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Robert Rohde Jun 21
Today is the and day, where people all over the world are thinking about . Here is a inspired animation. Share your own climate stripes from
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UN Climate Change Jun 21
Today, meteorologists & climate scientists around the World are raising awareness about by showing their warming stripes to highlight the rise in global temperatures. too >> Some versions by our followers 👇
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IPCC Jun 21
Human activities are estimated to have caused approximately 1.0°C of global warming above pre-industrial levels, with a likely range of 0.8°C to 1.2°C. Read the full report ➡️
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change 22h
To those who say it's not possible... “In the 1960s and 70s, Costa Rica had the highest per capita deforestation rate in the world. We have managed not only to stop deforestation but to double forest coverage”
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Rebecca Henderson Jun 21
This is the thing about so far: it keeps happening *faster* and more dramatically than we anticipated. From a perspective those odds are terrifying. It's time to act — business, government, everyone.
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change Jun 21
“In Scotland alone, around 9.5 million tonnes of CO2 each year are removed from the atmosphere by our forests — this is a clear example of why an increase in tree planting is so important in the fight against climate change.”
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BBC World Service Jun 23
"My biggest fear is that fish will disappear." Will , mining and a proposed new Arctic railway end Sami people's traditional way of life in Lapland?
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change Jun 21
To fight we need to it's that simple! "Norwegians are starting to question their biggest export and source of wealth amid growing concerns over climate change." "Even some oil executives had already given up on Lofoten,"
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change Jun 21
We’ve not experienced anything like this since I’ve been working in agriculture If this sounds like part of the climate crisis, it is. As the planet warms, extremes in heavy rain and drought are becoming the new normal
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David Beard Jun 21
Pink Floyd's sold his guitars, including the 'Black Strat' of 'Dark Side of the Moon,' 'Comfortably Numb' & 'Shine On You Crazy Diamond,' for $21 million, which he gave to help fight . Pictured: Gilmour & his grandson
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change Jun 22
“The world faces two existential crises, developing with terrifying speed: climate breakdown and ecological breakdown,” “Neither is being addressed with the urgency needed to prevent our life-support systems from spiralling into collapse."
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Mike Hudema Jun 20
Unbelievable. Tory MP Mark Field assaults a female protester at 's speech. The tories may be scared of people talking about but this is no way to treat anyone.
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Greenpeace Jun 23
Anyone born since 1977 has lived their entire lives in an already changed climate.
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Dr. Dena Grayson 24h
⁉️WHAT⁉️ Armed right-wing militia groups are *threatening VIOLENCE* to prevent police from arresting state senators who fled to to block legislation from passing. TOTAL disregard for the rule of law by the .🤬
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Wildstars.TV 18h
Some positive news to start the week....
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Dr. Dena Grayson Jun 23
🔥LIAR🔥 Pence *refuses* to admit that the is a threat and then falsely claims: “America has the cleanest air and water in the world.” : “That’s not true.”👏🏼👏🏼 Pence: “Uh....ah....um....”
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UNESCO Jun 23
The upcoming in reminds us that is real. It's a race against time but it's a race we can still win. is more important than ever, we have to act NOW:
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Robert Leonard 53m
Paying farmers to help fight climate change will also bring many other rewards.
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Little Green Space 🐝 Jun 23
A single tree can absorb 10 pounds of air pollutants per year. So planting native trees - and protecting established trees - is good for our health and wellbeing, as well as for helping wildlife and biodiversity, and for tacking ! 🌳🌳🌳
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UN Climate Change Jun 23
What we eat has a big impact on our health and the environment🥦🥕Food experts at the Conference have called for more climate-friendly, healthy & sustainable diets in line with the goals of the and the 👉
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