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John Podesta Sep 14
The oceans make up more than 70% of the globe and absorb 40% of human carbon pollution but are mentioned just once in the Paris Climate Agreement. Today at we’re taking big steps to finally put oceans on the climate agenda.
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Future Nostalgia Now Sep 13
"Stop electing people who don't believe in science, or worse, pretend they don't to benefit their own self-interest." Harrison Ford at the Global Climate Action Summit.
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Salesforce Sep 13
As the first company to sign the Declaration, we're honored to be joined by 20 other companies during , including , , and , committed to reducing carbon emissions across all economic sectors. Learn more:
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Jerry Brown Sep 12
Proud to welcome co-chairs — and the world — to San Francisco! Let’s 🌎
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Ceres Sep 14
“Eating meat is destroying the forests and wasting water. We can live without fossil fuel. We cannot live without water.” Jane Goodall,
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The Center for Impact at CCA Sep 14
Dr. Jane Goodall - what each of us chooses to eat, buy, use, vote for affects the climate - INDIVIDUAL ACTION COUNTS
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WWF 🐼 Sep 13
We use about 10% of Earth’s livable surface to produce food we never eat. Wasting less food can help reduce the pressure agriculture puts on forests, grasslands and other habitats that would otherwise be cleared for farms and pasture
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WWF 🐼 Sep 14
1.6 billion people depend directly on forests for their livelihoods, shelter, food and fuel, but even city-dwellers need forests and other ecosystems for clean air and water
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UN Environment Sep 12
Nature's ability to reduce global warming is often underestimated. Let's start to use our most powerful ally against climate change! via
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Rachel Ward Sep 13
The formidable Nancy Pelosi: "We must engage our young people, as the future of this planet belongs to them"
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Al Gore Sep 13
Exciting news from my good friend here at ! New Jersey is on track to reach the critical milestone of 3,500MW of offshore wind energy capacity by 2030. Wow! It’s clear that NJ is serious about addressing the climate crisis.
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UN Climate Change 5h
To avoid severe annual bleaching of World Heritage-listed coral reefs, global temperatures would need to be limited to 1.5°C degrees above pre-industrial levels, says
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Global Climate Action Summit Sep 13
“If we don’t do something to help the people, to help them find alternative ways of living, we can’t save the chimps. And we can’t save the chimps without saving the forest.” — at discussing the importance of saving our forests.
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Rainforest Alliance Sep 13
" can be one-third of the solution. We need to make sure it’s not the forgotten third." —Dr. Jane Goodall at
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We Mean Business Sep 13
"We need every company in our industry to commit to net zero + 100% renewable electricity. It’s all right in front of us. We can do it. Every company can leverage right across their supply chain" - , CEO today at
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DiCaprio Foundation Sep 13
We need to re-green the planet now with these highly-effective, affordable & scalable solutions that are the most natural way of restoring balance to the Earth’s carbon cycle.
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Christiana Figueres Sep 12
. is here: Now is the time to take climate action to the next level and to step up to face one of the greatest challenges of our time. Let’s make the a reality.
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UN Climate Change Sep 14
Having a hard time keeping up with all the great announcments emerging from the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco? Keep track here: >>
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Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 Sep 13
I have arrived at ! Ahead of , I’m looking forward to talking about how Canada is working with businesses, states, and countries to take climate action.
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WWF 🐼 Sep 12
is telling the world that America keeps its promises and is committed to ensuring the US remains a global leader in reducing emissions
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