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Al Gore Jul 27
In exactly 100 days, President Trump can officially withdraw the U.S. from the . That’s the day AFTER the election - and a new President can get us right back in with 30 days notice. Elections matter! Please register to vote.
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Global Justice Now Jul 30
The UK has put nearly £4 billion of public money into fossil fuel infrastructure in the global south since the , including half a billion pounds of UK aid. 1/
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Joanna Flisowska 2h
🇵🇱 Minister says PL could phase out coal by 2060 the latest 😱&that "everyone is surprised"by the speed of the EU action.Never heard of the ? Science?Economics? is on its way out.Such statements only undercut chances of communities for
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Climate Policy 4h
International harmonization of beyond the is the only way forward and global is the best available instrument to manage this, say & others . 👉Read here👉
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Market Forces 7h
Just a quick reminder that in June , , and loaned a combined _$2 billion_ to the massive Ichthys project in . Meanwhile, we need to phase out dirty in line with the . Take action:
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ClimateActionTracker 8h
We project will have a limited effect on 's emissions that cld be 40%-70% above 1990 by 2030. No ratification, its target "Critically insufficient" is full steam ahead on coal, gas and nuclear, despite cheaper renewables.
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Brazil Institute Jul 31
With emissions and deforestation levels on the rise is on track to miss its 2030 commitments by a wide margin. Learn more about deforestation in the and Brazil's climate progress with our new infographic below!
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bandee Jul 31
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
You are the greatest disaster ever faced! out of control. huge at risk questionable down high low gone with China cancelled After 3 years the country is a mess!
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Damilola Ogunbiyi 22h
Thanks for sharing this5️⃣step beginners guide to the transition. has led to a dramatic drop in greenhouse gas emissions & it is essential that this momentum is maintained to help meet the Read how on blog:
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PlantATree.urbieta.com Aug 1
Check out Michael by The Highwaymen (1961), , use better insulators in doors,
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Climate Analytics 40m
By aligning the next round of emission reduction targets with the limit, govts could halve the massive future GDP losses in tropical countries and other severe impacts - new study in led by 👇👇Thread 👇👇
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Climate Analytics 39m
Replying to @CA_Latest
6/ While big emitters should spearhead global efforts, transformational change to achieve goals and limit dangerous climate impacts needs all hands on deck
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WRI Climate Aug 1
Using targets to guide short-term and can get countries on track to achieve the . Read our new publication for key recommendations ➡️
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TERI Aug 2
On 30 July, we held a virtual stakeholder's discussion under Youth Climate Conclave (YCC) programme with & . YCC is being held under SPIPA (Strategic Partnership for the Implementation of the ) initiative launched under & .
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UNIC Beirut Aug 1
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Rocio Condor Jul 31
🤓 Paris Committee on Capacity-Building network helping to share knowledge linked to the with more than 170 partners, including . Check here
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Population Matters Jul 31
If we continue on current and population trajectories, we have no chance of meeting the or . Key new report by :
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Julia Grübler Jul 31
📢 Starting the new month with a new free trade agreement. 14th of the ; 4th with the +3 (after South Korea, Japan, Singapore). Incl. a (trade & development) chapter & explicit commitment to the .
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Baxter Tailford Jul 27
A new study has found that 1bn people will be displaced or forced to endure insufferable heat for every 1°C rise in the global temperature. Even if all pledges made in The are met we still end up with 3°C of warming by 2100
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Michael Flammer 🌍🌡#KlimaVor8 Jul 28
Wieder mal auf den Punkt gebracht. Nachdem sich Michael Krons minutenlang in der Frage nach Mehrheiten verbeißt, stellt klar: Es braucht gar keine Legitimation mehr, um das einzuhalten. Im Gegenteil. Die Nichteinhaltung ist im Kern undemokratisch.
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