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GO GREEN Aug 7
In just over 200 years, having burned millions of years of stored carbon oil gas coal - Big Oil have altered our - to the point where Arctic is in its death throes and Antarctica is beginning to disintegrate - these areour Earth coolers - without them we cease to exist
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GO GREEN Aug 10
Confirms the brutal reality of what people like my have been saying for years - "A group of 25 leading scientists now conclude that catastrophic warming is almost inevitable if emissions continue at their current rate" or perish
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James Woods Aug 10
Uh oh! What’s next? Russians? change? Babies in cages? 57 genders?
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GO GREEN Aug 9
Arctic already reached tipping point: "Based on observations at 100 field sites, northern permafrost released on average about 600 million tons more carbon than vegetation absorbed each year from 2003 to 2017, scientists estimated in October 2019"
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Paul Dorfman 25m
UK firm's power breakthrough could make world's most efficient panels by 2021
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MEHRETAB MEDHANIE Aug 13
has about 2.1ml ha of arable land; 0.6m ha can be irrigated all year. Currently, only about 54,000ha are irrigated, mostly fallow, spate & surface. 2019-2023 strategy aims to transform agri-production through modern irrigation networks& smart agri-value chains.
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David Spratt Aug 12
A thread. “Fear” versus “hope” in communications. How about brutal honesty? @paulgildingr 1/x
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UN Convention to Combat Desertification Aug 6
Sunday is . 370 million of indigenous peoples make up less than 5% of 🌎 population yet manage over 1/4 of land + support 80% of . Sustainable future lies in ways of conservation + resilience.
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Matti Liimatainen 21h
In North , so-called management sometimes looks like this: intact old-growth after several hundreds years of slow growth for & burning , replaced by plantations. stored in trees & ground is released into , lost
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Lobby For Climate Aug 10
Investors cannot leave action on the back-burner! Thanks Kristoffer Tigue
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Geography made easy Aug 13
Awesome interactive movie that shows the changes in the Artic ice cap
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Andy Oz 18h
Good News Everybody! Scam Conference is cancelled. Now is time to disband the IPCC & stop the farce. “Most of UN climate science report likely to be delayed beyond 2021 Glasgow summit.”
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Assaad Razzouk Aug 10
New: Antarctica's floating ice shelves lost enough water in 25 years to fill the Grand Canyon, or 4,000 billion metric tons, since 1994 (think about that as 588 billion elephants) Yes, ice is melting faster than it is being replaced
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GO GREEN Aug 9
Europe’s renewable energy policy built on burning American trees -millions of tons of wood from US forests each year being shipped across Atlantic, and burned in power plants in in UK Netherlands - increasing emissions, making change worse
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Mike Hudema Aug 10
Germany 🇩🇪 is launching the most environmentally friendly trains in the world. They are powered by hydrogen and oxygen. The only waste they produce is water. We have the solutions. Time to ditch fossil fuels and implement them.
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Mike De Souza Aug 7
The last fully intact ice shelf in the Canadian Arctic has collapsed, losing more than 40 per cent of its area in just two days at the end of July, researchers said on Thursday. A stunning report by
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Mike Hudema Aug 12
Copenhagen is set to become the world's first carbon neutral capital. We have solutions to the crisis. Let's stop the delays and implement them.
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Extinction Rebellion Vancouver 15h
"the most important issue of our times"
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Mike Hudema Aug 11
BAM! Canada is transforming what used to be the world’s largest coal plant into a huge farm. We have the solutions. Now time to ditch the pipelines and implement them.
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Graham Readfearn 22h
From me - BHP withdraws support for Australia's use of carryover credits to meet emissions target
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