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ClimateChange Steves Aug 7
"In the next 50 years there will be very little ice in the Arctic" Dr. Sverre Pettersen, worlds top climatologist, 1957,.... & we've said it over & over again. Canada lost 40% of it's ice shelf, the size of Vancouver, in just two days!" !
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Jules4BernieⓋ(⧖)🌹🏴🐾🐨🐎 #NoMiddleGround 1m
Apologies don’t bring back the dead or reverse being poisoned
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Beyond Plastics 4h
No bailout for the fossil fuel industry that's poisoning our planet and pushing our climate to a point of no return.
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Paul Dawson 10h
"20,000 tonnes of diesel fuel spilled into a river inside the Arctic Circle" Ecocide law needed! Why do spills keep happening? Because there are no real consequences for the polluters.
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GO GREEN Aug 7
Remember an ice free world is a human free world too - The last fully intact ice shelf in the Canadian Arctic has collapsed, losing more than 40% of its area in just two days at the end of July, researchers said on Thursday. or perish
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Paul Dawson Aug 8
OPEC Says climate activists were perhaps the greatest threat to our industry going forward. I say the fossil fuel industry is the greatest threat we collectively face.
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Paul Dawson Aug 6
Climate change poses a bigger threat to financial stability than the coronavirus pandemic and the rules on bank lending to fossil fuel groups must be tightened to address it.
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Paul Dawson 5h
“The largest concentration of the greenhouse gas methane seen over the United States”, according to a 2016 NASA study. Burning off the excess from naturalgas wells, or flaring, is the primary cause of this pollution.
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Senator Saldaña 1h
"I got to the end of my rope, you could say. I had to do something." Professor in a tree over TransMountain Pipeline vows not to come down
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Wally Elton 20m
Help stop | Resistance is the path to a just future.
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Paul Dawson Aug 8
Ecocide needs to become an international crime. To hold business leaders and people of significant public office to criminal account for not protecting people or mass damage or destruction of the ecosystem.
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Paul Dawson Aug 8
"The consequences of doing nothing grow by the day, the time to act is now." "Climate Change is PAIN and anyone who tells you differently is selling something.... most likely fossil fuels."
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Stephen G. Rae 57m
Is this the end for ‘king coal’ in Britain? No, has approved a new coal mine in Cumbria!
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Christine Clarke 39m
Do you use reusable straws too? It is a small lifestyle change that can make a massive difference.
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John Horning Aug 7
In a victory for public land, clean water, and the climate, a federal judge has reversed the Trump administration’s leasing of nearly 150,000 acres federal to the oil and gas industry in Montana. =
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Dariel Garner 3h
This oven requires no . Solidarity to all my friends stopping pipelines, etc.
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Barbara Schnell 16h
Pictures from Heartbreak Country: Dance against the machine ...
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WildEarth Guardians' Climate and Energy Program 13h
Keeping our in the ground has been a #1 priority of for over a decade. And while we've made progress in defending , the dying coal industry continues to hang on. Help us for good, take action!
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Paul Dawson 21h
“This recent increase in methane is massive,” “It’s globally significant. It’s contributed to some of the increase in global warming we’ve seen and shale gas is a major player.”
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Paul Dawson Aug 1
Over 5,600 companies in the fossil fuel industry have taken a minimum of $3bn in coronavirus aid from the US federal government! The US government is literally trying to ensure that global heating is maximised!
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