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Caroline Lucas Jun 27
Essential reading from ⁦: Even⁩ if UK hits net zero by 2050, emissions would be 2 or 3 times greater than our fair share of emissions under the Paris Agreement - so we need far greater ambition
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Greenpeace Jun 26
"The climate and ecological crisis cannot be solved within today's political and economic systems. That isn't an opinion. That's a fact." ~ The needs an emergency response.
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Mark Lynas Jun 30
Pro-nuclear environmentalists rally in Paris against Greenpeace, which is advocating closure of reactors despite the inevitable resulting rise in carbon emissions.
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Caroline Lucas Jun 25
Temperatures of 45C in the Arctic, emissions rapidly rising post Covid & time rapidly running out on the We can't afford more dither & delay, as made clear today Me in 👇
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Greenpeace 45m
High temperatures are re-igniting these “zombie fires” in . More than 3 million hectares of valuable forests are currently burning, hundreds of megatons of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere.
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Greenpeace Jul 2
Antarctica is heating three times faster than the rest of the planet. And that's a problem.
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💧 Vivian Harris (⧖) Jul 1
Global heating will make it much harder for tropical plants to germinate, study finds
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Mike Hudema Jun 27
Saving whales is essential in the fight against the . If they go they may take us with them. We're all in this together. We have the solutions. Time to break free from fossil fuels and implement them.
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Paul Dawson 10h
“For decades the ocean has been acting like a sponge,” “But it can’t keep up.” Since the 1980s, oceans have absorbed as much as 30% of global carbon dioxide emissions and an even larger share of the excess heat,
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IStructE Jul 1
Make time to read the July issue of ! This month we focus on calculating the embodied carbon of projects as we address the and designing for torsion in steel
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Mr MT #sisu 🕯🇪🇺❤️🕷🌏🖤🎪 Jul 1
3636 days There is currently no zero carbon building requirement in UK legislation. The plans that existed were scrapped by the Conservatives in 2015. You now want to start a massive house building programme. When will zero carbon be mandated?
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Greenpeace Jun 26
"Out of sight isn't out of danger." Just like the needs an emergency response.
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Max Black ⚫️ Jun 25
I wonder how many people will die this bushfire season because the ABC won't exist to inform people of imminent danger
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Mike Hudema Jul 1
Colombia is planting giant corridors of trees to cool down the city and fight . We have solutions to the . Time to ditch fossil fuels and implement them.
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Jonathan Bartley Jun 30
Never been tribal. And I respect those who want to stay & fight for the soul of Labour But to all those who want to make a stand in the face of Coronavirus, the and the looming economic crisis you’ll find a warm welcome in
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John Englart EAM 🌏💦 Jun 28
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Greenpeace Jun 27
"Climate change isn’t locked down and it isn’t practising social distancing." Just like the needs an emergency response.
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Friends of the Earth Jun 27
Ploughing huge sums of taxpayer money into a gas extraction project in the middle of a ? Irresponsible, dangerous and a complete mockery of the government’s so-called :
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IStructE 17m
How do you go about calculating the embodied carbon of a project? , Orlando Gibbons and Will Arnold offer a brief guide (with worked example) in this free article previewing a forthcoming IStructE publication
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Martin Tye Jun 30
China understands that their principal threat comes not from overseas, but from an angry, dissatisfied populace. Our politicians would do well to learn from them.
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