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💧 Dr Rhonda Garad Jun 19
The 'canary in the coal mine' for climate change are the starving polar bears in the arctic. A state of emergency in a remote area of northern Russian - dozens of hungry polar bears scavenging for food and entering public buildings/homes.
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Mike Hudema Jun 16
In Turkey they're using wind from passing busses to rotate wind vanes and panels creating enough electricity to power 20,000 homes. We have the solutions to the crisis. The only thing missing is the political will to implement them ⁠
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Peter Gleick Jun 19
Flesh-destroying, lethal bacterial infections are now expanding into new regions as change warms ocean waters. via
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Jane Philpott Jun 18
In the face of a emergency, courage is not spending public funds on oil & gas expansion. It is calling for evidence-based national incentives for solar plants, rooftop solar, wind and wave energy generators, geothermal solutions and hydroelectric power.
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CBC Kids News Jun 20
What do want? More than a million kids across the world have been skipping school to protest for our . We talked to some of the kids in to find out what kinds of changes they want to see.
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Mike Hudema 9h
New Dehli just experienced its highest ever June temperature. 48 degrees in Delhi , 50 in Rajasthan. Almost 19 million people live in Delhi. The climate crisis is here, let's do something about it.
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change Jun 19
"What we do over the next 10 years will determine the future of humanity for the next 10,000 years. There is no major centre in the world that would be focused on this one big issue," The 1st thing we should do is stop subsidising fossil fuels!
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Assaad Razzouk Jun 23
Melting ice news so far in June 1 Scientists "amazed" as Canadian permafrost thaws 70 years early 2 East Siberian Arctic Shelf emitting more and more methane 3 Himalayan glacier melting doubles since 2000 4 Highly unusual: 50% of Greenland starts melting
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Mike Hudema 5h
Tesla is supplying the island of Hawaii with 54,978 panels, hooked up to 272 power packs to help provide 24 hr . We have solutions to the crisis, let's implement them.
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Mike Hudema Jun 21
Wow! MASSIVE! The youth rise again. They march to demand we act on the growing : We have solutions to the crisis, implement them.
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Elizabeth May Jun 23
That - and wasting at least $10 billion more on a dilbit pipeline to increase GHG while threatening our whales and waters - inland and coastal.
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IPBES 8h
"The global crisis is the greatest challenge that humanity will ever face." Pink Floyd's David Gilmour sold his guitar collection for nearly £17m at auction to fight for "dreams of green fields and rivers" and fund .
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Mike Hudema Jun 23
98% of Costa Rica's power already comes from . Half of the land is covered by forest. They're aiming to transform their entire economy to have a zero carbon footprint. It can be done. Let's get moving. .
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NOAA Jun 18
SEE: A map of May 2019 Global Significant Events from
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Elizabeth May Jun 21
The first climate plan from any Canadian gov't was in 2005. A very credible plan developed by Stephane Dion and former PM Paul Martin. Still a high water mark.
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Dr. Jonathan Foley Jun 19
Can nature help us solve the crisis? Yes! In this video, I explain how. via
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Mike Hudema Jun 23
Thousands of people shutting down one of the largest coal mines in Europe. We're in a emergency.
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World Economic Forum Jun 23
Planet-saving projects. 📕 Read more:
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Mike Hudema Jun 21
Egypt is building the world's largest farm comprised of 6,000,000 . It's so large it will be visible from space We have solutions to the crisis, let's implement them. Join:
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Mike Hudema Jun 20
Scientists studying climate change expected layers of permafrost in the Canadian Arctic to melt by the year 2090. Instead, it's happening now: In this emergency, how do new pipelines make any sense?
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