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Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility Apr 11
The House just passed to transition our electricity to ! Physicians and hospitals across Washington agree: reducing climate pollution is a major win for our health.
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Mike Hudema 20h
These four countries are already running on almost 100% . We have solutions to crisis. What's missing is the political will to implement them. ⁠
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Mike Hudema Apr 15
California is requiring all new homes to be built with panels, all public buses to be zero emissions, and is building massive batteries to provide 24 hr . We have solutions to the crisis, let's implement them.
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IRENA 6h
Globally, total generation capacity reached 2,351 GW at the end of 2018— around 1/3 of total installed electricity capacity. New data compares the growth in generation capacity of versus non-renewable energy:
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Evan Kirstel at #Ideas2Inspire #Singapore Apr 11
🌊 Wavestar could provide unlimited clean energy 🙌
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Mike Knetzger Apr 12
Climate change is happening. Companies today can not afford to ignore the impact this will have on their bottom line. Investors can not either. Entrepreneurs are only at the beginning stages of building climate positive opportunities...
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CHBA National Apr 18
☀Solar panels are a popular way to produce in net zero homes. They're reliable & require little ongoing maintenance. You can even estimate how much electricity they’ll produce annually before purchase. More on the technical:
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Climate Reality Apr 12
Let’s soak up the sun and invest in
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LivioFilice Apr 18
Germany 🇩🇪 has announced plans to shutter 84 coal plants over the next 19 years. 😷 Even in the most advanced markets there is much work to do.
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Dr Thomas Hillig  ⚡️ Apr 16
These four countries run almost completely on : 1. 🇮🇸 2. 🇵🇾 3. 🇳🇴 4. 🇨🇷
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Total Biomass Solutions Limited Apr 14
IS SUBSIDISED BY UK GOVERNMENT The UK has a target to provide 15% by 2020, bound by EU law to do so. It predicts most of the overall target will be met through renewable electricity. Subsidies are the main instrument used to try and meet this target.
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Dr Thomas Hillig  ⚡️ Apr 13
These panels make drinking water from sunlight and air - backed by and . via
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Andrew Laird 2h
I advocate a rapid transition from to not because I stand to gain financially (I don’t), but because I care about a safe climate & public health. It’s nice to have your Twitter advocacy recognised in analyses like this
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IRENA 16h
With more distributed resources, distribution system operators (DSOs) can boost grid flexibility a& reduce network investment needs. For more information, see 's new brief on the future role of in the transition.
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Abdullah Almutawa Apr 13
Climate change may be the most complicated challenge of our time, but we can solve it.
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American Wind Energy Apr 18
How much has grown this century? Check out this awesome gif from !
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Climate Reality Apr 17
Has bad news on our climate been getting you down? Here’s something that will make you smile
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A sneak preview of our class book ( waiting to be published).
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IRENA 11h
Achieving targets by 2030 can save the region’s power sector 354 million barrels of oil equivalent in fossil fuel consumption. Read ’s new regional market analysis:
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