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Rainforest Alliance 6h
Countries and cities across the world have taken steps to uphold the goals of the . The latest city to in a BIG way: New York City.
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Katie Walsh 3h
Reporting on climate change critical to showing up and saying . Show your climate leadership by reporting to this year
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Rocky Mountain Inst Jan 4
2017 certainly brought its challenges, but overall it was a great year for clean energy. From thousands of subnational leaders declaring that the Paris Agreement to solar hitting record low prices, here are the top 10 developments of 2017:
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Nate Hultman Jan 18
Paul Bodnar and I argue in that Trump is dangerously undercutting long-term bipartisan practice on climate by delaying on our own reporting - and that now we must tell the story of how to the international community
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Ceres Jan 2
1,700 U.S. businesses from every state -- from to -- have said .
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We Are Still In Jan 4
The city of Fayetteville will power government operations with 100% clean energy by 2030. An Arkansas first. And a reminder
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John Kerry Jan 10
Grateful to my longtime friend and all of the leaders who are ensuring U.S. states step up to address climate change, even as the White House steps back. He's right: A price on carbon pollution is long overdue. "
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DW - Environment Jan 1
shares your favorite stories of the year: 6) Jerry Brown: How to beat Donald Trump on
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votesolar Jan 8
Replying to @RightToZero
We need to get right back to work and kick off 2018 by showing the nation and the world that ! With powerful leadership on climate & community health, driving the economy - now.
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We Are Still In Jan 8
2017- 3rd warmest on record. 16 weather and climate disasters. $306 billion in damages. It’s why taking action is more important than ever. It’s why
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Jeff Nesbit Dec 31
Smart insight, as always from chief Jim VandeHei. But America is not just President Trump. on the Paris climate accord is an obvious example.
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World Resources Inst Jan 10
Stories to Watch 2018 3/6 - Climate Action: The longer we wait to take , the more rapidly global CO2 emissions will need to decline
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Sierra Magazine Dec 30
One of this year's signature events: , a campaign by cities, businesses, and other institutions to remain committed to the Paris Agreement.
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Geoffrey Supran Jan 14
Replying to @JigarShahDC @_aploy
So while I respect your opinion, I'd need a bit more convincing to agree (in any case, generally these things aren't mutually exclusive) :) Perhaps I'm just not familiar w/ what the " movement" looks like on campuses -- what's a good e.g. of an ongoing campaign? Thx!
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Rev Yearwood Dec 31
. is a champion for the environment & communities at the frontlines of climate change. Excited to see her perform on to inspire !
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ConvivialPeter Jan 15
Replying to @FergusonTwpPA
We have also signed on to say . We are the only PA township to have done so. (We’d love more!)
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Geoffrey Supran Jan 14
Replying to @JigarShahDC @_aploy
Thirdly, when got going, many of us in the student divestment network immediately tried to urge our universities to join. MIT, Harvard et al did not, as we called out in the Guardian:
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Smart Growth America 13h
So your city wants to uphold the . How should mayors keep going, exactly?
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Callum Grieve 21h
.: The Climate Solutions Caucus - with 33 Republicans and 33 Democrats - is now an influential voting block on environmental legislation.
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Thomas J. Thias / Clean Energy Retort 22h
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