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BigM Jan 21
Polar bears 10 year challenge. and
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Andre Beaulieu 10h
Watching the awesome ⁦⁩ take 600 guests at the through her climate strategies in Montreal.
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Book of Katherine 23m
closet. Remember when the White House Press Core looked like the one on the left - a year ago? Mixed? About 50/50 male to female? Look to the right. How many men are there? Where did they go? "He Said, She Said" Agenda 2016. The 's Lesbian Wicca power shows.
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UN Climate Change 21h
“The global challenges being highlighted at the World Economic Forum in Davos, with being front and center, can only be addressed through the combined action of business, government and civil society.” -
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Maria Elisa Araya 7h
My "googlear" method lost everything against . Thank you! ☀🌤⛅🌦👇
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Elphygirl Jan 21
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Fadiah Achmadi Jan 22
First snow of the winter season finally hit the Netherlands, thanks to . A capture of the Rotterdam Blaak tram and bus station with an underground railway and metro station in the centre of the city. And of course bike parking lots 😀
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Alexei T 2h
Just so we're clear, being the hottest place on Earth is not the way that I had hoped Australia would be leading the world re. when I started working on this thing ... but it's probably what our current level of policy ambition deserves.
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Environment Canada 14h
Join us live today at 1:00 p.m. EST to hear about how we’re working to fight and build a stronger, cleaner economy for all Canadians. 💪
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Anika Molesworth Jan 21
Replying to @GeorgeMonbiot
My home in western New South Wales. Weeks of 45/46 degrees C taking its toll on rural Australia & food production capabilities. Worst drought conditions we've ever experienced. As a young farmer I know there is no greater challenge than
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Jess Phoenix 🌋 3h
You mean actual scientists who have studied in depth? Fantastic. The scientific community is awaiting your call.
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Mamadou Sow 12h
THREAD! This is why and how and war make an explosive mix in the and .
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Gerald Butts 🇨🇦 15h
“Do you want to be a leader who is on the wrong side of the argument when the world was crying out for a solution? It’s as simple as that, I think.” PM on politicians who oppose action to fight
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350Australia Jan 21
We're facing another week of relentless hot weather. But it's not just 'hot weather'. This is weather impacted by that will have an affect on people's health, on our wildlife, and on roads and transport.
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Peter Gleick 6h
It’s too late to stop severe ...But it is not too late to slow the rate of change & accelerate the transition to diverse & increasingly inexpensive & effective renewable energy options available to us. We can, & must, still act.
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Sea Voice News Jan 21
China is installing enough solar panels to cover a football field every hour of every day. Renewable energy technology is here and we have the capability to act now and limit climate change.
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Gerald Butts 🇨🇦 16h
If only more Conservative politicians in Canada would take note.
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Luther Anhanger 3m
Al Gore laying it bare. I hope people watch and hear his words.
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Peter Whish-Wilson Jan 22
Our wilderness, our wildlife, our history, is on fire around Tasmania. I agree with the TNPA that we have to throw everything we can at this.
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Joeri Rogelj Jan 22
Did the report say that we have 12 years to act to avoid catastrophic ? No, it actually says we need starting today to have a fighting chance to limit warming to levels that wouldn't undermine our future wellbeing and societies.
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