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Audubon Society Dec 3
Bird-friendly landscaping provides food, saves water, and fights —one yard at a time. Learn how you can transform your garden into a native bird haven.
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Planetary Security🌍 Dec 3
😢 A farewell gift of The Trump administration is hastening its last-ditch effort to allow drilling in Arctic pristine nature, contribute to more and more loss of ‘Sale of Arctic Refuge Oil and Gas Leases Is Set for Early January’
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Christian Turner Dec 3
HRH The Prince of Wales champions the bond between nations. Today he spoke to to reaffirm 🇬🇧 & 🇵🇰 ties. Our friendship helps us tackle issues like & together
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Lisa Chitura Dec 4
affect different communities differently and there is no one size fits all. Today we are in Gwanda for the capacity building workshop.
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Dharmendra Pradhan 8h
Soil biodiversity is critical to all earth ecosystems. Health of the soil is also a key to a nation’s prosperity. This , let us pledge to raise awareness on preservation of soil biodiversity to fight and build a sustainable future.
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Copernicus EU Dec 2
data is open to all: it means any citizen or organisation around the world can access it openly and for free. But not only - scientists and policymakers use our information services to come up with solutions against !
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The Lancet Dec 2
NEW—No country is immune from health impacts of worsening climate change. Unless urgent action is taken, will threaten global health, disrupt lives & livelihoods, & overwhelm health-care systems: 2020 report
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Hon. MatopeNigel Dec 2
A pleasant experience at a farm in Shashe Block, Masvingo district. Farmers are practicing to enhance food security, resilience to & utilizing local natural resources to conserve their environment. Still to see young farmers get involved more though.
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Intl. WeLoveU Foundation | United States Dec 3
High tide flooding is not just a local issue. As ice continues to melt, the ocean continues to expand. It's time to make change in how we take care of our planet.
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New Electric Dec 2
From speedboats to cars to..Trucks! We've been steadily moving up the carbon foodchain, reducing the emissions footprint one bite at a time 😀
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Ten Billion Tree Tsunami Dec 3
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The Lancet Dec 2
📢Tonight 2330 h UK time, we publish the 2020 report of , the 5th annual report tracking 40+ indicators on links between health & authored by experts from 35+ institutions Follow Register for global launch
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Basil Seggos Dec 1
Breaking: announces new regs to reduce power sector emissions. Smaller "peaker" power plants that are usually in EJ communities now covered. Investment of proceeds from allowance auctions will provide equitable benefits to disadvantaged communities.🌎
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Alexander Verbeek 🌍 Dec 3
🌎 Here are 16 eco-friendly inventions that could help save the planet 😊 via
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Sean Melbourne Dec 2
1/3 Honoured to have been invited by to address senior policy makers this p.m. on Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services Accounting. Natural systems are on the front line of the fight against .
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World Meteorological Organization 22h
For 1st time, we have produced a story map for report with 7 key indicators 🌐Greenhouse Gases 📈Temperature 🌀Extreme Events 🐠Ocean Acidification 🌊Ocean Heat ⬆️Sea Level ⬇️Sea Ice 🧊Glacial Mass ➡️
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Moving for Climate NOW Dec 1
🔛 We need the greatest AMBITION and urgency in decision-making about : 📃 This is the first lever of our Manifesto, that we will present to in a Special Event during the Climate Dialogues.
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World Meteorological Organization Dec 4
The is heating at least 2x as fast as global average. ⬇️ in summer Arctic sea ice extent has repercussions for other parts of the world Arctic sea-ice annual minimum in Sept 2020 was 2nd lowest on record and in July and Oct lowest on record.
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Meghan Duffy Dec 1
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Earth Accounting Dec 2
Beautiful Yet Unnerving Photos of the Arctic Getting Greener via
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