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Åke Lindström Jan 11
Climate action in Kista Science City
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owen gaffney Apr 26
We will build more infrastructure in the world in the next few decades than in history. Targeting disruption on the construction industry is needed for ⁩ ⁦
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Wendy Broadgate Jan 11
Digital solutions influence the decisions of 4 billion people every day
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Wendy Broadgate Jan 11
Future Earth’s shows pathways for halving of CO2 emissions from energy supply by 2030 dominated by wind and solar
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Stefan Henningsson Nov 29
Check out the updated site these hours before world meets for
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Lisa Jacobson Jan 11
1,5 degrees may be the tipping point we should not cross if we want to avoid says .
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Wendy Broadgate Jan 11
You can lead a happy and healthy life whilst meeting the 1.5 deg goal Markus Terho
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Johan Falk May 28
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Lisa Jacobson Jan 11
2 degrees is no longer a safe space for the planet - we need to act now! Wendy Broadgate about the importance of being involved in
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Future Earth Sep 13
Replying to @FutureEarth
Technologies are market ready, societally acceptable and economically attractive to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transport by 51% by 2030, through electric vehicles, mass transit and adapting the global shipping fleet.
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Charlie Gullström Jan 11
On the urgency to act now, support the momentum to bend the curve by 2020, the panel shows ALL sectors can do it! Positive note by @MarkusTerho : ICT industry is the wild card-provided better collaboration between actors to meet carbon law
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Future Earth Sep 13
Replying to @FutureEarth
Emissions from food demand could decrease 44% by 2030 through a major shift towards a healthy diet with lower meat consumption and reduction in food waste.
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Lisa Jacobson Jan 11
Following the we need to halve GHG emission every decade. Start now with !
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Päivi Pietikäinen Sep 22
Even if one hot summer doesn’t prove climate change is happening, we can all be sure that we can expect a warmer future. Read how is stepping up and taking climate change action.
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owen gaffney May 28
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Future Earth Apr 22
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EconomicsinTen Mar 28
Replying to @FutureEarth @WWF and 2 others
But this from the likes of , , and offers hope and a reason to stay positive, as we will try and do with our environmental special.
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The New Division Feb 7
Proud to have partnered with to bring the important report “12 big ideas in 12 years” to life. Read the full version here:
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Future Earth Feb 6
Intrigued by how the applies to business and tech? You might want to check out "12 big ideas for tech companies to help halve all global climate emissions in 12 years"
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Johan Falk Feb 3
Watch a great panel at Davos highlighting our with tech - and tech companies must become climate leaders
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