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Lotta G Apr 15
Okay, so here we go. Wish me luck!
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Tim Duggan Books Apr 22
Happy Earth Day! Or, if you're reading 's , we wish you a realistic Earth Day filled with discussion and action. And, just in time, it's on the cover of the Review this week!
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cycling makes urban Apr 15
after reading - terrified yet hopelessly hopeful - David Wallace-Wells's ( ) book been looking for a good visual graph of historical but most of cumulative co2 emission (to support the point that half was emitted in last 3 decades) any help?
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Kai Apr 22
Earth Day seems like a pretty auspicious day to start reading ' . Here we go.
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LJ Apr 21
Replying to @iandthismystery
Chapter two: I walk in on him reading in a dark room and say “do you want me to turn on the light for you?” He says “I don’t need the light so the light shouldn’t be on.” Then finished the chapter, closed the book and said “Death is coming”.
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Tracy🌊🌊🌊 Apr 21
brought to you by GOP, CEOs of fossil fuel industries, and hateful ignorant GOP voters and those too disengaged to vote or blocked from voting by GOP
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Book Post 24h
“Give those contemplating babies some policy change initiatives and who knows what they’ll be able to accomplish.” – Joy Williams on
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Mark Williams Apr 17
I'm reading by David Wallace-Wells. It feels like we are just carrying on regardless but armagedon is breathing down our necks.
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cycling makes urban Apr 15
‘We think of climate changement as slow, but it is unnervingly fast. We think of technological change necessary to avert it as fast-arriving, but unfortunately it is deceptively slow- especially judged by just how soon we need it.’
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Satyen Baindur Apr 22
. speaks on his book : not a issue or just about Melt+ : 'Let us not be afraid to be afraid' ' was fought w & ' 1/3
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Tim Duggan Books Apr 17
"David Wallace-Wells, in his recent book 'The Uninhabitable Earth,' foreshadows a world where tens of millions of climate refugees flee drought, food insecurity, and extreme weather."
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Supercourse Apr 16
Am now reading ' and listening to 's ... Holy fuck people,
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Andreas Krüger Apr 18
by David Wallace-Wells today on (if choose in settings!) until midnight: Well written article (, probably worthwhile book, and) very good summary in 11 blinks.
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Caz Holbrook Apr 19
high time you got your shit together on your - just ordered book and you send it in this, plastic wrapped bubble wrap 🌍 sort it out!
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cluck! Apr 19
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Dr Joe Thomas Apr 19
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Rev. Fred Small Apr 20
Replying to @dwallacewells
In the USA at this moment, the "acceptance of responsibility" of which writes in has a name: the . If you don't like the , it's YOUR responsibility to propose an alternative plan that will actually avert catastrophe.
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Goldman Sachs Apr 17
"I'm not alarming people. The science is alarming people." , author of the new book , on the global climate change threat:
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dashboardom Apr 20
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eli friedmann Apr 21
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