s been at least 80 winter
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Shannon Phillips 13h
Albertans are seeing the impact of : record-breaking temperatures, lower summer river flows, stressed crops, and more frequent and extreme wildfires. The science is clear. Doing nothing is not an option.
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Minister C. McKenna 12h
Have your say: The Government of Canada is beginning consultations on vehicle emission standards. Canada’s emission standards are supporting innovation, driving a competitive clean economy, fighting , and saving Canadians money at the pump
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Norm Farrell, SD44 Board Candidate Aug 15
2014, 2016, 2017 & 2018 all rank among the top 10 fire seasons in B.C. since 1950. We'd better get used to wildfire since most of the world, including Canada, is failing to deal with
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EnKing International Aug 19
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ClientEarth Aug 20
BREAKING: British public supports stronger action on climate, fossil-free investments and litigation against polluters, landmark new ClientEarth climate change poll reveals
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Andy Oz Aug 19
Much more Arctic Ice than 12013 minimum has closed both ocean going passages in 2018. Disappointment for evangelicals who planned a trip to the North Pole to see open water.
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Gray Rangers Aug 16
Our Mission is to maximize voter turnout among those age 50+ !!! is as certain as gravity!
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Paul Dawson 7h
“There are a lot of observations that the seasonal cycle is changing, and it is also one of the things that is most noticeable in everyday life with trees flowering earlier,”
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EnKing International Aug 18
Take From This Monday (20/08/2018) To Show Our Acknowledgement For Your Participation, We Will Give Money To 6 Lucky Participants.
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Mike Hudema Aug 17
In 1912, an article appeared in a newspaper warning us that burning coal might produce future warming. We've known about for a long time. The greatest tragedy is how much time we've wasted. Let's not wait any longer.
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Alexander Verbeek 🌍 Aug 17
🌏 Jakarta is the canary in the coal mine for drowning coastal cities. Some parts of this city of 10 million sink 25 cm per year. And the sea level is rising. 95% of North Jakarta could be underwater by 2050.
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UN Women Aug 18
Violence against women Maternal deaths Child marriage Infections Hunger Malnutrition Illegal land grabbing Poverty These are just some consequences brought by the effects of .
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DeSmogBlog 10h
The unexpected consequences of
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Margaret Orr Aug 19
Today, when I told her I'm studying and , a woman in church said "Oh, we need you. Thank you so much". Moments like these make me smile and keep me motivated. A big thank you to all my fellow climate/weather comm people out there!
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