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Assaad Razzouk Jul 8
In other news, global heatwave continues to smash records: - Tbilisi: 41°C - Baku: 43°C - Yerevan: 42°C - Iran: 53°C - Montreal: 37°C - Ottawa: 47°C - Denver: 40°C - Los Angeles: 44°C (111°F) and all of Southern Ca - Scotland: 33.2°C It’s a hot new world
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Assaad Razzouk 11h
The biggest PV project in the world outside China and India is now online in Mexico - producing enough electricity to power 1.3 million homes -, a key milestone of Mexico's push to generate 35% of its electricity from by 2024
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Assaad Razzouk Jul 14
Last week, the temperature in Sydney topped 24.7C (76.5F) over 2 days in July for the 1st time since records began- 8C higher than the average temperature for this time of year This after most parts of the city recorded their hottest-ever autumn
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Jeff Colgan Jul 12
Security courses in IR could also stand to spend at least a week on . Following my earlier thread on and IPE, here is a short list of suggestions from the many possible readings (and I’m bound to miss good ones; be forgiving, please) 1/x
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Mike Hudema 19h
"If only there was some kind of (almost) infinite power source that was free to use all day every day." We have energy choices. Let's make the right ones. RT if you want panels not pipelines.
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Assaad Razzouk Jul 12
The Republic of Ireland becomes the world’s 1st country to sell off its investments in fossil fuel companies The state’s €8bn national investment fund will be required to sell all investments in coal, oil, gas and peat
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Mike Hudema Jul 10
POW! On Navajo land in Arizona, the largest coal plant in the western U.S. is being replaced by : RT if its time to go
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nora bateson Jul 14
It may turn out to be much easier to work on systems change than to try and separate each crisis into a silo of responses. Complex interdependence is a cental characteristic of all of the critical issues we face now.
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OpChemtrails Jul 5
How many generations before our real sky has been forgotten? 1, 2?
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Mike Hudema Jul 13
BAM!!! Costa Rica Becomes the First Nation to Ban Fossil Fuels: RT if you want panels not pipelines.
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Assaad Razzouk Jul 10
Siberia: Enormous wildfires of boreal are burning at a rate unprecedented in at least 10,000 years, with current smoke spreading over an area 1,250 miles (2011 kilometers) wide Because: change
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Jim Harris 25m
ALARMING: Antarctica has lost 2.7 TRILLION tons of ice since 1992! GREAT GRAPHICS by to help understand the MASSIVE scale of the problem: Magazine's article:
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Assaad Razzouk Jul 12
Done! California delivers, slashing emissions to 1990 levels 4 years ahead of schedule
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Assaad Razzouk Jul 13
The unprecedented Japan floods are another reminder that the planet has ALREADY warmed. To continue to ignore or downplay this should no longer be acceptable
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Assaad Razzouk 18h
If Were a Country, It Would Be the 3rd Largest Emitter of Greenhouse Gases In the World, After China and the USA
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World Economic Forum 2h
Here's what Earth might look like in 100 years — if we're lucky
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#Kamloops PC Doctor Jul 12
Nobody Can Tell the Future, but + 's Are Part Of Our !
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Andy Oz Jul 14
A puff of wind in South Australia, that quickly disappears, causes havoc for the rest of the electricity network. These are the daily and hourly challenges brought about by the cult gullibility of politicians
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Andy Oz 16h
experts in CSIRO & University academia say in Australia is a thing of the past, and sea level rise will swamp our coasts. Luckily they are 100% wrong. What else are they wrong about?
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CitizensClimateLobby Jul 12
Two more members join the bipartisan Solutions Caucus -- and -- making a total of 86! Tweet your thanks and ask your rep to join:
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