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EEB Jan 17
Happening now: students chant "we want change" demanding action in the EU quarter of etudiant manifestation Bruxelles climat
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Hugh Riminton Jan 17
PM responds to Fiji’s urging for a clean energy future: “We have a comprehensive response when it comes to change,” says Morrison. “We have sensible, achievable commitments.”
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Planetary Security🌍 Jan 14
🌎 Melting sea ice isn’t just bad news for polar bears, walruses are at risk too. As ice melts, it recedes from the shore, out to where the water’s too deep for walruses to dive for food. It's time to act on to save these species! Via
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Assaad Razzouk Jan 14
"Global ecosystem out of balance": Warming seas and over-fishing drive jellyfish apocalypse in Australia, with tens of thousands of people injured and billions of dollars in water-based industries from tourism to power stations at risk
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Jennifer Morgan 13h
Right now, leadership does not come from industry or government - but from youth, who are acutely aware of the consequences of inaction.
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The Weather Channel 18h
President Trump uses storm to mock change, confuses and climate again.
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Chris Fox 2h
Thank you to all the faith leaders worldwide who are speaking out & demanding action on change that is causing human suffering & will get much worse if we do not act with greater ambition —> I agree with the Archbishop of Canterbury: climate change is a justice issue!
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Climate Analytics 17m
New model proposes transition to 100% renewables by mid-century and land restoration efforts to meet target
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Mike Hudema 15h
China installs enough to cover a football pitch once an hour every single day. We have solutions to the crisis its time to implement them.
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Mike Hudema 16h
Roads are literally melting in Australia because of the extreme heat with temps over 120F: We must drop the pipeline talk and .
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Anykey Jan 18
10 year climate challenge...
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Georgina Woods 10h
Replying to @IPC_NSW
the United Wambo coal mine in the centre of the Hunter Valley, clearing 250 hectares of a nationally critically endangered woodland - also not yet approved, also before the in February
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Mike Hudema Jan 20
India is building one of the most sustainable cities in the world. 60% of the city will be green space or water, the buildings will be powered by , and it will create nearly half a million jobs! We have solutions to the crisis. Let's start implementing them
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Climate Briefings 6h
does NOT equal . A causes the jet stream to reach lower latitudes. Temps around the world will not rise uniformly. Last year temps in the arctic were +7C deg above average while global temps were 1.1C above.
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Friends of Science 18h
No. The evidence does not support what the hysterians say.
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Saleh kandami 6h
Yeah, there is war in anywhere, terrorism, conflicts, unstable political situation and many horrible and unbelievable things in this world during this century. All this temporary but the climate is something permanent. Now we need to focus about real future
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Denise Hummitzsch Jan 17
You want a ? Think about this. Bildquelle: @louisadellert (Instagram)
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Force-of-Nature 3h
Staff speaking now - "In light of the recent report, staff are recommending adopting the higher targets included in that report". You go, staff!!! We're cheering you on!
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Stora Enso 1h
Stora Enso has been included on 's 2018 Climate A List, which identifies the global companies that are taking leadership in action. 🏅
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Jeanne Yacoubou 1h
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Steve_Filipovic 3h
Replying to @CO2isLife
Maybe one of his models was boiling over and he was in a rush?
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