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Ada Colau Jan 15
Today we've declared a climate emergency in Barcelona. is right: our house is on fire. This is not a drill. Today we present 100 actions to reduce emissions by 50% by 2030 ->
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Carrers BCN Mar 7
Open Streets is on for its second round! From 17:00-21:00 today, the following streets are open: 📍 Gran de Gràcia 📍 Via Laietana 📍 Creu Coberta - Sants
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bbbr Feb 27
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Kate Shea Baird Jan 15
Replying to @KateSB
2) It isn't afraid to call out the multinationals that are to blame for 35% of global emissions. Barcelona continues to lead the way in the fight against corporate power
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TRF Climate Jan 16
backs up its declaration with 100 key measures to reach new goal to cut 50% by 2030, urging all to come on board
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Kate Shea Baird Jan 15
Replying to @KateSB
4) It's ambitious, increasing carbon emission reduction targets from 45% to 50% by 2030. Barcelona aims to be carbon neutral by 2050.
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Maria Capel Jan 18
Great proposal to reduce CO2 emissions and increase urban green space. Barcelona neta ❤️ 🌳
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David Jobling 🌏 Jan 17
those who have more need to make more effort. Burden's on those who suffer, with no choice but adapt. More than ever, we need to take care of the most vulnerable; press those who can to take transformative action.
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Francesc Baró Jan 15
Today my city has declared the climate emergency. Time for real action now!
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Bara Kabaka Jan 31
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Olly Maunder Jan 15
Barcelona has declared a climate emergency - backed up with a 100 point plan to reduce CO2 emissions by 2030 *including* those from the airport and port. Take note cc
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Kate Shea Baird Jan 15
Replying to @KateSB
3) It puts climate justice and inequalities at the centre, recognizing the need to transform the "unfair economic system" and calling on the most privileged to make the largest cuts.
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Marina Ramon Gorina Jan 15
Today Barcelona declared climate emergency backed by a plan of 100 actions developed with citizens and 200 organisations over the past months. They aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by 2030. This is not a drill.
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Frederic Ximeno Jan 27
Barcelona Declaration + Work Plan and 2030 50% emissions reduction target. Full document in english.
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xavi ferrer Jan 24
Moving towards sustainability: 💚 Maximum speed 30km/h: 75% of the streets will reduce the speed. 💚 Carfree city once a month: the most crowded streets will be for playing and walking.
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parbati sherbet Jan 17
Climate emergency declared in Barcelona - in English. Good ideas here, including greening the city and low-carbon public dining halls as well as increasing renewables.
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Megan Rowling Jan 15
Mayor of emphasises that confronting the will require a paradigm shift, a change in culture and a new economic model focused on sustainability and justice, bringing a greener, safer & healthier city for all residents
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Eloi Badia Casas Jan 15
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Manuel Grebenjak Jan 19
Barcelona's new declaration comes with 100 measures to build a more ecologically sustainable and just city. Here you can find the declaration in English. 👇
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margot pascual Jan 17
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