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SenatorSherryRehman Sep 21
Sometimes the task of mitigation seems too big to handle. Have a conversation about climatechange with someone you live or work with. Because ultimately, one conversation at a time is how we’re going to turn widespread awareness and concern into meaningful action.
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UN Environment Sep 21
Our Mountain Hero Michael Strasser is cycling from Alaska to Patagonia to raise awareness of climate change. He is now passing the Andes Mountains where is melting the last tropical glaciers in the world. Join him and ditch your car for our climate!
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Linsey Fagan 51m
We cannot continue to go backwards when it comes to and energy. We need to listen to scientists and work with global partners to protect the environment and leave it a better place for our children.
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Mia Farrow 2h
Nigeria: 300,000 ppl forced from their homes fleeing violence bet farmers & herders over water. Conflict exacerbated by religion, ethnicity & the erratic weather that accompanies and creates competition for water & arable land
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UN Environment 11h
Warmer ocean waters are undermining ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica. Now scientists have to figure out how much the vanishing ice will make global sea levels rise, an effort fraught with “mind-boggling” challenges. ➡️
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Paul Dawson 55m
“This is an important victory in the fight to protect the rainforest," “Other countries should follow Norway's leadership, and adopt similar zero deforestation commitments,"
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UN Environment 3h
is interfering with animal and plant reproduction systems. Changing weather patterns must be considered in conservation efforts. ☀🌸🦌
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Elizabeth May Sep 20
The evidence is continually becoming stronger, clearly saying to policy-makers around the globe that we are in a climate emergency.
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Climate Reality 10h
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World Bank Climate 25m
1.3 billion ppl depend on forests for their livelihoods 🌳👧🏻👨🏿👲🌲 Conserving can help fight & increase prosperity. Learn how countries are leading the way in conserving ecosystems while boosting sustainable development.
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Nancy Skinner 1h
This piece on real threat humanity, denial of is the most important story in history. We are all and now! He's 72, will not love what he left her children to live with if they survive.
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Paul Dawson 4h
The insect boom will primarily affect the world’s main staple crops — corn, wheat and soy. Wheat will likely see the largest crop losses... Two degrees of global warming could double the volume of wheat that is currently lost to pests.
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Paul Dawson 13h
"I also want to be clear that climate change is real, and it’s us." "I want you to understand how great certainty and great ignorance can coexist with each other."
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Rich Tehrani 4h
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John Curtin 12m
Here’s an interesting piece of info from KRING - the group of coastal flood managers around Europe - how each nation plans for sea level rise. Some differences but you’ll note none assume zero!
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Climate Reality 8h
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” – the more we curb carbon emissions, the less we have to adapt to
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Oceana 18h
What can hundreds of dead teach us about ? Learn more, via
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Climate Reality 18h
spells big trouble – and not just for polar bears
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Peter Gleick Sep 21
Taking the long historical view (i.e., long after I'm gone), who won an Oscar, Emmy, Grammy in 2018 is going to pale compared to the failure to address in 1988.
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James Gilbert Sep 19
Carbon dioxide emitted into the air from burning fossil fuels is mostly absorbed into the ocean, raising the temperature of ocean waters. Warmer ocean waters is a main ingredient to strengthening hurricanes.
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