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Mark Ruffalo Aug 22
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We must be honest with ourselves about these realities. is real, massive, and deserves a kind of peaceful mobilization on par with one that we would mount against an offending nation.
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Mark Ruffalo Aug 22
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If the threat we were facing with was coming from another country, we would not blink twice at trillions of dollars for a military response that uses violence, bloodshed, and displacement as a solution.
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Mike Hudema Aug 22
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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World Tourism Organization Aug 22
The is one of the wonders of the natural world - and massively important in our fight against . These fires are a global emergency. We remain watchful and hopeful these fires will be extinguished soon.
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James Melville Aug 22
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James J. Zogby Aug 22
God Bless DoloresHuerta - courageous 89 yr old labor leader arrested advocating for workers seeking an increase of $1 an hour. She’s an inspiration reminding us that you’re too old to fight for justice. Like the youth reminding us that you’re never too young either
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Abdifatah Hared 19h
We’re the first generation to feel the impact of and the last generation that can do something about it.
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Patrick Galey Aug 23
We’ve obtained draft guidance for industry on how to fight that promotes widespread use of untested geoengineering My on how big polluters could be given cover to drop emissions cuts in favour of “climate coolants”
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Gerald Kutney Aug 23
Why don't I like climate deniers? It is NOT bc they don't understand the climate sciences; it is bc they don't WANT to understand the climate sciences. -
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Gerald Kutney Aug 22
Why do climate deniers scrape the barrel to find trash science, when thousands of peer-reviewed studies support AGW? Are they that desperate to promote their lost cause?
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Alexandre Krauss Aug 23
"What starts in the Amazon doesn't stay in the Amazon. It changes our Planet" This statement from NASA is the best framing for the current catastrophic events taking place in the . What's next? A political solution...?
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James J. Zogby 13h
Losing a vote to hold a multi-candidate discussion is bad on so many levels: for climate policy, for voters cuz they need to hear where candidates stand, for party unity - we just slapped down a key constituency & for process - leaders dissed members
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FAO 12h
Deforestation is putting one of our biggest allies against at risk. 🌳🌲🌳🌲 store large amounts of carbon in trees, undergrowth and soils, representing one of our best ways of beating climate change.
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World Economic Forum Aug 22
This chart shows just how abnormally hot it's been in 2019
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𝐆𝐞𝐨𝐯𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐲 𝐕𝐢𝐜𝐞𝐧𝐭𝐞 𝐑𝐨𝐦𝐞𝐫𝐨 Aug 22
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24 yrs ago, Michael Jackson was way ahead of his time when he sung about in “The Earth Song”. Today, we need to and unite efforts to put that fire out. Even after , MJ keeps doing good & giving back.
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UN Development 17h
Greenhouse gas emissions must be cut 45% by 2030 to prevent the biggest -related risks. affects our :
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CitizensClimateLobby Aug 22
ICYMI... , star of the Paramount show "Yellowstone," narrates a short documentary about the impact is having on Yellowstone Park. CCL volunteer Charley Able talks about what citizens can do to solve the problem. Watch it here:
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La Toya Jackson 17h
Look at these pictures. Quite disturbing! Pay Close Attention! , the “lungs of the world” because it produces 20% of the world's oxygen. We need the !
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Mike Hudema Aug 23
Grey whale deaths on West Coast linked to warmer Arctic waters: We are in the crisis. There is no time to waste. Time for a .
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Bryan Dawson 6h
The last time we had atmospheric carbon above 415 ppm was 3 Million years ago >>>>> When seas were 82 feet higher. We were warned:
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