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Prof Peter Strachan Jun 15
This remarkable photo highlights extreme melting "We see now that it's melting faster than at any point in at least the last three & a half centuries, & likely the last seven or eight millennia"
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Mike Hudema Jun 14
In just six years from now, 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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Linda Anderson ♻️ Jun 15
“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's needs, but not every man's greed.” -MahatmaGandhi-
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Ed Davey 🔶 Jun 15
How do we tackle ? We lead from the front. We did it before; we must do it again. It’s time to 🌿
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UN Foundation Jun 15
This week, Secretary-General & his fight to stop the crisis take the cover of . " offers an opportunity for multilateralism to prove its value.” Read more from :
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Ilhan Omar Jun 15
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change Jun 16
To those who say it's not possible... “In the 1960s and 70s, Costa Rica had the highest per capita deforestation rate in the world. We have managed not only to stop deforestation but to double forest coverage”
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Patricia Espinosa C. 13h
We are facing a & it is the fight of our lives. Around the world, young people are calling for greater and faster . Their voices should not & will not be ignored in our process at the conference.
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Katie Mack Jun 17
This is a great tool for visualizing exactly how is happening where you are. Blue stripes are cooler than average years, red stripes are hotter. Click the images to see the trend, and use the link to generate the image for your own location.
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Mark Maslin 16h
Reducing global emissions 101 1. Richest 10% can cut 50% of global emissions 2. Richest 50% can cut 90% of global emissions So the richest half of the World has enough resources and money to prevent below 1.5 C
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change Jun 16
58.4 % of all new cars sold in Norway in March were fully electric! This is part of an attempt by Western Europe’s biggest producer of oil and gas to transform to a greener economy.
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Gerald Kutney Jun 15
To climate deniers: ANYONE who denies the experts, esp. w/o training of their own, is placing their family at risk. How can you love your family & do such a thing? Science states that climate change is a serious threat & is getting worse. Do you not care? -
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ClimateChange Steves Jun 16
Too little, too late, so far isn't the end of the world but climate driven changes in weather are changing B.C. Our son says there is only one gravity flow sprinkler left running at his Cache Creek ranch. Less snow, early run-off, dry summer
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Demis Hassabis Jun 15
There are so many ways that machine learning and AI can help with , lots of great ideas for cross-field collaboration in this excellent paper by , Yoshua Bengio and many other colleagues who deeply care about this topic.
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💧Ronni Salt Jun 16
Pay attention: While Angus Taylor & his fellow blatherer Andrew Bolt carry on in the cheap seats about nuclear, getting everybody excited by tossing outrage words at them - they're distracting us from the key issue of Australia not meeting its emissions targets.
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change 13h
"To tackle the climate emergency head-on we must ban oil and gas exploration now, and redirect the vast subsidies propping up fossil fuel extraction towards creating decent jobs in a clean energy economy."
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Ed Davey 🔶 Jun 16
Replying to @LibDems
Depressing to read deniers appear to be biggest funders of both Johnson & Hunt campaigns; yet not surprising They don’t care about: 🌿 🌿Our kids’ futures 🌿Green policies Join me in fight against them
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Blacklock's Reporter 10h
Records disclose took car & chauffeur to photo op, later declared a emergency that's "killing people".
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UNESCO Jun 15
Lake Chad’s size decreased by 90% due to 🔻the overuse of water 🔻extended drought 🔻the impacts of See how 5 countries of the Lake Chad basin are joining forces to save the lake, their eco-systems & common future:
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Speak535 4h
Has anyone else been challenged by climate change deniers trying to plug obscure blogs or their own book? Seems like it is as much (or more) about self-aggrandizement and being provocative, like this guy who tried to plug his book to me last week.
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