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Umair Niazi Oct 17
believes developed countries are far more responsible for env pollution as compared to developing countries.
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Aditya Mukarji Oct 16
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350Solutions Oct 10
1/2 This week we're catching up on the articles we missed during the . Our favorite thus far is Vox series on the CO2 industry - a four part primer that will help you understand what's going on, what forces are at play, and what the future for CO2 holds.
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Cristina San Juan Oct 16
How can you successfully in a time of ? Hear from 's on building resilient portfolios:
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TreesCO2 Oct 14
TreesCO2 was thrilled to participate in the UN Climate Summit Weekend Meetings in New York. We were so excited to share our call to action to plant 1000 trees for each of the world’s youth aged 15-24 totalling over 1 trillion trees.
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That Girl Who Loves Horses Oct 11
I don't want to hear from sinophiliacs like needs next-gen thought leaders like Why isn't he your guest this evening? China now has aircraft carriers. They're DEVELOPED. End of story
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Global Energy Monitor Oct 10
New : US coal giant Murray Energy is facing default; how Britain beat its coal addiction; SE Asia pivots to wind and solar
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Silicon Valley North Oct 15
Reading: Almost drowned out during the , a new coalition () launched a number of initiatives: ICYMI:
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Janette Dean Oct 14
"If the [] suit is successful, the would classify the as a children’s rights crisis [forcing] binding emissions’ reduction targets, a sharp change from current int'l. efforts..." —
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Derek Oct 11
Odds-on Favorite Child Climate Change Actress Greta Thunberg Edged Out by Ethiopian PM for 2019 Nobel Peace Prize -
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Integrity Oct 9
Reminds me of Enron power outages way back when. But this time a corporation is “transparent” admitting they’re responsible.
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Corporate Accountability Oct 11
It’s no surprise that the U.N. Climate Action summit was heavy on rhetoric and light on action. But the mobilization around it might just prove to be a tipping point in history.
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CPR India Oct 10
'Reconciling climate existentialism & the fair division of the carbon pie isn't easy. But it isn't clear that India is really seeking the answer. Like everyone else, we, too, are looking away,' writes 's on .
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💧 pauline hollywood Oct 11
According to , due to humans using fossil fuels, is happening! refutes this & boycotted the . Thus we have ! #https://climate.nasa.gov/news/2915/the-atmosphere-getting-a-handle-on-carbon-dioxide/
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SunoIndia Oct 11
"Over 4.2 million people from 170+ countries participated in the . This episode from the features a conversation with 11yo Ridhima who filed her first petition against the Indian govt in the .
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💧 pauline hollywood Oct 9
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INDECIBLE Oct 15
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Reimund Schwarze Oct 13
, das Verhandeln vor dem Verhandeln, endet im Geiste des : „Wer sagt, es ginge nicht doch was?“ Chilenische Verhandlungsführung ruft nach internationaler - leaving the leggards behind!
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Relay Power Oct 10
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