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jimsjim Nov 9
Climate change isn’t in 2050 or 2100. It’s today. Fires expanding 20 miles per day and cities burning to the ground is our future; it’s also our present
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Peter Gleick 11h
You have to understand. The time to prevent severe has passed. What we must do now is work to slow the rate of change and manage the impacts we can no longer avoid. (Skalij, Getty 2018)
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Robert Rohde Nov 12
Replying to @RARohde
I also created an animated version which helps to emphasize how weather conditions during California's fire season have evolved over time.
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Earth Strike Nov 11
On January 15th, 2019. We will strike.
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IPCC Nov 12
Registration for expert & government review of two special reports open now
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CAN EUROPE 5h
We stand in solidarity with the plaintiffs of the whose lives, livelihoods and futures are threatened by . Today, we delivered a petition to them to show the broad citizen support in their rightful action. Check here:
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Jennifer Figliozzi 1h
Classes are canceled today due to extremely poor air quality caused by Growing up, as a kid you’d wish for a snow day like on the east coast, but this is far from that. This is a sad reality that is becoming more prevalent due to
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Climate Council 12h
BREAKING…Literally: Strongest, oldest arctic ice sheets break up for the first time on record as the average global temperatures keep on rising via
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Petar Sofev 7h
Costs of halting at 1.5C - we spend ex-ante on mitigation or adaptation?
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Carlos Curbelo Nov 10
Actually they’re being caused at least in part by this thing called . Remember I told you about how it’s also causing the threatening
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change 10h
“Looking at data for the first nine months of this year, emissions this year will increase once again … global emissions will reach a record historical high,”
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UNISDR Nov 10
250,000 people evacuated as officials put most of northern under a Red Flag Warning, which means "extreme fire behaviour" can occur within 24 hours; 16 active .
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Eco Literacy Today 15m
I don't want to protect the environment, I want to create a world where the environment doesn't need protecting.
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Steve Westly 13h
Tragically will only increase the number of as they grow in intensity. After the fires, many areas are left vulnerable to deadly flooding and landslides.
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Neil Before Zod™ 4h
The bullshit twins. The Conservative Party of Canada climate change plan will include gas masks and thoughts and prayers.
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Christina-Kennedy-III 45s
@Anotniogueterres: We need Financial Funding for which was it and by the Bush_Family for 25 Million. It was an inner job that must be looked at for Dow. Let the be our "Destiny."
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Lisa DeMarco Nov 9
Recent CA are another wake up call for CA & the world that & here to stay unless we take drastic now! The tech is here; It needs to be implemented at unprecedented rates!
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Port Credit 17h
Lies repeated are still lies. Until we can breath money, eat money in lieu of -ruined crops and salve skin cancers with money, we have to preserve the ability of this rock to support life :/ Your myopia is breathtaking
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change 14h
"melting ice can cause sea levels to rise and inundate coastal areas – it also makes storms like hurricanes and typhoons more destructive." "Melting ice also causes a feedback loop, which can cause more warming and then more ice loss."
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TabooAndMurder 18m
I did this painting today while listening to your speech at the end of McNasty. Ten minute watercolor inspired by the horrific fires in California.
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