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A Malik Nov 8
In 2018, the levels of CO2 in the atmosphere set a new record high 407.4 parts per million (ppm).
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A Malik Nov 8
The average global temperature on Earth increased by about 0.8°C (1.4°F) since 1880 - two thirds of the warming occurred since 1975 at a rate of between 0.15 and 0.20°C per decade
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A Malik Nov 5
The number of extremely hot days in Odisha has been projected to increase by 30 times from 1.62 in 2010 to 48.05 by 2100.
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A Malik Nov 8
The ice sheets of both the Arctic and Antarctic are melting at increasingly higher rates. Since 1994, the Earth lost on average 400 billion tons of ice from its glaciers every year.
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A Malik Nov 5
Odisha may witness 42,334 more deaths every year due to extreme heat by 2100.
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A Malik Nov 8
Sea level has been rising consistently over the last decades - between 1900 and 2016, the sea level rose by 6.3-8.3 inches (16-21 centimeters. By 2050, sea-level rise will affect the homes of 300 million people worldwide.
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A Malik Nov 8
The heat from human emissions is equivalent to 400,000 Hiroshima nuclear bombs exploding across the planet every single day.
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The YEARS Project Nov 6
Wildfire smoke is a silent killer — and climate change is making it worse via
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A Malik Nov 8
The world loses one million hectares of coastal ecosystems every year - that's the equivalent of an area larger than New York City. More than one million species are at risk of extinction by climate change.
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Tony papa 4h
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LSW Nov 9
: In 1988, NASA scientist James Hansen testified before Congress: 99% confidence in warming trend.
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LSW Nov 9
. outlined roadmap to “victory” in 1998: convince the public to doubt
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The YEARS Project Nov 7
It’s hard to imagine that climate change could ruin our whole civilization, but some of the most powerful civilizations in history have been felled by climate.
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The YEARS Project Nov 9
Colorado’s cleanest energy options are also its cheapest
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Ramanan Raghavendran Nov 6
In case you wanted to clear up confusion about , here is a handy list. With thanks to .
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ARMED MILITIA Nov 6
Ummm our planets climate has been changing for millions of years. Man made change is negligible.
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Robert Richardson Nov 5
More than 11,000 scientists from around the world warn that "the planet clearly and unequivocally faces a climate emergency,” and provides six broad policy goals that must be met to address it. This is important.
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Candice Andrews Nov 12
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Niall Sargent 20h
Replying to @boucherhayes
Prof John Sweeney laying the out raw on Great tone set by to start a very impressive looking documentary
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Candice Andrews Nov 5
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