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Shekhar Kapur Jul 31
Worldโ€™s richest and most powerful 10% are responsible for 50% of Global environmental damage and
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Naima Hussein Aug 3
The last time I went this beach the water was behind these trees now look is real
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Sana Packaging 37s
and go together. In fact, the mismanagement of plastic waste is a serious contributor to climate change and a significant โ€” but often overlooked โ€” opportunity for โ€”
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Alexander Verbeek ๐ŸŒ Aug 3
๐ŸŽˆ Born at an atmospheric CO2 of about 315 ppm, this may be the first birthday that I can say that I have experienced in my life a hundred points growth on that scary indicator. I will forget about that for just one day, if you promise me that you donโ€™t. ๐Ÿ˜Š
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Rafiqul Montu Aug 3
Monsoon brings disaster to the coastal areas of Bangladesh.
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Alexander Verbeek ๐ŸŒ 9h
๐ŸŒ Meanwhile, north of you, the destruction of our habitable beautiful planet as we know it continues at an unimaginable scale. Please vote for leaders that recognize science, and that have a long term vision for a fair and sustainable future.
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Licypriya Kangujam Aug 2
Remember when the deniers said that it was all rubbish and that our beachfront homes are not at risk? Experts believe that by 2050, more than 200 million people will be forced to flee their homes. They are referred as climate migrants or climate refugees.
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Little Green Space ๐Ÿ 20h
Spare a thought for the Bramble Cay melomys, which last year became the first mammal declared extinct due to human-caused . Lost forever, on our watch. We should be saying 'never again'. Let's ramp up positive action to tackle the climate and nature crises ๐ŸŒ
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Harini Nagendra 7h
We are hiring! Multiple postdoctoral and faculty positions open in the area of . We encourage applicants working in diverse areas of climate change, with backgrounds in natural science, engineering, social science and humanities. Please RT widely
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ใƒ˜ใƒณใƒชใƒผk Aug 3
My window nearly melted down . The huge thermometer in place between the storm-window and double panes topped out at 50ยฐ Deg C yesterday Today I installed a bamboo blind outside the window โ€ผ๏ธ OFC made in China. Cheap thanks to globalism Ready for now
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Andrew Nind 10m
OCR's consultation on a new GCSE in Natural History concluded in July. This feels like the beginning of a necessary green revolution in education. Isn't the environment now as fundamental as the three Rs?
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Krunal Mehta ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ Jul 31
The most reliable way to anticipate the future is by understanding the present.
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WindEnergyForum Aug 4
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Sachin Jacob๐ŸŒ 2h
This is my city . We experience floods every year. Infact according to the reports by Climate Central, 'rising sea level will submerge coastal cities like Mumbai by 2050.' But it's 2020 and we are already seeing the indications. Will our leaders act now?
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Human of Earth Aug 3
Somebody please, think of the children...
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Alex | โšข Aug 4
Can't believe I could have ruined my lungs by smoking weed, and instead I have intentional wildfires around my city doing the job ๐Ÿ˜” Jokes aside, is real, and these events are connected to it. We must act now against the
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Insta Science 8h
Rising temperatures driven by could cause tens of millions of deaths per year worldwide by the end of the century, potentially matching the global death rate for all infectious diseases combined: new study released by University of California, Berkeley on Monday
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Lukas Schnermann 7h
The worst-case scenario of the results in a 5 ยฐC hotter world in the next 80 years. This is the path we are on. And this path is :
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Louder Than Hate Aug 3
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Skylar 49m
Replying to @praddy06
When it rains somewhere it picks up dust elsewhere... How unpredictable has thou become my dear is for real
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