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jimsjim Nov 9
Climate change isn’t in 2050 or 2100. It’s today. Fires expanding 20 miles per day and cities burning to the ground is our future; it’s also our present
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Earth Strike Nov 11
On January 15th, 2019. We will strike.
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Robert Rohde 12h
Replying to @RARohde
I also created an animated version which helps to emphasize how weather conditions during California's fire season have evolved over time.
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Bill Mitchell 4h
Liberals are blaming for the wildfires in CA. Let's see. I lived in CA 25 years ago and it was a tinderbox even then. What's amazing is that there have not been MORE of these devastating fires. The entire state is basically kindling.
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Mac Man 20m
.!Anti-science slime!delayed progress 4 the🌎!in fighting !Dumbed down the global conversation!w his obscene rags!&media holdings!Hey Rupie!Tapped any phones of dead childrens'grieving parents...lately?Rupie!Proof we need to breakup media!Rupie!CREEP!!
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Carlos Curbelo Nov 10
Actually they’re being caused at least in part by this thing called . Remember I told you about how it’s also causing the threatening
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Josh Fox Nov 10
I just proposed a continuing series to in which I would report on all over the world by examining dance, culture, food, music and performance. They rejected it, saying that they don’t believe climate change can be an ongoing series. Tell them they’re wrong!
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Growth4Peace 6m
Holistic Planned Grazing builds up soil organic matter which can hold water again and consists 50% of carbon and can reverse climate change
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UNISDR Nov 10
250,000 people evacuated as officials put most of northern under a Red Flag Warning, which means "extreme fire behaviour" can occur within 24 hours; 16 active .
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Anne-Maria Yritys 7m
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Randall Gates Nov 11
The high amplitude meridonal jet stream flow we are now beginning to see more frequently is both a predicted effect of and a factor influencing extreme weather events, including the current h/t
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Robert Rohde 12h
This year, like 2017, California has had an unusually hot & dry fire season. Most of the largest and most destructive wildfires in CA history have happened under such conditions. Climate change is making this situation worse.
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Climate Council 1h
[NEW REPORT] Short-term solutions will be ultimately futile without rapid action to tackle .
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Sebastian Bach Nov 10
Oh my God. Thousand Oaks is not in the forest. Agoura Hills is not in the forest. Malibu is not in the forest. the reason for these fires is called . It's called . And it's only going to get worse because you don't know or care what a forest is
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John Van Der Kallen 4m
Children at schools without air conditioning will be disadvantaged compared to the others
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IPCC 12h
Registration for expert & government review of two special reports open now
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#ClimateAction 1m
It crashed thru the bushes straight at me.
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Earth Strike NJ/NY 7m
Together we will fight for our planet and our species. January 15th, 2019.
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Cat Knott Nov 10
despite delayed train travel made it for our monthly dose of motivation with YLDP
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Earth Strike 17h
You decide. Please retweet and spread the word!
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