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Randall Gates Nov 28
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Steve Nov 28
Hey , New South Wales has just recorded its hottest November day ever. Is now a good time to discuss ? NZ is about to declare a What is yr plan?
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Sabine Bellstedt Nov 28
This. Is. Not. Okay. It’s not normal for this map to be so purple.
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Mike Hudema Nov 21
Senegal is planting 80 million trees to fight desertification, protect farmland, and fight the . We have the solutions. Tell your gov't to implement them.
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr Nov 24
So wrong! A total of $110 billion in direct + indirect benefits went to 66 companies, including between $10.4 + $15.2 billion in direct disbursements to coal, oil + gas companies that are largely responsible for worsening .
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Moms #ClimateActionNow 3m
Remembering when America led on .. Hope that will continue the leadership. 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
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Eco-shout 8h
Logging halted in Narbethong, Powelltown, Rubicon Valley in Vic and Olney Forest in NSW today. in a
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Alexander🦙 Nov 27
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Daniel Calverley Nov 27
Governments only shift into mode when they: 1)spend what it takes to win 2)create the necessary economic institutions; 3)move from incentive-based to mandatory measures; 4)tell the truth about the severity & urgency of the crisis.
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John Chung-En Liu 劉仲恩 8h
Honored to speak at the press conference host by legislator Sunhan Hung (洪申翰) in Taiwan's Legislative Yuan today. I join Dr. Yuan Tseh Lee, Taiwan's first Nobel Prize laureate, and others to call for rapid action to address . More info:
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Caroline Lucas Nov 25
Nearly 15 minutes in and Sunak has failed to even mention the or - yet says there is a ‘fiscal emergency’? Utter nonsense and dereliction of duty to current and future generations
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Greenpeace 3h
"We have seen about 20 centimeters sea level rise in the last century ... Sattelite measurements show a five-centimeter sea level rise every decade, a dramatic acceleration." Governments must act.
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WEXIT Barbie Nov 27
B.C. glaciers 38% per cent thicker than expected, surprising study finds "surprising study finds" no fucktards, we are NOT surprised by this the only is that my truck won't start because it's fucking cold outside 🥶
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Forest Conservation Victoria 15h
Logging halted near Powelltown on woiworung country! Threatened species have been found all through the area which has been and continues to be decimated by logging.
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University of Exeter Nov 25
We are delighted to announce that the work of our staff and students on the and has won a 2020 sustainability award! 🎉🌎 🦋
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Mike Hudema Nov 23
The hottest temp ever recorded in Antartica this year. It was nearly 65 degrees Fahrenheit (18.3 Celsius). We're in a . Time our governments did something about it.
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Forest Conservation Victoria 13h
Yet another successful today action in Olney, NSW! This patch of forest has been protected for another day. Its time to call an end to native forest logging for good.
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Mike Hudema Nov 22
China is installing enough to cover a football pitch every hour of every day. They're even making them look like pandas. We have the solutions. Tell your gov't to implement them.
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Liz Hicks Nov 27
“What many people across the continent are facing today is the effects of the climate emergency at 1.4°C of global heating — and we’re on track for 4.4°C of heating by the end of the century” —
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Matthew Rimmer Nov 26
“We’ve always considered climate change to be a huge threat to our region, and it is something we must take immediate action on,” New Zealand's set to declare climate emergency
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