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WWF UK Apr 19
“We are running out of time, but there is still hope.” Last night, Sir David Attenborough issued his strongest statement about the threat of our current . The time to act is now.
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Chris Brennan (⧖) 54s
How are you engaging with, and supporting those countries that need to develop renewable energy and who are currently unable through resources and funding to do so? It’s not just about the UK this is a global and needs to do much more
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Nicola James 💚🌹 6h
Fixed this for the Daily Heil. 👇 Teenager who inspired school climate strikes is cheered by environmentally responsible citizens, similarly motivated to save London and our planet 🌍 from the existential threat the presents.
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Graham Truscott Apr 16
Replying to @mrbrandbrown
Your solution to the is what exactly?
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Tracy Masters BSc Hons Apr 18
Replying to @toadmeister
Oh dear Toby the plane would have flown without her. Small numbers doing the right thing are are too easily ignored by the likes of you SOOO end justifies the means if people wake up. Stop being deliberately obtuse & act.
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Circular Fashion Centre 57m
“Heaven is under our feet as well as over our heads.” Henry David Thoreau 🌈Happy Earth Day. stay connected to its majesty & do absolutely everything you can to minimise your own emissions & not allow governments & greed to steel the next generations future. 🙏🏼🌍
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War on Want 1h
Every day, communities in the global South take on those most responsible for : complicit governments & unaccountable corporations. The biggest polluters are based in the UK, let's protest the AGM:
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WWF UK Apr 18
This is why a half-a-degree difference will make all the difference.
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'Abbey' Apr 14
In 1980 the National Academy of Sciences proposed that “the carbon dioxide issue should appear on the international agenda in a context that will maximize cooperation and consensus-building. . ." It didn't happen, now we face a .
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Caroline Russell Apr 19
Except David Attenborough has been talking about this for 20 years and the government is busy expanding Heathrow and cutting solar feed in tariffs rather than cutting carbon. While Govt gives no sign that they get it, peaceful NVDA is a good tactic to raise agenda.
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Dinesh Dhamija Apr 20
"Lib Dem Energy Ministers nearly quadrupled Britain’s renewable power – and now we’re the global leader on offshore wind." outlines an emergency plan to beat the :
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💧Christina 5h
Replying to @CUhlmann
Chris, I’ve been howling for a very long time, no matter the size of the moon. I know I haven’t been alone, because those howls have been sounding more numerous, diverse & louder & louder. They are drowning out your feeble, lonely, pathetic screeches.
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Cosmic Cafe 16h
Want to know about . Current levels of CO2 are about 300-400ppmv. At what level do you think photosynthesis stops and all plants die? Don't know? It's 150-200ppmv, that's a fact, there is a we need more CO2 not less!
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Hilary Cox Condron Apr 18
Actually I know I could do more - we always can - It is vital that the Government tells the truth and acts on it. We need systematic change.
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Progressive Caucus Apr 17
Climate change threatens our communities, our jobs, and our safety. Powerful essay from president on the dangers of climate change for flight attendants and passengers. Congress must take bold action to end the !
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Ross Greer Apr 20
Whatever your criticism of (it's a new movement, nothing is perfect), this has been a monumentally successful week for the climate movement. Holding key locations in London for days & forcing masses of mainstream media coverage of the is HUGE 💚🌍
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Larner Wallace-Taylor 18h
Happy Easter ! Loving your Easter treats - especially loving the side order of guilt that comes with unwrapping the individually wrapped plastic wrapping inside the plastic wrapping!
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WWF UK Apr 18
Climate change caused by humans is a huge and growing threat to wildlife and people across the world. Many species cannot adapt quick enough.
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Bath Labour Party 3h
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Laura Williams 9h
Business as usual will mean London under water in the decades to come.
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