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Paul Dawson on Climate Change May 21
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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Antti Lipponen May 22
Surface temperature anomalies by country 1880-2018 in 22 seconds. 🎞️:
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change May 21
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 22h
"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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John Stone May 20
HEY HUMANS! You stole my Ice! my Claws! my Skin! my Fins! my Horn! my Teeth! Give them back to me! Stop forcing me to make Babies, making me Fight. Give Me Back My LIFE!
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Progress Canada 16h
Norway has: - Banned deforestation - Instituted a carbon pricing plan in the 90's. - Put the vast majority of oil/gas revenues into a wealth fund to pay for pensions/rebates/schooling/etc - More electric vehicles being sold than petrol ones Be more like Norway.
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Jeffrey Saelens May 20
Welcome to the Palmer Divide in mid-May. This is why Was re-branded to
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Seeker 🌐 May 20
Bill Gates: “Do you guys on Wall Street have something in your desks that makes steel? Where is fertilizer, cement, plastic going to come from? Do planes fly through the sky because of some number you put in a spreadsheet?” H/T
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Diane Abbott 13h
Have you heard the news? Labour will work with our European neighbours to deliver a Green Industrial Revolution – tackling for our people, our planet and not for private profit. Here’s what we’ll do 👇🌍
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change May 21
"Policymakers have severely underestimated the risks of ecological tipping points, according to a study that shows 45% of all potential environmental collapses are interrelated and could amplify one another."
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UN Climate Change 19h
. chief has told world leaders "don't come with a speech, come with a plan" to tackle at the September . These are the 9 key areas in which the world needs to see significant 👉
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Ross Gerber 20h
As tons of FUD and Wall Street attacks on Tesla continue. It is hard to be a shareholder as this is not normal disruption like malls or cabs. These are trillion dollar industries that support countries. This is the Tesla war. It’s a was against carbon and
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World Economic Forum 23h
Climate change is an 'imminent' security threat, risk experts say
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On it's important to remember that loss and are environmental, development, economic, security, social and equity issues that must be addressed together to achieve a sustainable future, for people and for nature.
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Neil Kaye 23h
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World Bank May 21
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The climate change election? Waleed is spot on. If you want the miners to vote yes to action on you have to show them how their future will look as we transition away from coal. Understandably miners put their families first.
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