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UN Climate Change Feb 13
New research shows global are rising at a fast pace due to melting ice sheets in and Oceans will be at least 65 centimeters higher by the end of the century compared to today
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sucheta rawal Feb 15
A1: Staying at a sheep farm in ! I even wrote a book about it 📚
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European Beauty Feb 10
Northern Lights dramatically paint the sky over Nuuk city in
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Lonely Planet Feb 15
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Jan Erik Waider 16h
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Canary Mission 14h
Alexa Moore works at a coffee shop by day, but after work she runs Nazi groups on Facebook and tweets about Jews in gas chambers
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Fabrizio Sitzia 22h
My top ten destinations that I would like to visit in my life: New Guinea
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Huw Thomas Feb 12
A young caribou is thinking...."What the hell is that?" 😀 (Good times in W )
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Xavi Bros Feb 13
WARNING: SEA LEVEL - 25 years of satellite data results: the rate of level rise is increasing by about 0.08 mm/year every year.This acceleration is driven mainly by accelerated melting in and : . Image credit NOAA SOS.
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highways&hailstones Feb 15
Unofficial 199 mph gust recorded in !
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Erica Cirino 19h
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MP Garza Feb 15
The chance that or the ice sheet will tip toward irreversible retreat is present at both 1.5 C and 2 C, draft study finds — but at 2 C, the likelihood of commitment to major sea level rise grows larger.
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Greenland Mapping Feb 15
We are super excited to launch our crowd funding campaign to help us get to Greenland! Check it out here and please please give what you can
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Huw Thomas Feb 13
Lunch al fresco for the goose catching team...enjoying a few arctic rays in W ....
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Mike Sparrow Feb 13
Melting ice sheets are hastening sea level rise, satellite data confirms
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Asaru 18h
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Threshold Podcast Feb 14
"A lot of southerners see , and other Indigenous peoples, as sort of this monolithic perspective and that everybody feels the same way. But there’s quite a bit of complexity ..."
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💥 ClimatePoet 💥 Feb 15
Replying to @Hohheli @ILuvCO2 and 2 others
So out of one side of your mouth you claim are regional thus invalid, and out of the other side of your mouth, your backyard is flooding so an imminent global catastrophe is at hand. 🤦‍♀️
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Passion Passport Feb 10
Videographer Dennis Schmelz traveled to ’s icy shores to capture the magic of its year-round winter wonderland. Watch his film, “The Beauty of Greenland,” here:
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Mikael Strandberg 48s
Our home in Greenland? I wonder when we will be back? Painting done by me ole mate David Raynalds who I met in B.C back in 1987
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