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Tim Cook Sep 13
“There is no conflict between a healthy planet and a healthy bottom line. It’s a false choice, and it’s one we must reject.” Thanks and everyone at Apple working to protect the earth for future generations.
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Future Nostalgia Now Sep 13
"Stop electing people who don't believe in science, or worse, pretend they don't to benefit their own self-interest." Harrison Ford at the Global Climate Action Summit.
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John Podesta Sep 14
The oceans make up more than 70% of the globe and absorb 40% of human carbon pollution but are mentioned just once in the Paris Climate Agreement. Today at we’re taking big steps to finally put oceans on the climate agenda.
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Nancy Pelosi Sep 13
Last night, I read from Pope Francis’ LAUDATO SI at Climate Summit Multi-Faith Service, lifting up indigenous communities for whom “land is not a commodity but rather a gift from God and their ancestors, a sacred space to interact to maintain their identity and values.”
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Gov. Brown Press Office Sep 14
👉 Closes Global Climate Action Summit: “We’re Launching Our Own Damn Satellite” 🌎
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Ceres Sep 14
“Eating meat is destroying the forests and wasting water. We can live without fossil fuel. We cannot live without water.” Jane Goodall,
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UN Climate Change Sep 15
The Global Climate Action Summit ended with a strong call to action and a slew of new commitments. See how the reacted to the results >>
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WWF 🐼 Sep 14
1.6 billion people depend directly on forests for their livelihoods, shelter, food and fuel, but even city-dwellers need forests and other ecosystems for clean air and water
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Global Climate Action Summit Sep 14
"It’s important to understand that each one of us makes an impact on the planet every single day. We have a choice when it comes to that impact—what we eat, buy & wear. Does it destroy forests? If it does, we have to be strong enough to not buy it."
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Sep 14
New York City is the biggest city in the country and that's why we're setting big goals: We will invest $4 billion of our pension funds in climate solutions. It's time to unlock the power of the grassroots. It's time for every city to join us.
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Al Gore Sep 12
China has a historic opportunity to contribute to global economic growth through low-carbon development and is demonstrating its commitment to do so at . It’s bold domestic action is an incredibly important signal to the world for our need to lower emissions.
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UN Climate Change Sep 14
“We could, at a pinch, live without . We cannot live without water” - Jane Goodall at on the importance of forest protection and
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American Forests Sep 12
There’s no better time to invest in forests – city trees keep temperatures and energy costs down, while improving air and water quality and mitigating effects of change like pollution and flooding.
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London Breed Sep 12
Mayors from around the world are joining us this week in San Francisco for to advance our bold commitments to reduce waste, decrease greenhouse gas emissions, and create a sustainable future.
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The Center for Impact at CCA Sep 14
Dr. Jane Goodall - what each of us chooses to eat, buy, use, vote for affects the climate - INDIVIDUAL ACTION COUNTS
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Global Climate Action Summit Sep 13
JUST LAUNCHED AT : Report released today identifies the speed, scale & solutions needed to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. >>
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Al Gore Sep 13
Exciting news from my good friend here at ! New Jersey is on track to reach the critical milestone of 3,500MW of offshore wind energy capacity by 2030. Wow! It’s clear that NJ is serious about addressing the climate crisis.
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Ford Foundation Sep 14
Peoples & traditional communities are climate solutions--because they are the best . Yet they are criminalized & killed for protecting their land. That's why they are fighting for .
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Salesforce Sep 13
As the first company to sign the Declaration, we're honored to be joined by 20 other companies during , including , , and , committed to reducing carbon emissions across all economic sectors. Learn more:
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Global Climate Action Summit Sep 13
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