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Protect The Earth's Future Dec 7
A new report says that emissions are like a “speeding freight train.” We must restore our global leadership. We don’t have much time. doesn’t get it. It’s time for a new Select Committee and a .
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March for Science SD 2h
CA mandates rooftop on all new houses, but economists argue there are more efficient ways to cut more at lower cost
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Emma's Organic Dairy Dec 13
the irony that Virgin Atlantic bans beef because of when it releases tons of carbon trapped underground millions of years ago on every flight - must have been the really intensive factory beef they were serving - get real Virgin
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C4Coin Dec 10
Scientists have high confidence that will continue to rise largely due to produced by human activities. The forecasts a of 2.5 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit over the next century.
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Terra Viva Grants Dec 13
Borlaug Global Research Alliance Fellowships on Agricultural 2019 The U.S. Department of Agriculture invites applications for the 2019 Borlaug Global Research Alliance Fellowships. How to apply:
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Qatar Tribune Dec 14
The scheme would reduce from landfill, but could lead to less frequent collections of general household waste
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Rajendra Shende Dec 15
I wish there is stand-off in rise in of as well.⁦⁩ ⁦
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Boson Energy Dec 13
Replying to @ThermaxCooling
You'll find explained – that is how we and our partner turn the heat we produce (with as the only fuel) into super-green -free thermal cooling.
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Paul Tittle Dec 7
RT : The great dying event, which occurred 250 million years ago over an uncertain timeframe of hundreds of years, saw ’s increase by around 10C, most probably a consequence of increased caused by volcanic activity.
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Hilda Haller Dec 13
Meat produces huge amount and is massive waste of water and farmland. It's not an moral opinion, it's a fact.
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MyGug Dec 14
Use your food waste to create energy. Otherwise it will continue to produce greenhouse gases as it slowly decomposes in a landfill.
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Marion Chivot Dec 10
Five international are pledging to use the billions at their disposal to steer clients away from businesses that emit large amounts of . The banks, led by ING of the Netherlands, announced the plan Tuesday on…
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Sustainable Harvest Dec 11
Speaker at side event says in atmosphere increased in 2018 despite progress curtailing emissions due to less mitigation by forests, soils & oceans.…
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Jose Adrian Jimenez, UAP PhilGBC GreenAP 10h
This name is a rock star when it comes to climate science. 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽 Katharine Hayhoe
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SOCAAR Dec 7
The transportation sector is now the largest source of carbon dioxide emissions in the United States, and has been for two years. European countries are seeing similar patterns.
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Wayne Campbell Dec 15
A major win for humanity as agreement on rulebook for Paris Climate Treaty reached in Poland.
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Palm Free Council Dec 14
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klanierca Dec 11
Scientists at the ’s in Poland “have laid down the gauntlet for political leaders” in devising how nations will cut , applying the stick (dire future) and carrot (it can be done,
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GEAIreland Dec 12
"The talks [...] aim to set a new rulebook for governments to reduce and to raise ambitions, after warnings of dire consequences if rises more than 1.5C above pre-industrial levels." - via
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Hilda Haller Dec 13
Replying to @amazingatheist
How about the scientific bits? Concidering you're an atheist it would be logic to widen the ethics and scientific approach on all areas of life, not only beliefs.
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