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Greenpeace UK Aug 7
This week, BP committed to reducing its oil and gas production and investing in more renewable energy. , you've also contributed massively to the climate crisis, when will you take real action to reduce your planet-wrecking emissions? RT & tag !
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Licypriya Kangujam Aug 9
Tsavo National Park in Kenya πŸ‡°πŸ‡ͺ is burning since last two weeks and not a single global media pay attention. Is Kenya not a part of this World 🌍? Are you waiting for billion animals to die like Australia Bushfires? Period. πŸ“Έ:Classi News
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Extinction Rebellion UK 🌍 2m
Imagine working a 12 hour shift as a nurse, coming out to find this, and your car written off. How would you cope? How are you protecting them? Covid today, tomorrow.
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Mr MT #sisu 3.5%πŸ•―πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ίβ€οΈπŸ•·πŸŒπŸ–€πŸŽͺ 52m
Climate science can now show that every aspect of our weather is impacted by global heating. This will be the case from now on. We are in a
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Mike Hudema Aug 10
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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Patrick β“‹ Aug 11
This is what climate collapse looks like; overpopulated, consuming ignorant people who egocentric destroy their one and only planet. Mankind is sick. We don’t deserve this great planet.
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Climate-Friendly Food at COP 20m
Happy ! We're so excited to launch our new video campaign today 🌍🌎 Keep an eye out for supporter videos & please join us! Share a video here:
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Paul Dawson Aug 10
β€œFor decades the ocean has been acting like a sponge,” β€œBut 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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Greenpeace UK Aug 4
Breaking: Big announcement from BP this morning. By 2030: Oil and gas production cut by 40% πŸ“‰ Renewable energy production increased x20 πŸ“ˆ Low carbon investment increased x10 πŸ“ˆ There is much, much further to go, but has BP just woken up to the ?
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Jamie Schler Aug 11
Let's not forget every Obama-era control or regulation this admin has lifted: fuel efficiency/emissions standards, clean water rule, clean air regs, coal emission & waste regs, methane pollution regs, toxic pesticide bans, etc etc etc.
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Greenpeace Aug 8
Last month fires burnt out of control in Siberia's taiga forests. The total area burnt by forest fires last month was 24,700 sq kms - an area 10x the size of Luxembourg. This is a and it's getting worse. Governments MUST act. πŸ“Ή
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Paul Dawson Aug 7
We only have one Earth. Let's treat our home a lot better.
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Assaad Razzouk Aug 9
Europe going coal-free: 2016: Belgium 2020: Austria 2020: Sweden 2020: Portugal (new, was 2023) ... 2022: France 2023: Slovakia 2024: UK 2025: Ireland 2025: Italy (Art by Chinese artist Liu Bolin about destruction brought by coal, deforestation, pollution)
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Greenpeace Aug 9
A picture is worth a thousand words. πŸ‘€See for yourself: The ice is melting. The planet is warming. This is a
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Benjamin Gale 16m
These two articles next to each other only serves to highlight the weather extremes that will become commonplace if nothing changes.
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Peter D Carter Aug 10
Despite the Covid pandemic economic slow-down atmospheric CO2 is accelerating higher faster than ever, at a 23 million year high, now at mean 414.04 ppm
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Dogwood Aug 4
BREAKING: Public health doctor Tim Takaro is blocking Trans Mountain construction by occupying trees slated to be cut down, calling this "the right fight, in the right place, at the right time."
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Ujjwal Chaturvedi 🌸 Aug 11
" The best time to plant a tree was 15 years ago, the second best time is now! " 🌳 Watch:
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Licypriya Kangujam Aug 5
Sea water 🌊 and flood water 🌧 is at same level in Mumbai now.
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Gina Bates Aug 8
Meet Rachel Carson. Rachel researched that pesticides were killing wildlife on a grand scale. Her book Silent Spring is credited for advancing the Environmental Movement. This book made me into an environmentalist when I read it in 1983.
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