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David Goelz 18h
I totally agree with Bill Gates: 100% carbon free electricity generation is a key element to fight . But not the only solution. Aggriculture, manufacturing and transportation also need to significantly reduce .
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The Docterr 8h
Increasing temperatures will release more , unlock methane, and cause more evaporation of water.
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The Docterr 8h
Due to the , the burning of like , and started on a Massive Scale. This not only increased but was also responsible for large scale Deaths due to and other respiratory diseases.
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Anaeko Feb 13
We have a responsibility to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, which means we need to step up our efforts. The concept of a smart city is a collaborated effort from both government and businesses.
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SunriseGoldenMonthly Feb 10
Replying to @VisionsGold
Plants that provide carbon fixation draw this greenhouse gas from our atmosphere, and puts it back into the land. This reduces the warming caused by the sun’s rays as Carbon, like other greenhouse gases, absorb heat in our atmosphere.
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Simon Feb 15
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jackcullodisc Feb 10
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Shael Morgan Feb 7
I’ll happily breathe hot air while I can, without a mask.
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William E. Densmore Feb 7
Global Warming. Have me met the enemy which is us?
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Rickey Estes Feb 8
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klanierca Feb 15
“Natural gas” is mainly , most potent of all . The wider this becomes known, the better. Eg,: , beset by opposition to its ,
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Charles G. Pfeiffer Feb 11
They won’t be able to ride bicycles because they’ll shut down the factories that would make them due to . I’m not sure if they can ride horses either. They sometimes fart too!
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Joanne Spruce 10h
"Scientists Track the Source of Soot That Speeds Arctic Melt"
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Environmental Investigation Agency U.S. Feb 14
Replying to @EIAEnvironment
(2/5) Each year millions of tons of potent called and are leaking or being vented from our air conditioners, refrigerators, supermarkets and other systems!
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Nelda Foundation 17h
The program helps these companies monitor their progress towards measuring their emissions of , using a range of methodologies and tools created by the . Ready to learn more?
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fiona cahill Feb 12
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Aryt Alasti Feb 14
Companies and higher education institutions call for a global phase down of ‘super pollutant’ -
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RUtalksciencetome Feb 12
Ever wonder what an ice core scientist thinks? “Every time we handle a sample, it’s terrifying – it only takes one mistake to ruin weeks of work,” says Peter Neff of the University of Washington
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Breathing Delhi Feb 8
is the result of increase in the earth’s average surface temperature due to like…
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SOCOTEC UK Feb 15
Transport was the largest emitting sector for in 2017. We provide assessment of traffic related emissions. Click here:
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