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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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Stefan Henningsson Nov 29
Check out the updated site these hours before world meets for
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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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Technology for Good Sep 13
8 game-changing strategies & 67 solutions for climate action: Ericsson is part of a coalition of business + science organizations taking action NOW. Learn more about the :
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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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Åke Lindström Jan 11
Climate action in Kista Science City
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Charlie Gullström Jan 11
Excellent vizualization tool under way: Swedish Climate Policy Dashboard webinar where also @pernillabergmark stressed policy-sharing and knowledge-sharing must be accelerated through digital processes and AI
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Technology for Good Sep 11
We are excited to be part of a coalition of biz + science orgs helping to release the at in San Francisco that charts the speed, scale & options to meet the Paris Agreement by 2030.
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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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Charlie Gullström Jan 11
Final conclusions where urge industry to Halving Roadmaps and accelerate digitalisation in view of 2030. I say well in line with mission-oriented call to collaborate towards ”Climate-neutral Cities 2030”!
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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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Maria Vuorelma Feb 1
Replying to @shenningsson @IEA and 2 others
It looks promising with reaching goal of doubling R&D funding of by 2020, but we’re not there yet. We need to accelerate (exponentially 😉)
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Wendy Broadgate Jan 11
Digital solutions influence the decisions of 4 billion people every day
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andreas foller Sep 14
We are at an turnpoint. GHG emissions need to peak by 2020 and then fall dramatically – halving every decade in order to stop global warming at max 2*C. shares one example on what can be done here and now in
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Claire Sommer Sep 13
Cheatsheet for : Report released today identifies the 1/tech, 2/policy and 3/ shifts we need to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 ht
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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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owen gaffney Jan 23
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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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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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