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Mike Hudema Jan 19
This 91 year old man is named John. He was arrested at a protest in London for trying to save our planet for future generations. Be like him.
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Licypriya Kangujam Jan 25
I’m not sure will read this or not. Since his appeal of single used plastics free India 🇮🇳 on 15 Aug ‘19, I spoke about bad effects of single used plastics to over 300,000+ people in 7+ countries including at in the last 5 months.
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水守みどり Jan 24
Severe weather could be prevented by metal things directly put on ground. The more contact areas at the higher places, the more efficient. Because severe weather occurs according to massive steam gathering to electricity due to water polarization; they ground electricity.
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Timjbo 🇦🇺 💧 49m
The is a lobbyist arm of the , the people who arranged the campaign in time for , is about raising cash donations as the needs cash. They have become desperate, why they are using kids as a front which has all been done before.
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Nakabuye Hilda F. Jan 24
I've come to think that is another form of Environmental racism and apartheid. I said so at "The impacts of especially in Africa a bit reminds me of the rampant racism & apartheid my ancestors endured." Do we have to endure all the time?😭😭
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UN Climate Change Jan 19
Sunday inspiration: The sculpture ‘Give’, made by our partner Lorenzo Quinn. made the iconic hands holding up a house in Venice to warn against rising sea levels, a model of which was on display in Madrid.
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Raffaella Pizzichetti Jan 25
It's time to act for the planet and thanks to I can give my contribution
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Extinction Rebellion Gambia Jan 19
“You’ve been negotiating for the last 25 years. Even before I was born,” , climate activist from Uganda, told leaders at conference in Madrid. “I am the voice of the dying children, displaced women and people suffering at the hands of climate crisis.
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Carys Cunningham Jan 25
A stark contrast to last week - no fieldwork this week but I did sit on a panel of researchers to discuss the outcomes of last year. Thanks for the invite , it was a privilege! Looking forward to a couple of days back out in the field next week!
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AmancioJSilvJr ️ Jan 25
📺 VIDEO >> At economic solutions were discussed, but key questions remained about the social dimension of climate change and how to make the low-carbon transition inclusive and just. WATCH the Group recap 👇🏻
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Inlaks Nigeria Jan 22
Here are 5 tech innovations that could tackle climate change. Considering the growing evidence of its impacts and apparent deadlock by global (political) leaders, it's time to take decisive action as seen in the recently concluded .
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Guftagoo Jan 24
Dr. Dhanasree Jayaram writes on the progress made by the The 25th UN Climate Change Conference, Madrid, in reaching consensus to finalize several aspects of the “rulebook” of the Paris Agreement reached in 2015.
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Sam Poskitt Jan 23
I see the projector is giving an appropriate warning for a debrief on
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Mansfield Center 12h
Lily Clarke received support from six different departments here at UM, including the Mansfield Center, to attend . Read more about her take-away from the climate change summit & why scientific studies alone cannot shift voters' environmental values.
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💧 the australian goanna Jan 19
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Elizabeth Gulugulu Jan 25
Only those who do not understand the process of negotiations will say was a failure. Because Parties did not agree on certain isues does not make it a failure it's a process which needs a lot of consultations with experts in the field before agreeing to any terms.
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Dhanasree Jayaram Jan 24
A brief recap of what happened at and my take on the future of climate talks...
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Global Environment Facility (GEF) 7h
Climate change in Seychelles is not a distant prospect - it’s a daily reality. Leaders like Victorin Laboudallon show how, with ecosystem-based strategies, communities can adapt to climate change while protecting biodiversity:
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CCL Canada Jan 25
Replying to @vanessa_vash
Vanessa, you are an exceptional climate activist. It saddened & maddened us to read that you were cropped out of that photo. Please know that you have fans in Canada and you were one of Cathy Orlando's heroes.
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💧 the australian goanna Jan 19
Same miserable, stinking, ignorant attitude Morrison had to
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