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Thomas Binder, MD ⏳ Sep 14
1/14 The sun has always been the best antidepressant. It is especially potent against (un)consciously (agitated-depressive) science-denying sun-, cosmic rays-, clouds- & ocean- (low-pass filter of the climate system because of their heat content) deniers in .
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James Renwick Aug 28
Fun factoid mentioned at meeting today: Total CO2 emissions in the first 100 years since Industrial Revolution (1750-1850) equivalent to 6 weeks' emissions in 2018.
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Mike Hudema Sep 1
These microgrids allow houses to share energy. They've already "helped one Dutch village become 90% energy self-sufficient" We have the solutions to the . Let's implement them. Sign on today:
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IPCC Sep 6
The IPCC Special Report on Climate Change and Land
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Ian James Aug 29
As the oceans continue to heat up and rise, they’re ‘poised to unleash misery on a global scale,’ scientists warn in new UN climate report ⁦⁩ ⁦
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John Tanzer Sep 19
The is putting the health of oceans under unprecedented pressure, affecting millions of people across the globe. But here's why there is hope for oceans & coastal communities:
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WWF Sustainability Works Aug 15
In light of the new climate change and land report, WWF's Melissa Ho explains 3 actions the world's largest food companies must take to secure a stable food supply over the next decade.
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Thomas Binder, MD ⏳ Sep 18
The had already self-destructed by the intellectual absurdity the life elixir CO2 was the climate's control knob, by Man(n) made climate change's hockey stick fraud, by its always wrong predictions & by Climategate in 2009 at the latest.
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Michael E. Mann Sep 2
Replying to @MichaelEMann
So to summarize, Tim Ball & his supporters have been promoting a (A) FAKE version of a 1990 graph that (B) only represented one locality (central England) and (C) was only ever meant to be schematic illustration (rather than a quantitative reconstruction) of temperature
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IPCC 13h
Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate - the numbers behind the science ➡️
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roger harrabin Aug 29
If accurate, this report is truly alarming. Yet again.
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Global Covenant Sep 9
A new report for cities by cities shows that: 1️⃣We are in a climate crisis 2️⃣We're not on track 3️⃣Time is running out 4️⃣Keeping global heating below 1.5°C is possible 5️⃣Every decision matters 6️⃣City leadership is necessary 👉
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Dana Nuccitelli Aug 27
In today I examine the latest report on land and what it tells us about the importance of diets & potential for a global hunger crisis. Key point: irrespective of temperature targets, we've entered an era of climate damage control.
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Marine CoLABoration Aug 22
Are you a UK/EU marine or environmental organisation interested in joining our collaborative comms response to the IPCC Ocean and Cryosphere report launch? Please get in touch ASAP! We're keen to get as many of you as possible on board⛵️🌊
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Thomas Binder, MD ⏳ Sep 15
Replying to @nshaviv
In humanitarian imperialism / neoliberalism political correctness, peer review & total control of the mass media are means of censorship i.e. total narrative control. An example is this piece about that was immediately replaced by an piece.
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High Seas Alliance Aug 21
Thank you to everyone who attended the reception last night & huge thanks to Miguel de Serpa Soares, Amb. Rena Lee and Vice-Chair Ko Barrett for their words. We hope you enjoyed the sights and sounds of the ocean. In case you missed it here it is again!
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Hope19 Sep 5
Existing police complaints system is a joke. All investigation is done by itself. is only there to observe, monitor and review. Not to mention if complaints cannot be lodged, there is nth to monitor.
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IPCC Sep 13
Deadline extended!!! interested journalists now have until 23 September to register to attend the opening, press conference and access embargo materials for this IPCC Plenary meeting.
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@SophiaMathur Sep 20
I am a guest of Climate Action For Peace Let there be peace on Earth Ring bells for peace Thanks for the Parachute,
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Sagar 22h
Joined 100,000 in Melbourne for climate action. After a century of mindless consumption, still not too late to prevent catastrophic warming. says fossil fuel reduction not enough, eating less meat & dairy is imperative.
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