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Sha Jul 24
Do you want this sort of development at the cost of the habitability of your islands? Why are policy makers going ahead with more reclamation projects when we are faced with a and we know that nature based solutions are our only hope for survival?
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Adrian Bowyer Jul 23
1. It'll be worse than the predictions most governments are working with. 2. It won't be as bad as the worst predictions. 3. So it's both more important and more useful to do a lot more CO2 reduction urgently.
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Doyle Canning Jul 23
Interrupting your timeline with a heart stopping bit of news from Antarctica. ICYMI methane warms the planet faster than CO2. This is a feedback loop, once unleashed it can’t be stopped. We’re on a deadline and it’s not 2050. It’s now.
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David Gardner Jul 25
Joined evocative protest this morning against the proposed toxic Silvertown Tunnel. Time to pause given
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Nakabuye Hilda F. Jul 24
The hasn't stopped & so are we. We are watching you all decision makers decide our future. We are watching you & We are still watching you.
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Hambacher Forst Jul 21
836 When signs with Lord of the Rings references surfaced helicopter arrived: dangerous bookworms instrumetalizing JRTolkien to terrorize businessasussual disaster profiteering mentality!
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80/20 🅰🅳🅳🅸🅲🆃🅴🅳 Jul 25
Replying to @GretaThunberg
We are all will be screwed up, really hard and bad, very soon, if no actions will be taken, period.
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Dorota Sienkiewicz Jul 24
"Cost of preventing next pandemic 'equal to just 2% of economic damage'" - protect wildlife and forests. BUT will anyone listen and have guts to act on it?
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Dr. Genevieve Guenther Jul 30
125.78 degrees at Kuwait International Airport, a planetary record this is just 7° F less than the temperature in which the WHO recommends we cook food to destroy the cornonavirus we are in a
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FaithJustice Jul 22
We're running a six week course on Christian Responses to the Climate Emergency. Mondays 7.30pm-9.00pm starting on 3 Aug sign up now at
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💧 Dr Rhonda Garad Jul 24
Renewable energy is Aust's superpower - let's maximise it for the good of all.
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Luke Tucker Jul 24
(And yes I know it’s the summer holidays ffs but I’m still striking because I care)
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Boots On The Ground News! Jul 25
You activist says, ‘If we don’t save the trees and the planet we won’t have a life anymore.’ Do you care for our children’s future? I do!
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Aiman Jul 25
The destruction of Kulhudhuffushi kulhi to construct an airport is a case study in the false proposition of economic benefit over ecosystem services. A source of ecosystem services was destroyed for the promise of economic benefit that is yet to materialise.
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Paul Dawson Jul 24
We only have one Earth. Let's treat our home a lot better.
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Andrew Simms Jul 22
It was bad enough when the world's most high profile cycling team took fossil fuel sponsorship, but now, no joke, they're being renamed to promote a gas guzzling SUV. 'Team Ineos to be renamed Ineos Grenadiers for Tour de France'
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FaithJustice Aug 2
Our zoom sessions on the start tomorrow evening, it's not too late to join us.
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Climate Guardians Jul 24
Fires in Pantanal, world's largest tropical wetlands, 'triple' in 2020 “The wetlands are located across Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia and are one of the most biodiverse areas in the world.”
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Don't Drill The Wight Jul 25
Wow, amazing numbers! Thanks to everyone . Numbers are likely to change, when backlogged emailed & postal contributions are added. Further updates will follow soon regarding what happens next etc. Stay tuned😀
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