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Johan Rockström Oct 10
IPCC 1.5 C report clear. 1.5 is our climate planetary boundary. To reach it IPCC adopts Global Carbon Law. We need to cut emissions by half by 2030, which is possible as we show in
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SustainUS Oct 11
It's been three weeks since we interrupted . has still not announced an end to fossil fuel permits in California. It's his last chance to stop poisoning communities
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DiCaprio Foundation Oct 4
Water missed the main stage at the . It should be front and center via
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SB Channelkeeper Oct 22
Last month, California hosted the , where leaders from across the world came together to deepen commitments for Ocean Climate Action. Meanwhile, are doing their part to defend our coast against . Read more here>
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Forest Trends Sep 19
We applaud commitments made @ last week for that can get us 37% of the way to the Paris targets. Of course, nature does more than sequester carbon. Which means climate leaders have an unexpected ally: the water sector.
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Hydrogen Council Oct 8
At last month’s , the Council reiterated its commitment to a goal of decarbonizing 100% of used in transport by 2030. We are committed to doing our part in advancing a future. Happy Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day!
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Alissa Walker Sep 18
Walking and biking will lower emissions faster, yet mayors keep pushing electric vehicles as a climate change solution. My report from
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Nature4Climate Oct 16
is the original and most natural carbon-capture technology that has been in use for over 1 billion years. Don’t let nature become Find out more at
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GEF Oct 3
Committed to , is already making strategic investments in innovative across 28 cities & 11 countries to support game-changing environmental plans that can be adopted at scale
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Scripps Oceanography Oct 19
Replying to @codyhooven
He’s still fighting for that worldwide mobilization. Just last month he attended the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco to contribute to the conversation about solutions. He's pictured here at with Scripps alumna .
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Global Climate Action Summit Nov 30
Here's what happened at : 🌏100+ countries 💪5000+ climate leaders 👩315+ speakers ♻️500+ climate commitments 📱3.4+ billion social media impressions 🏙️350+ affiliate events VIEW MORE ➡️
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Global Climate Action Summit Nov 27
Ahead of , here's a look back at what we accomplished together at :
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Tammy Tran Oct 3
🌤 My daughter & I walked to her school as our first action to clear the air today. What parent or kid doesn’t love 🌈 & clean air? Happy ! Join us:
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Alastair Mant Sep 21
The Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment was officially launched at last week. Read about it here and see how to become a signatory. And some more exciting news from on this soon...
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Tech Mahindra Oct 18
How can we combat climate change by leveraging and technologies? Listen to @CTL_TechM talk about 's For Action initiative powered by at ! Join our community today -
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GEF Oct 10
There is more to look forward to this autumn than pumpkin spice lattes. A new report by is set to trigger systematic change to keep global emissions in check as prioritizes low-carbon cities
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Hydrogen Council Nov 16
Flashback to the Council's 2018 CEO meeting in - a lot of great strides were made during and there is still so much more to come! Take a look:
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Global Climate Action Summit Mar 20
Building on the foundation of their pledge, today announced plans for greener cups, strawless lids, and the ability to track the sustainable sourcing of every cup of coffee: ♻️👏
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WRI Ross Center Sep 21
Most people don’t associate cities with , but urban areas are actually dependent on healthy forests. Today, 45 join the initiative & commit to pursue a new strategy: Protecting forests near and far
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linus ndonga Sep 26
Friends! I'm taking the pledge and opting out of industrial meat. I pledge to cut my meat consumption in half, choose raised meats, and eat more proteins. Join me: !
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