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The Nature Conservancy 6h
Reflecting the majority of Americans, cities, states, & businesses have decided the Paris Agreement. released 10 key areas where we can establish a low-carbon future. Nature itself provides a lot of opportunity:
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Daniel Firger Jul 17
THREAD: Cities, states & businesses have said and are leading the way to America’s low-carbon future. Today's Opportunity Agenda offers 10 key areas where the US can continue to curb emissions to hit our goals
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Sarah Sutton Jul 20
Mahalo nui loa to the Bernice Puauahi Bishop Museum for joining the cultural institutions sector of As a museum of natural history, science, and culture, is ideally-suited to support climate-related research, discussions, and response.
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Environment Texas Jul 20
. talks about renewables on the rise in Austin and Texas
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suzume_rouge Jul 13
F. A. Hayek once said. “The most dangerous misconceptions of democracy is the belief that we must accept as true the views of the majority.”
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WRI Climate 2h
Coal is the single largest source of energy emissions - which is why the Opportunity Agenda emphasizes the importance of accelerating the retirement of coal power across the country.
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WRI Climate 4h
Embracing renewable energy is one of the top ways to reduce carbon emissions. Read more in the new Opportunity Agenda:
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Doing Things Differently 23h
Replying to @dtdchange
America's Pledge report details 'bottom-up' climate strategies for cities, states
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NK Architects Jul 20
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WRI Climate Jul 20
Great news: 's comprehensive suite of climate policies is working, writes new director in his first blog post for . Read more:
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Companies Vs Climate Jul 20
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Carlos Cadena-Gaitán Jul 19
Thanks for reminding us that we are still in! The role of has been instrumental in maintaining hope for reaching the 2° goal. 5to
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Daniel Firger Jul 19
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Justin Adams Jul 18
It’s time to take climate action where it counts. The Opportunity Agenda is highlighting ten key policy areas for cities, states, and businesses that have said to focus on in driving towards our goals.
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Peter Koekoek 🇨🇦🇪🇺🏳️‍🌈 Jul 18
New York City just became the first city in the world to report its sustainability progress to the United Nations
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Sarah FinnieRobinson Jul 17
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We Are Still In Jul 17
Bottom-up climate progress has already taken the US nearly ½ way to delivering on its pledge. New report by highlights 10 opportunities to accelerate that progress.
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WRI United States Jul 17
Released today, the Opportunity Agenda highlights 10 key areas where cities, states, and businesses can curb carbon emissions and lay the groundwork for America’s low-carbon future - without the federal government.
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WRI Climate Jul 13
California Beat Its 2020 Emissions Target Four Years Early | via
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Sisters of Mercy Jul 11
Join the Plastic Free July challenge to reduce single-use plastics, which are made from fossil fuels.
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