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Mike Hudema Aug 18
We need to do better. There is no planet B. This one is all we've got.
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Prof Peter Strachan Aug 20
The Rainforest is on fire & the smoke can be seen from Space "The Amazon has been burning for weeks amid increasing . The intense smoke was detected by & plunged into darkness on Monday."
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Marco Lambertini Aug 20
A brief moment in the life of a Sumatran captured by our camera trap. Magnificent! <400 survive in the whole of Sumatra. for Illegal palm oil & poaching are the main threats We have the responsibility to preserve safe wild spaces
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Assaad Razzouk Aug 20
Amazon on Fire: On top of 88% increase in , Amazon now reeling under 72,000 fires this year - up 83% and highest number since records began, likely fueled to illegally deforest land for cattle ranching Thank you President Bolsonaro
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antonio rodriguez Aug 19
"Disorder and Regression" Germany and Norway have frozen aid funds for Brazil, the Amazon Fund, for Bolsonaro's devastating environmental policy.
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IPBES 17h
🌲 contributes around 10% of human-induced greenhouse gas emissions.🌲 If we want to prevent further , halt and protect , we cannot continue with business-as-usual.
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Máiréad Ⓥ🐷🐮🐣🐟 Aug 20
Replying to @Sozialdemokrati
The beef industry is a leading cause of destruction. Eating a lot of meat is a wealthy country phenomenon with cattle exported from countries like Brazil which uses slave labour & is a leading cause of killing rainforest .
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Daisy Fuentes Marx Aug 22
Cattle ranching is the primary reason for Amazon fires. They’re clearing out land for cattle ranching. Eliminating or reducing meat consumption is one of the ways we can help. I’m glad I no longer contribute to that horrific industry Are you?
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Mayang Lens Aug 22
Today, we have oxygen to breathe & sustain. Tomorrow it will reduce. Future generations might not survive on this planet. What have we done? What are we doing? What are we going to do?
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Mike Hudema Aug 21
The rainforest, the world’s largest tropical forest has been on fire for 3 Weeks. It’s blazes are so intense that they blacked out the sky. We must and stop : . There is no planet B.
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Guido van der Werf Aug 22
Update on Brazilian that have been in the news a lot because of increased there. Our Global Fire Emissions Database (GFED) based on satellite data confirms high fire activity in state of Amazonas. However ...
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Kaveh Madani | کاوه مدنی Aug 21
The rainforest has been burning for weeks at a record rate, adding to an already alarming level of .
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PK Read Aug 22
Submitted a draft petition to EU re: the massive EU-Mercosur (S. America) trade deal agreed to this summer. The petition requests that the deal only be ratified by Member States & EU Parliament if robust env. protection/sanctions prohibit
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Prof Peter Strachan Aug 16
Catastrophe Growing concerns over Amazon "the rate has increased by 278% in the year to July, resulting in the destruction of about 870 square miles" & have now halted fund payments
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▪️ Corkerina ▪️ Aug 20
when I learned the have raged for 3 WEEKS. already destroys 3 football fields per minute. Ironically, yesterday was . is on fire and a died.
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Nathalie Boltt Aug 21
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WWF-India Aug 22
Wake 👏 up 👏 world 👏 Our largest is seeing record numbers of fires this year - a direct consequence of the increase in
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FutureSaveNG Aug 15
Natural climate solutions like ending and restoring degraded forests could, at the global level, create 80 million jobs, bring 1billion people out of poverty and add US 2.3 trillion in productive growth.Our NGO is taking steps toward tree planting system in Nigeria
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Pierre Markuse Aug 22
🔵Thread! - in Brazil by Slash-and-Burn agriculture. Here you can see an area NE of Ji-Paraná, , 🇧🇷 in October 2015. Already established are a few roads and plots that are already deforested. Image is 48 kilometers wide. 1/5
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John Morales Aug 22
Replying to @JohnMoralesNBC6
"Deforestation of the Amazon has increased rapidly since Mr. Bolsonaro...took office & his government cut back on efforts to confront illegal activity in the rain forest" "huge increase in [] in the Amazon this year"
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