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Mike Hudema 53m
We have powered boats, solar trains, solar planes, solar airports and carports. So why are and still pushing pipelines? RT if you're ready for !
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Market Forces 22m
We'll stop bashing big business when they start taking action on climate change (paying some tax would be useful too)
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Mike Hudema Feb 17
"I don't want to protect the environment. I want to create a world where the environment doesn't need protecting." RT if you're ready to fight for a better world.
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Mike Hudema Feb 13
Shouldn't every parking lot get a upgrade like this one? RT if you agree.
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Mike Hudema Feb 9
Alberta's oilsands tailing ponds are full of over 340 billion gallons of toxic sludge (and growing). RT if they should clean-up their own 'coastline' before they endangers someone else's:
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Mike Hudema Feb 16
“Yes the planet got destroyed. But for a beautiful moment in time we created a lot of value for shareholders.”
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Having Kids Feb 16
Study after study has shown that the single most powerful step we can take to combat climate is family planning.
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Paul Dawson Feb 16
Spring is warming faster than other seasons in many parts of the world. An earlier bat migration fits with many pieces of the puzzle, including earlier migrations of some bird species and earlier blossoming of many plants.
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Market Forces 23h
Just a friendly reminder that even if Malcolm calls us, we won't take down our analysis of fossil fuel companies not paying tax...
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Paul Dawson 4h
As Arctic sea ice limps along toward its maximum extent, which it usually hits in mid-March, it appears to be on course for the fourth consecutive year of record lows.
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Paul Dawson 16h
To limit warming, humanity also needs negative emissions technologies (NETs) that, by the end of the century, would remove more CO2 from the atmosphere than humans emit.
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Paul Dawson Feb 11
BOOM! Climate Litigation Goes Global. San Francisco, New York, Paris....... Where Next???? Time To Make Polluters Pay!
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Mike Hudema Feb 10
POW! Navajo Nations first project is now producing enough electricity for 13,000 homes:
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Mike Hudema Feb 18
This has to stop. 150,000 Orangutans lost in 16 years through hunting and habitat loss 😕
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Governor Jay Inslee Feb 13
Thank you to Secretary Kerry for joining me here in Olympia today and sharing the importance of acting on climate now before it's too late.
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Climate Reality Feb 14
“There is no longer a worthy debate to be had about whether we have a problem. There is a worthy debate to be had about how we go about solving that problem.”
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Paul Dawson Feb 10
The number of places where skiers, snowboarders can enjoy their winter activities is on the decline. Many ski resorts in the U.S. are expected to see the length of their season cut in half by 2050 and as more than 80% by 2090
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Assaad Razzouk Feb 13
The Antarctic is losing 125,000,000,000 tons of ice on average every year. (That's about 50,000,000 Olympic pools. Every year.) or goodbye, humanity: Our choice.
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Mike Hudema 20h
"Their forests homes have been lost and degraded, and hunting threatens the existence of this magnificent great ape."
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MoreThanScientists 2h
Watching the earth system change so quickly – and knowing the physics and where we're headed -- a scary prospect for a young scientist!! Listen… Abby Swann
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