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Assaad Razzouk 12h
Do you want just one picture that shows global warming in an elegant, incontrovertible way? Check out this amazing country-by-country visualisation of temperature anomalies from 1880 to 2017. Then act on climate. (source: )
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Defend Our Future | #ActOnClimate 6h
"Young people from all backgrounds who care about climate have realized that their vote counts and the newly elected members of Congress need to take note and act on climate." - Pennsylvania's Dana McKay Read more: .
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change 21m
“You put more CO2 in the atmosphere and you get more warming, that’s just super-simple physics that we figured out in the 19th century,”
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change 3h
"We should be concerned about the loss of any species for lots of reasons," "but for coffee specifically, I think we should remember that the cup in front of us originally came from a wild source." Change
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The CLEO Institute 8h
Check out this article which is now live on VoyageMIA - it summarizes a lot of the journey to date.
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Enviro Voter Project 2h
"Public lands are a major source of the nation’s climate emissions problem. In fact, if our public lands were their own country, its emissions would rank fifth in the world."
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Rachel Y Carillo Jan 18
@WorldResources@NatDriveElecWk so excited to be among all these global women leading the charge (literally) in global electric vehicle adoption. We hear from China's Shi Hong now. ⚡️
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BenjaminEgge 21m
I'm seriously with you all the way we need action and now.
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AMAZON WATCH Jan 15
Imagine where we would already be if all the billions wasted on fossil fuel subsidies had been put into renewables YEARS ago! ASU Researchers Break Solar-cell Efficiency Record at 25.4 Percent
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change 18h
This is huge and could have a real affect on the fight against climate change. It will force cities to acknowledge the consequences and costs of a warming world. Credit Rating Agency Issues Warning On Climate Change To Cities.
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Beam Project 8h
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Greenpeace Jan 15
Glaciers are vanishing before our eyes, having shrunk to the lowest levels ever recorded, and are now melting faster than ever.
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JC Cooper 7h
As Bainarama said this week, Australia is putting the interests of industry over the lives of Pacific Islanders (I would expand that and say the lives of many millions of people and organisms).
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Kristin Casper Jan 18
. of speaking about the inspiring shareholder efforts transforming oil industry. ‘As long as we focus on what is political possible and not what is needed, there is no hope.’
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Defend Our Future | #ActOnClimate 2h
Many of 's World Heritage sites are at risk from disappearing due to climate change.
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100% 5h
2018 was a huge wake-up call for the planet. And yet, all over the world, people are working day and night to avert climate disasters like these and to mitigate their effects. Let's reflect on some victories.
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Madeleine Work 11h
If the shipping industry were a country, it would have a similar footprint to Germany’s But it’s not included in any country’s annual Great article from my thesis advisor ! via
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John Godish Jan 15
We may need some "Divine Intervention" on this one...
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Liuba Papeo Jan 15
While planning my trip to sit in the PhD thesis committee of a brilliant young scientist, I asked myself what else I could do for her? Answer: give up flying and book a train-ride! It comes with the gift of plenty of time to write and read.
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Greg Tasker 3h
"The Gillard government did introduce a carbon price – and it worked. It brought with it the long-term stability companies and their lobbyists such as the BCA now say they so desire. It reduces emissions."
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