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Greta Thunberg Jun 18
One second they declare a and the next second they say yes to expand a pipeline. This is shameful. But of course this is not only in Canada, we can unfortunately see the same pattern everywhere...
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Greta Thunberg Jun 18
Canada declares national . It’s great that more countries and regions are doing this. But remember:The fossil fuels must stay in the ground. Forget “climate neutral” and clever accounting. Our emissions must start their way to zero. Now.
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Elizabeth May Jun 17
I’m disappointed to say that I am currently the only party leader in the House of Commons for the debate... this is a national security issue, it is time we started treating it as one.
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Sophie Harrison Jun 18
Declaring a , and then approving a new heavy oil pipeline the next day, is a form of climate science denial. Scientists say we have to cut pollution, fast, and hit zero by 2050. We can’t also spend public $ expanding fossil fuels.
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Greenpeace UK Jun 13
BREAKING: Last night climbers were removed from a BP oil rig which was set to drill for 30mn barrels of more oil. But that hasn’t stopped us. This morning activists have REOCCUPIED the rig. The is just too important.
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Greenpeace Canada Jun 18
- Prime Minister Trudeau has just approved the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. After declaring a ! We need to NOW, add your name for a >>
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Green Party Canada Jun 18
Shouldn't an emergency... ...be a priority? Guess we're the only party who thinks so. 🤷‍♀️
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Greta Thunberg Jun 15
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Prof Peter Strachan Jun 15
This remarkable photo highlights extreme melting "We see now that it's melting faster than at any point in at least the last three & a half centuries, & likely the last seven or eight millennia"
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Sian Berry Jun 18
The only answer to Heathrow expansion plans is a big, fat NO. We are in a . More planes will trash the planet and trash Londoners’ transport capacity, air quality and our mental health. Shame on every MP who voted to get it to this stage.
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Wendy Harmer Jun 16
Just heard a report on from New Delhi where it was 48C. Street kids fighting each other for water; labourers dropping dead where they worked; desperate wildlife gasping for a drink. A terrifying future.
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Coast Protectors Jun 18
“No matter who approves it, this pipeline will not be built,” said Will George, a leader of Protect The Inlet. 5:30 pm in Vancouver today - meet at the corner of Hamilton & Georgia ✊
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Elizabeth May Jun 18
Trudeau hopes to magic away increased GHG emissions from by claiming money earned will be spent on clean energy. Carbon budgets don't work that way. We actually have to reduce GHG; not add more, if we want to meet Paris target.
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Greenpeace UK 17h
Scientists expected Arctic permafrost to melt as the hits, but not this early. Not 70 years early. We need to cut emissions to zero, fast.
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WWF UK 3h
Stunning photo. Shocking reality. If any picture paints the , it's this. Photo by .
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Green Party Canada Jun 17
: Parliament just declared a . Now will our government take that seriously, and: - stop reckless pipelines - stop destrucitve fracking - stop propping up the oil industry Because emergencies demand *immediate* action.
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Green Party Canada Jun 18
Yesterday a . Today... a pipeline? That doesn't add up.
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Liberal Party Jun 18
Last night, the House of Commons officially declared a National . There’s no time to waste – we have to act now. Add your name to show your support ➡️ 
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Greenpeace UK 17h
Do you want to see the government move quicker on climate breakdown? You're not alone. Nearly 70% of people in the UK want faster action on climate and saving wildlife from extinction. No more excuses.
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Sian Berry Jun 18
Today on BBC News - why Heathrow's greed should not come before the health of Londoners and our planet:
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