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Greta Thunberg May 18
Great news!! The Guardian has stopped using the misleading phrase “climate change” and will as from now call it “climate crisis”. Who will be first to follow?
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Greenpeace UK May 17
From now on instead of “climate change” the Guardian will use terms like “, crisis or breakdown.” We think others should do the same. It's important that the language we use reflects the urgency of the situation we're in.
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Meanwhile in Canada May 13
Bill Nye isn't putting up with any more shit.
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Jeremy Vine May 18
Chelsea fans won't even buy 5,000 tickets to final because it's in Baku. Arsenal fans similar. Unaffordable. Asking people to go 2,800 miles for 90 minutes of football is a disgrace with going on. Game should be moved to neutral stadium in England.
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Caroline Lucas May 15
UK’s 5.7 billion barrels of oil and gas in working oil and gas fields will exceed the UK’s share of Paris climate goals yet industry & government want to extract even more. Whatever happened to the government’s recognition of the ?
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 May 14
Britain has enough coal stockpiled at power stations to fuel them until they are shut down forever in 2025. 🤔So why do we need a new opencast coal mine at Druridge Bay? Answer: we don't.
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Greenpeace UK 5h
We're blockading 's London offices because they're acting as if the isn't happening. Instead, BP is investing billions in new oil and fueling the crisis that will harm billions
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Brent Toderian May 16
wants to be fully carbon-neutral as a city by 2025. Bikes & renewable energy are key ways to get there. They’ve already dropped GHG emissions by 40% between 2006 & 2017. All with high quality of life & happiness. Via .
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Greenpeace UK 22m
WATCH & SHARE: BP spend $$millions$$ on adverts saying how green they are, but $$billions$$ on finding new oil and gas. 🤥 BP’s business has no place in a
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Greenpeace UK 6h
Activists are blocking the entrances to BP’s London HQ. They have set up camp inside specially designed containers. BP can’t continue as if it’s business as usual in this we’re in.
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Greenpeace UK 4h
We’ve shut down 's London HQ because business as usual is just not an option. They are fuelling a harming millions of lives and the future of our living world. BP need to clean up or clear out.
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David Ritter May 13
I am here under a symbol of hope - the Sydney Harbour Bridge - with seven of my fellow Australians who represent the hundreds of thousands of our nation’s people who have already experienced climate disaster. it’s time to declare a
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Greenpeace NZ May 13
BREAKING: Six climate activists have scaled the Sydney Harbour Bridge to call on Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison to declare a via
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Greenpeace UK 2h
Five containers are blocking 's head office, specially designed and weighing several tonnes each. Activists are encased inside and they won't be easy to move
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Greenpeace 12h
We're living in a . So what motivates you to care and act on ?
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Divest Parliament May 14
📣 BREAKING: we've just secured a Westminster Hall Debate on fossil fuel divestment on Weds 22nd May! 🙌 = , right? 🌍 More details to follow...
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Greenpeace UK 2h
What a climber sees from the roof of ’s head office in London. We’ve shutdown the office because BP needs to help solve the , not fuel it with more oil and gas
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Greenpeace UK 9h
BREAKING: We’ve just shut down ’s offices in central London. This is a
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Andrea Lucas May 19
The UK Parliament declared a climate emergency... then carried on business as usual. Let me just remind them of the definition of emergency: Emergency n. 1 a sudden state of danger, conflict etc., requiring immediate action. And immediate means NOW.
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Greenpeace UK 4h
. say they’re all for getting emissions down. But guess what? They’ve been lobbying for new oil and gas in Alaska. Makes no sense in a
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