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Flight Free UK Aug 23
Yesterday was – the day we use up the earth's renewable capacity for that year. We are living far outside the earth's means – this must change. Could you take a year off flying to help ?
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Population Matters Aug 28
was on 22 August this year. lays out 5 ways to achieve a world in which all thrive within the means of our one planet: 🌲 Healthy nature 🚴 Better cities ☀️ Clean energy 🍽️ Planet-friendly food 👫 Sustainable population
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EcoWatch Aug 23
Pandemic Delays 2020 by Three Weeks
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Justin Brice Guariglia 🦋🌈🌿 Aug 22
It’s Today, Aug 22, 2020 we have officially used more natural resources than our planet can renew in a year.⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ According to the , we’ve been ecologically overshooting since the…
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DNC Environment and Climate Council Aug 22
Today is , the date when we have used all the biological resources 🌍Earth can renew during the year. We currently use 60% more than can be renewed– as if we lived on 1.6 planets. From now till year's end, the ecological deficit grows.
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CASSE Aug 22
Today is ! It is the "date when humanity’s demand for ecological resources and services in a given year exceeds what Earth can regenerate in that year." We must ! Here are some great ways we can do that:
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Save Gloucester Sep 19
reminds us that humanity is running down ’s life support systems. There is a more fundamental threat to humans than the current & it encompasses much more than , writes Brian Fee.
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Earth Speakr Aug 22
This , as we use more from nature than the earth can replenish, we must ensure the generations that will inherit the future are heard by the generations in power now, and this day becomes a thing of the past.
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Christian Humm Sep 10
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India Climate Collaborative Aug 24
The coronavirus-induced global lockdown delayed by more than three weeks, falling on August 22nd this year - "the date when humanity has used all the biological resources that Earth can renew during the entire year." Read more here:
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Volans Aug 24
"In 2020, for the 1st time, — the day when our total consumption of resources overtakes our planet’s total production of the same resources — went backwards" Read our thoughts on the hope & warning provided by this year:
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The Climate Coalition Aug 23
It's the first day after , and many of us may be thinking about actions we can take to live more sustainably, like cycling more instead of driving 🚴 If you want to get involved, our pledge tool has some options to get you started 💚
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Popular Resistance Aug 23
This year, occured on August 22. It marks the imaginary point when humanity’s demand exceeds what can regenerate in that year. Global Footprint Network estimates 1.6 planets are required to support our way of life.
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Population Matters Aug 24
ICYMI: Last Saturday was , the day on which humanity has used up its resource budget for the entire year! Learn how slowing growth through empowering solutions will help us live within our planetary boundaries:
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#RakeshGoel Sep 1
Global have pushed back this year, but they cannot be an answer to challenges. We need a radical rethink for a sustainable future.
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Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose Aug 22
Last year, IIPP's contributed to “A mission-oriented approach to clean growth” as part of Independent Prosperity Review. Read more on Greater Manchester's ambitious 2038 carbon neutral challenge by .
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NERI Sep 2
In this NERI blog, argues that Polanyi's thoughts on the relationship between markets & society could help us address climate breakdown -
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Lauren Dudley📸 Aug 23
Did you know today is ? It’s the day we have exhausted nature’s budget for the year, and now everything we consume is taken from the future. What do YOU do for your eco footprint? What can you do more of? What tips do you have?
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Captain Bobcat Aug 24
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Steve Westly Aug 22
Today is , where we’ve reached the point in the year where we’ve overshot the amount of natural resources the Earth can regenerate in a year. It’s a reminder that we need to balance our consumption, and move towards a greener future.
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