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PSE Reporter Oct 11
Replying to @PSETalk
A; I heard say they will use these numbers but won’t use these numbers for building stuff. : Resource acquisition is independent of A: You’re going to buy or build
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PSE Reporter Oct 11
Replying to @PSEreporter
Correction: comment was by TAG member.
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Warwick Peel Oct 11
I’m not sure I’m down with the O, I might be with the O.PP in this one. Who’s down with OPP, yeah you know me...I’m down with P. Oliver won’t even heard of let alone 1.5 degrees or understand - = Ouch on balance sheet.
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Daniel Stewart Oct 9
"Increasing clean energy adoption at the rate the report calls for will require $2.4 trillion in investment every year." Fossil fuel biz should be planning zero-carbon strategies. No future for their product at scale.
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Hank van Apeldoorn Oct 11
I hope you are paying attention to these reports Prime Minister. I Australia the support for will create lots of significant .
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Richard Ferris 🏃🏼‍♂️🌳🌍🏊🏻‍♂️🚴🏻‍♂️ 🇪🇺 5h
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Roman Sidortsov Oct 12
Excited to contribute to . PCE-RCN workshop. & at .
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Primate Seven 24h
Cruz / Trump / GOP mafia industrialists are criminally negligent about climate science implications. Vote in Texas. Understand the depth of the dangers of . Study the latest IPCC report. NOW!
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Francis van Staa Oct 8
Replying to @CarbonBubble
Sadly Countries & companies (Banks INcluded) will look at the left in the ground, the . They will want to extract that cash, damn the consequences of that for other countries!
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Thomas J. Thias / Clean Energy Retort Oct 13
ASKING/ ? M A D M A X?
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Thomas J. Thias / Clean Energy Retort 22h
VOTSMEIER ASKING/ : Carnage? MS Trans.: MQ/ '~Germany~'Nearly Hysterical Discussion~Conducted Around~Few Problem Areas In Our Cities' Says Chief~ Still Manipulating 11M Cars~Detriment~Environment, Customer, Taxpayer, Shareholder?'
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Enian Oct 15
With a $5 trillion per year annual allowance from the public purses of taxpayers, what can't they do!
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Mark Plackett Oct 7
Well if they don't control their emissions they will just need to be shutdown as too bad they just borrowed all that money
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Jeremy Mansfield Oct 7
Australia and rest of the world must virtually eliminate use of coal for electricity within 22 years if there is to be a chance to save even some of the Great Barrier Reef
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Fossil Free WYPF Oct 16
Congrats for signing the pledge from Thanks for your leadership and recognising the threat of along with , and hundreds of others.
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Thomas J. Thias / Clean Energy Retort Oct 16
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Clarisse Simonek Oct 15
⁩ Prudential Regulation Authority being prescriptive on boards of FIs req to nom exec managing risks. Step away from principles-based approach highlights importance
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Primate Seven Oct 15
to expel fossil fuel, climate breakdown deniers, mafia from , , , , governorships, state houses, etc.. — .
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Alistair Whitby Oct 15
Risking human existence to squeeze a few more years from the dying fossil industry. Classy move as ever...
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Dr Nafeez Ahmed Oct 15
Bank of England upping regulation that could accelerate fossil fuels become
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