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IPL (DC.MD.NoVA) May 18
On this weekend of Ramadan, Shavuot, and Pentecost, we’re gathered at the DC City Hall to pray and ask tell Council to pass just and equitable climate policy! 🙏🌏
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Mike Hudema May 20
Japan is creating jobs by turning abandoned golf courses into plants. We need panels, not pipelines. RT if you agree.
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Mike Hudema May 19
POW! The Netherlands will ban the use of coal in electricity generation. Who's next?
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Mike Hudema 18h
If you wouldn’t put a pipeline through your church, don’t put a pipeline through theirs. RT if you agree.
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Mike Hudema 2h
A 100% grid isn’t just feasible, in some countries it's already happening: RT if it's time your country went 100%
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Paul Dawson 44m
Temperatures in Karachi are expected to stay above 40C until 24 May, according to weather forecasters. High temperatures were also predicted to last another 48 hours in India.
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Angela Fay May 21
This is not the future my children want. How about yours?
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Paul Dawson May 17
“...you’re wrecking the world for my generation. ...more species are going extinct, ...and you haven’t stopped Climate Change "No offence – but it’s true. You’re ruining the world.”
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Mike Hudema May 18
"I don't want to protect the environment. I want to create a world where the environment doesn't need protecting."
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Paul Dawson May 18
Government Climate Science in the Age of Trump: 1. Documents are difficult to find; 2. Web pages are buried; 3. Language has been altered; 4. Science has been silenced. This is the modern equivalent of burning books!
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Paul Dawson May 17
“We’ve got to stop burning fossil fuels. So many aspects of life depend on fossil fuels, except for music and love and education and happiness. These things, which hardly use fossil fuels, are what we must focus on.”
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Mike Hudema May 20
POW! Navajo Nations first project is now producing enough electricity for 13,000 homes:
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Mike Hudema May 21
When you realize pipelines leak in the US at a rate of more than once per day, its no wonder people don't want one over their water supply:
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Paul Dawson May 20
A recent University of California-Davis study predicts up to 90 percent of coastal freshwater turtle species will be at risk from sea-level rise.
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Paul Dawson 21h
"Governments of richer countries that import products but not their emissions must stop pointing the finger at China or other manufacturing or mining giants and start taking responsibility."
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Paul Dawson May 20
“We found a major effect of carbon emissions scenario on the magnitude of projected shifts in species habitat during the 21st century,”
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Mike Hudema May 15
Shouldn't every parking lot get a upgrade like this one? We want panels not pipelines. RT if you agree.
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Paul Dawson 5h
Shutting down power plants that burn fossil fuels can almost immediately reduce the risk of premature birth in pregnant women living nearby, according to research published Tuesday
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Paul Dawson May 19
Humanity can powerfully improve the survival odds of tens of thousands of species, but only if nations dramatically raise their ambitions in the fight against climate change, according to new research published on Thursday
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Leigh Ewbank May 19
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Ashley Pitcher May 21
A common myth about the arctic climate change is that the the temperatures were warmer in the 1930s-40s. However, the warming over the last 30 years (1981-2010) shows an extraordinarily fast rate of warming (6.3°C/century) using ccc-gistemp.
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