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Paul Dawson on Climate Change Apr 23
What's low-tech, sustainable and possibly the most effective thing we can do to fight climate change? Planting trees. A trillion of them. Let's make sure that we do this through restoring natural forests rather than plantations
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change Apr 23
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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Greenpeace Apr 25
Individual actions alone are not enough, but that's no reason to stop doing our part 🌏
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Mike Hudema Apr 24
Norway is banning cars from the centre of Oslo. Parking spaces are to be replaced with flower beds. 🌸 60km of cycle lanes are being built. 🚲 We have solutions to the crisis. Let's implement them.
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Mark Ruffalo Apr 24
is without a doubt one of the most urgent issues of this decade. I can only hope that our 2020 presidential candidates treat it as such.
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Michael Flammer 15h
You have demonstrably managed to influence public perception in 🇩🇪 by your actions. Survey shows a rapid 16% increase in attention for in the last 14 weeks!👏 Thanks to
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Mike Hudema Apr 24
Pakistan is planting 10 billion trees. To fight with forests. We have the solutions, there is no time to waste.
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Extinction Rebellion Amsterdam 2h
Rebels swarming in Amsterdam: rush hour disrupted by 120 plus to make every single person aware of the due to . Governments fail, we act, non-violent civil disobedience. Join the rebellion!
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The Green Party Apr 24
We're proud to announce our amazing slate of candidates for the ! Say yes to Europe, No to . For now. For the Future! Check out the full candidate list here:
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Christiana Figueres 11h
We need the outrage we see on the streets as well as the deep conviction that we can address in order to break through the current status quo. That's why tomorrow we will launch a new podcast entitled 🎙Join us
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Mike Hudema 13h
Air pollution is now more deadly than war, smoking and TB. It kills 7 million people every year. We have solutions to keep our communities safe and deal with the crisis. Let's implement them.
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The Rebel Apr 24
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💧Michael Dowling💦 22h
Another day, another set of scary numbers [from LNP IPA Murdoch media] about climate change costs. Should we believe them? Short answer: no.
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Prof Peter Strachan 20h
Greta Thunberg : "Avoiding will require cathedral thinking. We must lay the foundation while we may not know exactly how to build the ceiling."
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The Green Party 10h
On , shouts the praises of and activists who met with party leaders to demand action on ✊🌍
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change 10h
"Rain is becoming more frequent in Greenland and accelerating the melting of its ice, a new study has found" "And if all of that ice melted, the sea level would rise by seven metres, threatening coastal population centres around the world"
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Lee #FBPE #FBR #FPHD Apr 24
A 16-year-old girl is trying to get countries to do more to prevent climate catastrophe, and a number of high profile adults are publicly trashing her. Where did we go so horribly wrong?
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Gerald Kutney 18h
One molecule of CO2 cannot do much, but a gazillion can change a planet's climate. One person cannot do much, but 7.7 billion can reverse the changes in the climate by CO2. -
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UN Environment 3h
Freshwater in rivers and lakes is a precious resource & essential for human survival. Challenge: It is increasingly under threat by population growth, & pollution. Answer? Manage, protect & restore freshwater ecosystems.
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FAO 3h
Climate change is trapping herders in a cycle of poverty in . 📽️ Watch to find out how acting early is changing this 👇
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