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Mike Hudema Nov 11
Bangladesh has been installing 50,000 systems on residential roofs a month. They're nearing 5 million. Canada and the US are talking about pipelines: It's time to act on climate. Panels not pipelines.
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Peter Gleick Nov 13
I gave a talk & showed this graph of global temperature anomalies. Climate scientists see & discuss this graph literally all the time, but this audience said "wow, why don't I see that on the front page of newspapers? It's so convincing." Dear newspapers: over to you.
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Mike Hudema Nov 10
Mexico is building a farm to power 1.3 million homes. They just set a world record by installing 18,990 in one day. We have the solutions to the crisis. Why are we pushing pipelines?
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Dept Ag & Water Nov 14
Grants of up to $200k are available to support on-ground projects to increase knowledge and capacity of farmers and fishers to manage natural resources and adapt to change, weather and changing markets.| For more info visit
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Mike Hudema Nov 10
Wow. Over 50,000 on the streets of demanding action on the growing crisis and a just transition for workers. They were joined by other actions all over . I hope you’re listening
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Peter Gleick 23h
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RenewEconomy - Fair Dinkum Power News 3h
In case it was not already clear, a new international report has charted Australia’s performance on and policy, putting it's "insufficiency" in stark relief.
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OpChemtrails 3h
So there was a massacre in ??Look the dafuk up, there's a massacre going on above your head. OpChemPBA
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Reece Todd 3h
With 1.10" precipitation and counting, BWI has now observed 62.78" of precipitation in 2018. This is now the wettest year on record for Baltimore, MD (precipitation records back to 1871), with 46+ more days to pile on.
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Ben Smith Nov 10
If you’re looking for your weekend fix of poetry about complex modelling systems... Here’s one I wrote responding to the work of ⁦⁩ from ⁦⁩. The full sequence is in the latest issue of ⁦
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Mike Hudema 9h
Wow. Mexico City's roadways are going green as highway columns are turned into vertical gardens. We have the solutions to pollution & the crisis. The only thing missing is the political will to implement them. ⁠
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julie 14h
penguins and polar bears suffer together with the limited ice space
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Sheril Kirshenbaum 3h
New agenda for House Science Committee: 1) Addressing change 2) Supporting Ed 3) Restoring credibility of the committee on science 4) Dealing w sexual harassment in science 5) Focusing on diversity & inclusion
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Graham Readfearn 8h
Me4 ⁦⁩ Longer fire seasons threaten to disrupt US-Australia firefighting cooperation
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Lynn Jurich 12h
If you haven’t read my latest article on optimism, check it out via
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Peter Gleick 10h
American refugees. Refugee camps for fire survivors? Butte County on ‘edge’ of humanitarian crisis after Camp Fire
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Mike Hudema 24h
This school in Denmark is being covered in 12,000 panels. RT if you think every school should get a upgrade.
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Scandal Machine 3000 1m
changegate: The New York Times involved in amoral cranberry with the Chief of Staff
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Fred Bentler Nov 14
Cities around the world at risk from climate change
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Chidi Akutu Nov 10
After an exciting few days at the in , are attending the 7th Ritossa Global Family Office Investment Summit in . A fantastic opportunity to connect with key influencers over the next few days!
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