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#ClimateChange 9h
Thank You all for the interactions with my tweets this past few days. I look forward to sharing with you more informative content on . Please also be patient with me, a lot of the content is enigmatic but click on tags to learn more.
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Proof of Impact 6h
Mangroves are a delicate and critical part of the regulation of climate around the globe. How much would you pay if you know that your contribution would lead to direct proof that one mangrove tree was planted?
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SDGs Kenya Forum 11h
Only 13 Days left to HLPF! Today, we look at : what are you doing to address climate change?
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Mads Nipper Jun 21
I find this frustrating and irresponsible!
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Silvia Vides Jun 21
Climate emergency...
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spherical.pm 2h
Red berries from your own garden... instead of red meat flown from overseas!
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FAO Forestry Jun 23
Wooden products lock in throughout their lifetimes, helping to combat .
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#ClimateChange 12h
Replying to @AndrewHolnessJM
Tropical reforestation can remove as much or even more CO2 from the atmosphere at a LOWER cost than many other “negative emissions technologies” that might become available in the future. .
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#ClimateChange 45m
Very Accurate the problem I’m realizing is for the most part the GOJ has been concentrating their efforts on renewables. Forgetting that they sit at the edge of and should seek out funding for key targets in . Also
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#ClimateChange 11h
Big shout out to the of Cuba 🇨🇺. They are the 73rd country to ratify the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol. We need more countries onboard so we can avoid up to 0.4° of global warming by the end of this century. for
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UNESCO Botswana #ShowYourStrips Jun 23
The Greenland ice sheet is melting unusually fast It is losing so much water that it may raise global sea levels by a millimetre this year
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Silvia Vides 15h
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Brookings Global Jun 23
The majority of African countries are on track to reach only one Sustainable Development Goal: on urgent action to combat climate change
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UNESCO Botswana #ShowYourStrips 15h
are getting cheaper and cheaper..... already cheaper and cleaner than thermal in ! requires implement the via
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ARJ Artwork Studio Jun 23
The viral image that illustrates the scale of melting ice in Greenland
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UNESCO Botswana #ShowYourStrips Jun 22
countries are already champions in the fight against change, but they cannot do it alone. All countries must , enhance ambition and submit revised country plans by 2020!.
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#ClimateChange Jun 22
On Hot Days like today, may you remember that the proposed site for the new Parliament building could be Jamaica’s First Green Space inclusive of trees that sequester carbon and can lower the temperature by 10°, but y’all want buildings. 🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲
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AaravSeth 🌏🌏 #EarthWarrior 🌲 🌲 Jun 22
Replying to @AaravSeth888
2day,India is left with lowest rate of trees per head by jst 28. Now,it's high tym 4 us 2 stnd 4 trees by protctng & planting them. So in this monsoon lets plant as many trees as possible, if u r nt abl to plant trees pls call my team 2 plant🌲
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Larry Swatuk Jun 20
Week of climate action
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Namita Vikas 16h
More focus needed on techniques. Interlinkage of rivers and promotion of genetically modified crops- workable starting points. Effective propositions for India, by .
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