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NETSPRING 7h
We have a bright future, it is our responsibility to support equity and against and short term to save and protect our
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Clean Energy Wire May 29
EU cut its emissions by 23.2% from 1990 to 2018 - official data Over same period, EU’s contribution to global is estimated to have decreased from 15% to 8%
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Gray2Green Movement 9h
and other trap heat in the Earth’s atmosphere. And We keep burning , releasing huge amounts of carbon pollution and trapping more and more heat in the atmosphere. humans are the primary reason we see our changing today
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Capt Banshiva Ladva 8h
It's not just the emissions. It is the unbelievable rocket-rise of consumerism & the demise of local , & all the damage to our , and over-consumption brings along
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Marine Valmier May 30
When the grown so high and thick during the that you need a to find your collars inserted in the soil for chamber measurement 😂 ☘️ (in every sense of the word) 😎
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ClimateChange Steves May 28
Clean Gas is a dirty lie & its being spread in British Columbia. power for & production destroys 30,000 acres of farmland & forest that sequesters & threatens . Add pipelines & processing & LNG 's no better than coal.
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Council of Palm Oil Producing Countries May 29
Sneak Peek 3/3. Some researchers confirmed the plantations improved the resulting in less emission. Today we will launch an animation that shows how this works. Stay with us!
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Cape Cod Climate Change Collaborative 12h
Hands down the best visual display of how Change - and don’t change we’ve seen. Excellent teaching tool! ⁦
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The Climate Registry May 28
Curious how water and energy utilities in California are working together to reduce resource consumption and emissions? Check out “Rewiring Water Conservation for Energy,” a new white paper by ’s Water-Energy Efficiency Task Force:
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Rob Somerville May 29
It is not so clear if the Govt believes that Canada needs a cattle industry. I kind of think they would be happier if there were fewer burping cows. But then what about emissions from jet planes?
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Ogbu Sylvester May 30
If only we understand that some of our selfish pleasurable actions are more detrimental to us than the minute excitement we experience. Take out time to read on 's, and the call for
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Ramandeep Singh Mann May 30
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NETSPRING May 27
When it comes to protect our and , we need to listen to science. For those who take advantage of , lies and bogus excuses have always been way cheaper than honest remedies for all
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Argus Media May 29
Australia's greenhouse gas () fell by 0.9pc to 532.5mn t of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e), with most of the falls coming from lower emissions in electricity generation and agriculture |  Argus' Kevin Morrision reports:
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The Climate Registry May 29
Our May newsletter is out! Check out “Coffee with Climate Leaders WFH” Ep. 4 featuring Julie Cerqueira, Executive Director of ; CA's first-ever verified metric for water, climate events you can attend virtually and more.
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Mathias Hoffmann May 26
We're looking for you! You are a Master student searching for an interessting (financially supported) thesis topic? emissions#Nitrogen#Agriculture advertisement
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Johan Rockström May 26
+40 million doctors, nurses & health professionals demand leaders take recovery action to reduce , reform subsidies, scale , ramp up public transportation, reduce emissions.
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ClimateChange Steves May 27
doesn't like having their plans exposed. They were calling on Canada to ship "more" fossil fuels before others do it. Adding 's to pay costs of the pandemic is insane. Now "The Tweet is Unavailable" Stop
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Matt B May 26
There is only one answer here. Otherwise, the door is over there.
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EnviroIndex May 29
Emissions for Dairy Systems🐄 KgCO₂E/kg Milk* 🥛| Country 7.1 🇧🇷 BRA 5.1 🇵🇱 POL 4.6 🇮🇪 IRL 3.9 🇬🇧 GBR 3.8 🇫🇷 FRA 3.7 🇮🇹 ITA 3.6 🇸🇪 SWE 3.4 🇪🇸 ESP 3.3 🇳🇿 NZL 3.2 🇩🇪 DEU 3.1 🇩🇰 DNK 3.0 🇳🇱 NLD 2.9 🇺🇸 USA *Production emissions + Carbon opportunity cost ()
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