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Shekhar Kapur Jul 31
World’s richest and most powerful 10% are responsible for 50% of Global environmental damage and
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Alex | ⚢ 1m
Can't believe I could have ruined my lungs by smoking weed, and instead I have intentional wildfires around my city doing the job 😔 Jokes aside, is real, and these events are connected to it. We must act now against the
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Naima Hussein 17h
The last time I went this beach the water was behind these trees now look is real
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Licypriya Kangujam Aug 2
Remember when the deniers said that it was all rubbish and that our beachfront homes are not at risk? Experts believe that by 2050, more than 200 million people will be forced to flee their homes. They are referred as climate migrants or climate refugees.
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ICMM Jul 29
Clean solutions are a vital way of addressing the causes of . The industry is expected to play an essential role in providing materials needed to manufacture technological solutions for a low-carbon future:
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Fridays For Future - Pune Aug 3
🌍 If you really think the economy is more important than the environment, try holding your breath whilst you count your money! 👉🏽 Join Whatsapp Channel:
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Alexander Verbeek 🌍 Aug 3
🎈 Born at an atmospheric CO2 of about 315 ppm, this may be the first birthday that I can say that I have experienced in my life a hundred points growth on that scary indicator. I will forget about that for just one day, if you promise me that you don’t. 😊
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Fairtrade Foundation 2m
pursuing the perfect-tasting coffee can boost farmers’ incomes? ☕ More than 2 billion cups are consumed every day but , economic instability and conflict affects producers. A better quality brew increases price and demand:
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Alexander Br. 17h
Collecting rainwater from the roof of my shed. Even the little things count. Water scarcity is a major problem. Only 3% of the worlds water is fresh water! Check out for more informations about water scarcity.
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VIKRANT 23h
Social reforms are never carried out by the weakness of the strong; but always by the strength of the weak. – Karl Marx
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Rafiqul Montu 19h
Monsoon brings disaster to the coastal areas of Bangladesh.
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Krunal Mehta 🇮🇳 Jul 31
The most reliable way to anticipate the future is by understanding the present.
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Joss Naylor Aug 2
The start of my newest “surprise” episode of Mind Over Murdoch - Episode 10 - James ’s Resignation Full video can be accessed through my channel - jo55ss or through the link: Please like/share/subscribe
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James Roemer 2m
Purdue University researchers have identified that some plants create a natural "sunscreen" that prevents sun damage to the leaves' outer layers. Can we harness this barrier against UVB radiation to help with for other plants or humans?
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EcoHedge 18h
As global temperatures rise, the wealthy are better able to prevent heat related illnesses and ultimately survive. Inequality is amplified by ⚖️ Climate Adaptation & Resilience is key for saving lives.
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Luis E. Gurrieri Jul 29
Replying to @NASAEarth
Many ghost towns will see the light again after being flooded since the early 80's. The excess of rainfall since then may be caused by building of hydroelectric dams upstream Parana river and global climate change.
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Paul Dawson 15h
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Paul Beckwith Jul 28
“What happens in the Arctic, does NOT stay in the Arctic.” – Paul Beckwith, Climate Systems Scientist
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