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Prof Alastair Driver Apr 18
OK you've seen - The Facts and you've heard Sir explain that we need to not only reduce emissions but also remove existing from the atmosphere. Well - the solution starts here with the @RewildingBritain petition:
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Rob Lofthouse Apr 18
After watching with I apologise for my previous comments regarding school aged young adults going on strike in protest. I have been humbled. Our children must inherit this world. ♻️❤️🌏⏳
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Extinction Rebellion 🐝⌛️🦋 Apr 18
Looking forward to the new programme 'Climate Change - The Facts' on tonight. Sir David says we face "irreversible damage to the natural world and the collapse of our societies". If you're scared by this, join :
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Paul Hoskin Apr 18
A 7yo me watching & had eyes opening with awe at his beloved & A 48yo me watching his programme tonight has eyes with tears at the sight of baby clinging to their dead mothers stop 🌳🌱
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Eilidh Robb Apr 18
Thank you for finally bringing the fierce reality of to the masses. 🌎 You continue to remain an inspiration. ✊
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Harriet Beadnell Apr 18
David Attenborough is such an inspiration! It will be his lasting legacy if we all listen to what he and the scientists all have to say about how we can avoid environmental devastation in the future.
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Mark Fox Apr 18
Replying to @wwf_uk
WWF UK () Tweeted: “The plan is obvious: stop doing the damaging stuff.” Saving our planet is in reach. Here explains what we must do together to solve the challenges facing our world.
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Daniel Raven-Ellison Apr 18
Can we find space to grow more trees to lock-up carbon in the UK? Yes. We can more than double the size of the UK's woodlands. How? By giving more space to trees and less space for cows and sheep.
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ExSar Apr 18
presenting a one sided argument on climate change. Well it's always bleeding changing and maybe that's a good thing.
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 Apr 18
Tonight at 9pm, will narrate . Join us as we tweet along. We hope the programme will not hold back in conveying the seriousness of the , and the urgent changes governments need to make, worldwide.
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Sophia Apr 18
If the sight of an orangutang in a burning forest on doesn’t make you want to sit up and save our planet, then I don’t know..
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Tony T Apr 18
I watched the climate change programme tonight. At a time when we need to be cooperating across borders and tackling the most urgent of issues, we instead decide is the way to go, build walls between our near neighbours and become insular and petty..😠
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Gav Apr 18
Watching the programme. I fee alternate depression & utter total rage. And wankers in London are complaining they're a bit late for work. Fuck em.
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Dr. Niamh Shaw Apr 18
Replying to @BBC
Ok: 1. buy wisely & think of carbon impact 2. insulate our homes 3. buy local food 4. buy pre-loved items or high quality items that last longer 5. reduce beef & lamb diet 6. Start a relationship w our planet & our community. Good luck everyone!
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YourOldPalJoey Apr 18
is scaring the shit out of me here. Humans are shite
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Matt Wallden Apr 18
If you’re concerned about , one small and easy thing you can do to help is to switch your search engine to - they plant 1 tree per 50 searches.
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Nicola Kerr Apr 14
Love this man and he is absolutely correct!
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Stephi King Apr 18
This is such important viewing. and the scientists are telling it how it is. Hope the ppl who deny climate change will watch and then make their own documentary about the “facts” that say it doesn’t exist.
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victoria dewberry Apr 18
think you need to tune into and listen to because despite what you think- climate change is very much real and happening 😢
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Bella Caledonia Apr 18
If you've watched and you are awake to - don't 'Like' it then celebrate another fucking North Sea Oil discovery. The two things are incompatible and you're complicit in this.
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