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Carla Graça 2h
It is an absolute must if we are really aiming to save our home.
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Mr McGrath Oct 11
RT Greenpeace: RT GreenpeaceU4C: We toured Europe's land and sea to unite the voices calling on governments and businesses to tackle the . Thousands have urged to and go 100% renewables. 👉Join the movement: …
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Jeannine Bednar 3h
Thank you very much , It will be excellent if stops funding any coal projects! and other banks in Africa must follow suiit, such as .
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Stormy Thunder Oct 5
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Coal+Diesel=dead Oct 9
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EnviroEdgeNews Oct 11
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Arik Ring Oct 5
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Stormy Thunder Oct 5
No coal here just Aussie brain power
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Nuvo Energy Oct 12
RT Greenpeaceafric : The only way forward for Mpumalanga, like many other coal-affected areas, is a to renewable energy use, that leaves no one behind ! >>
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Nuvo Energy Oct 11
SOLAR NEWS : RT pvmagazine : RT StephanParlow: AMAZING! These prices are no longer only achieved in the desert, but also in Portugal. That is about 1/4 of the price of European coal !
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Andrew♻️ Oct 8
Coal does NOT keep the light on. It pollutes the air, it uses up the water, and it makes the planet uninhabitable. Now!
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Dr Aidan Farrow Oct 10
A new coal power plant built now will operate for decades. It will still be emitting tonnes of CO2 when Greta and her generation are in their 40s. We need to now
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Dr. Earle Jamieson Oct 4
Replying to @EarleJamieson
And they think the lifetime of this new coal mine is 75 years. I seriously doubt that considering the momentum that climate change awareness is now gathering. But that won't stop the irreversible damage that will happen in the meantime
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Thomas Oct 12
Aussteigen, nicht aufschieben!
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Johanna Schäfer Oct 11
“We are the source of hope!” says Angela In we are not doing enough on the local level! Over the last 10 years Chile has build more than 14 power plants. That’s awful and not correct from the Host! You have to divest. ! ?
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Franzi Knauer Oct 10
It doesn’t matter how old you are, it’s definitely worth it to fight for an environmentally friendlier future on our !
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Raphael Weyland 🇪🇺 Oct 9
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Jeannine Bednar Oct 9
promptly establishing renewable energy development zones in Mpumalanga would be an important way to promote a , and still protect important farm land!
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Jeannine Bednar Oct 9
must stop funding of any new coal projects, which exacerbates the climate crisis! !
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Earthling 😷🌐✌🍀💕 Oct 8
Replying to @PaulEDawson
I understand that however Australia is an island a long way from the world. I think Australia would do better to keep it's planes and .
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