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Paul Dawson Aug 14
“Rising oceans are a big deal. About 150 million people live within 1 meter (3 feet) of sea level. About 600 million live within 10 meters (33 feet) of sea level. As waters rise, these people will have to go somewhere. ”
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Mike Hudema Aug 11
Climate change is here. -124°F in Algeria -111°F in Los Angeles. -80+ killed in Japan's heat wave. -80+ killed in Quebec heat wave. -Arctic circle is on fire, temps over 86°F We must . New pipelines don't help.
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Mike Hudema 15h
There are seven countries already at, or very, near 100% . So why are we talking about pipelines again? RT if you want panels not pipelines.
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Paul Dawson Aug 13
If you care about the economy you should fight climate change. Unchecked climate change is going to be stupendously expensive.
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Mike Hudema Aug 10
As the Canadian government buys a Texas companies failing pipeline, China is installing enough panels to cover a football field every hour of every day: we want panels, not pipelines.
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Paul Dawson 5h
“The greatest irony is that the African continent has hardly produced any greenhouse gases and yet is already bearing the brunt of the vagaries of climate change.”
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Paul Dawson 9h
Nestled between China and India, the country of Bhutan is the only carbon negative country in the world. This means that their forests are able to absorb more carbon dioxide than is emitted.
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Paul Dawson Aug 6
“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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Mike Hudema Aug 14
Three new pipelines our planet doesn't need and our can't handle. Stop the money, >>
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Jay Inslee 13h
Here is what the Olympics look like, looking west across Hood Canal, in a climate-changed Washington state.
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Paul Dawson 17h
“Heatwaves are already the country’s deadliest natural disaster, with climatologists warning that they will only increase in frequency, severity and duration.”
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Mike Hudema Aug 10
Smoke from the has can now be felt as far east as Lake Superior, as far north as Hudson Bay, and as far south as Baja. We must and new pipelines don't help. #StopLine#
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Ed Markey Aug 14
. is missing the forest for the trees. Wildfires (and hurricanes, heat waves, floods, droughts, storms, etc) will continue to get increasingly severe unless we change NOW. denial is like throwing gasoline on these fires.
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Young Evangelicals for Climate Action Aug 10
We are sad to be ending our week of training, but SO excited for all that these Fellows will accomplish in the year ahead!
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Paul Dawson Aug 13
"..as early as the mid-1960s, [they] planned their own business operations around rising seas & other harms from climate change, and yet engaged in a campaign to try to mislead the public about whether climate change was actually occurring”
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Paul Dawson Aug 10
“If we think of geoengineering as an experimental surgery, our findings suggest that the side effects of the treatment are just as bad as the original disease,”
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Paul Dawson Aug 10
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 Aug 12
BOOM - Green is Bigger than Oil and Growing..... “No longer a loose concept the green economy is now a measurable and definable investment priority,”
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Mike Hudema Aug 12
The last thing these 75 endangered orcas need is a tanker superhighway running through their home. 🐬 Protect water, :
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Mike Hudema Aug 12
"It is horrifying that we have to fight our own government to save the environment." leaders don't buy pipelines.
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