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350 Action 52m
Our 350 Action NY Fellow Samer urged to support a federal ban on fracking yesterday. We're grateful he plans to push for a ban on federal lands - but we need to if we're going to prevent the worst of climate change & protect future generations:
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Paul Dawson 24h
For those who said it isn't possible! Wind turbines in Scotland generated almost twice the entire country’s domestic power requirements In the first six months of the year.
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Paul Dawson 18h
"To tackle the climate emergency head-on we must ban oil and gas exploration now, and redirect the vast subsidies propping up fossil fuel extraction towards creating decent jobs in a clean energy economy."
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350 New Hampshire Action 2h
On June 10th, we asked Senator Amy Klobuchar if she would federally ban fracking. She said no. We need candidates who will ban fracking so that future generations will have a liveable future.
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Grounded in Fact 16m
The movement is being increasingly clear about their goal: a “degrowth” economy that limits jobs, incomes, and consumer choices.
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Paul Dawson 17h
“Just like tobacco companies knew their products caused cancer, but hid that information from the public, major oil companies have known for decades that their products would cause climate change,” “big polluters should have to pay”
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350 New Hampshire Action Jul 19
Today we asked Julián Castro if he would ban coal, oil, and gas extraction on federal land. He said yes, and told us his team is working on rolling out their climate plan. We hope to see it soon!
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Paul Dawson Jul 20
“History shows us that change comes from the people. It is grassroots movements throughout history that force governments to act when government is resistant.”
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AMAZON WATCH Jul 15
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Elaine Johnson Jul 19
“If you choose coal it does not mean you are ignoring climate change. There is technology that exists to make coal part of the solution ... but somehow that got lost in translation.” - CEO, World Coal Association 🤔
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Paul Dawson 2h
"ultimately, what's most important is not whether a given month is a fraction of a degree warmer or colder; rather, it's the overall trend, which continues its upward climb since the late 1970s."
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Paul Dawson Jul 14
It’s now clear that if the world is to meet the climate targets it promised in Paris, natural gas, like coal, must be deliberately and rapidly phased out. There’s no time for a bridge. And clean alternatives are ready.
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350 dot org Jul 18
Trump’s leases of public lands and waters for oil and gas drilling could lead to the production of more climate-warming pollution than the entire European Union contributes in a year.
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Frack-Free Worthing #JC4PM2019🌹 Jul 16
Replying to @CuadrillaUK
You are driven by market forces... not by principles.
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Conchúir 🇵🇸 Jul 20
North and south, the fight is on to ✊🏽🌍
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AMAZON WATCH Jul 20
THIS is how we moved forward on a managed decline and get to a future. Great work, Berkeley! Berkeley becomes first U.S. city to ban natural gas in new buildings
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Andy Daly Jul 20
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Darius Snieckus Jul 20
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Emiel Spanier Jul 19
. knows what’s up! 🌎🌍🌏🔥😩
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WildEarth Guardians' Climate and Energy Program Jul 18
Your daily reminder that industry destroying our , health. Mothers living near more intense oil and gas development activity have a 40-70% higher chance of having children with congenital heart defects (CHDs)." ,
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