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tim anderson Oct 8
Something Inc missed; as well as destroying the lives of tens of millions, the US is also one of the world's biggest consumers of
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Alex Maycock Oct 12
Replying to @MaycockAlex
Meanwhile investors with trillions in their pockets are busy bullying polluters to get with the program and take their role in climate change seriously. “Cut the carbon or we cut the purse strings.”
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cdbrzezinski ⏳🌹 Oct 11
Replying to @LolaMotz
Warren’s plan: 1.DOES NOT call out the disinformation campaign OR hold them legally liable for knowingly destroying the environment 2.DOES NOT 3.DOES NOT remove the corporate profit motive from electricity production 👍 does!
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IRENA Oct 11
Renewable power is the cheapest source of electricity in many parts of the world already today, ‘Renewable Power Generation Costs in 2018’ report finds. are cheaper or w/in range of .
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#ClimateJustice Oct 12
A person with a pension might be investing in all these companies - without even knowing it! Don't assume your pension is doing good Find out more & take action 👇
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Jon Oct 11
. . . . We should hold the industry accountable for damaging our planet. They lied to us and continue to do so.
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Silicon Valley North Oct 12
Reading - + : "[T]he reasoning behind backing new oil and gas exploration has started to wear thin." Oil Giants, Under Fire From Climate Activists and Investors, Mount a Defense
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Torsten Luetten 🔆🌡🇬🇧🇩🇪 13h
This basically demonstrates what white poles and mountain tops do for us. With ice caps and glaciers melted, the darker water or rock underneath will heat up quickly until we're bust. Mind, this is not linear. It happens exponentially. Stop burning .
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EthosLifestyle 1h
Is it all in the messaging? A recent study said that people might be more willing to rally behind a plan to tax carbon if proponents simply dropped the t-word and called it “a fine on corporations” instead
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Nardia Haigh Oct 9
More than 60 NGOs including Greenpeace have called on the president of the European Investment Bank to honor its proposal to stop new funding for by the end of 2020.
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Prof Peter Strachan Oct 10
"The environment appears to be drowning in for the same reason that global temperatures continue to rise – have remained cheap and abundant" via
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ClimateChange Steves Oct 9
Politicians & Corporations knew were affecting the when Lyndon Johnson released a Science report in 1965 & the American Petroleum president warned "the heat balance will be so modified as possibly cause marked changes in the climate"
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Popular Resistance Oct 12
Groundbreaking studies about the insane magnitude of the US military's use of received no coverage in virtually all the US’s biggest newspapers and TV news channels.
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Gord Russell 7h
Looks like the Truthers have developed tunnel vision. The Climate is Changing, and it's Man-Made. Not just from , and not just from burning , if we don't include both, we're up shits creek. Pollution is Pollution regardless the source. 👌✌
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Jessica Peter 11h
Fossil fuel companies have had PR campaigns at the same level as tobacco companies had in the 60s when they were spreading misinformation that smoking doesn’t kill.
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Yle News Oct 9
Finnish power companies often don’t know the source of the energy products purchased from abroad
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Extinction Rebellion SLC Oct 12
Street Theater in for Utah's birds are drowning in ! It's time for the state and local governments to declare a . Video:
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Eco-Harry 7h
'Green taxes' are a bad idea because the polluters will make us consumers bear the cost but we can scrap subsidies and tax breaks for and fund research to make more efficient and economically viable to make it affordable.
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Deepak Kher 13h
For those who are enamoured of the calls for reducing use of , this should be an eye opener. We have our needs which can best be exploited by use of what we have and they cause lesser than the Developed World
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Rosie Emery Oct 12
Learn who they are! World's top three asset managers oversee $300bn fossil fuel investments need to remain in the ground!
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