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IPCC Aug 8
🌍 Special Report on and Land: Land is where we live. Land is under growing human pressure. Land is a part of the solution. But land can’t do it all. press release ➡️ SPM ➡️
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IPCC Aug 9
Read the Special Report on Climate Change and Land here:
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IPCC Aug 15
Our author Pete Smith of describes what an approval plenary is like
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Sunrise Movement 🌅 Aug 8
BREAKING: The UN's found climate change threatens the world's food supply by: ➡️ Intensifying floods, drought, & wildfires (speeding up the rate of soil loss) ➡️ Cutting crop yields & harming livestock ➡️ Causing food shortages & mass migration
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World Resources Inst Aug 10
Meat from ruminants (beef, sheep, and goat) is by far the most resource-intensive food requiring over 20x more land & generating over 20x more than pulses per gram of protein. Learn more:
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WRI Restoration Aug 12
The science from the is clear: Indigenous groups and local communities are critical to fighting climate change. It's time to help them secure, protect, and restore their land
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Andy Reisinger Aug 13
Too busy, or need poetry? Here’s the ’s Special Report on Climate Change and Land summarised in 29 . (Disclaimer: personal choices here, not representing the same balance as the full report. Apologies for misappropriating this ancient art form…) [1/29]
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The Nature Conservancy 3h
Land can be a source or a sink for carbon emissions. The difference? How we treat the lands on which all life depends. Our practices can amplify or moderate climate change. Which path will we choose?
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Bjorn Lomborg Aug 14
"Eat less meat" is the typical headline for the new special report. This is an ineffective and unachievable policy response. Rather than false hopes about dietary change, the focus should be on improving agricultural practices. Learn more:
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Extinction Rebellion South Bay Aug 13
Difficult to imagine the possibility that we might experience hunger in the . But, with a "multi-breadbasket" global crop failure on the horizon, the threat is very real. Crap. I like food. 😢🍽️💀 : to Cause Food Collapse
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Ruth Lovell 3h
Replying to @metpoliceuk
THIS WLD BE THE WAY MS GILLIAN HAD TREATED ME FROM THE DAY MR CHRIS LOVATT & Co. HAD TAKEN OVER FROM THE , THIS BEING THE RESPONSE FROM ALL THE EMAILS I HAVE BEEN SENDING, THAT SHE HAS TOTALLY IGNORED.
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IUCN Aug 11
There are solutions that can be deployed that combat land degradation, put food on the table, deliver economic benefits and build resilience to , all at the same time. Read more in ’s response to this week’s report.
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Elizabeth Farrelly Aug 9
Forgiving land clearers because of drought is like comforting a fat child with chocolate
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Asure Network Aug 13
Just one day left until the end of our pre-sale TGE! Hurry up to get 25% bonus! for people's wellbeing!
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Earthjustice Aug 12
“[Climate change] really calls on us to think across the entire food production chain. There’s no single silver bullet.” -Debra Roberts, Co-Chair of Working Group II
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David Suzuki FDN Aug 15
"Producing 1,000 calories of beef takes 36,000 calories of feed, uses more than 430 gallons of water and 140 square metres of land and generates nearly 10 kilograms of greenhouse gas emissions." Read this week's
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Staging Change 21h
Co-director or , , about to read at ! 1.5 Degrees Live! have been reading the report over the last 5 days 💚
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FAIRR Initiative Aug 16
Land is fast changing from a carbon sink to a carbon source -
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Stephen Cornelius Aug 16
My blog on what is in the new IPCC Special Report on and Land and what governments should do...
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Frances Leader - Activist #FUEU Aug 15
Replying to @PaulEDawson
LIAR. How dare you propagandise on twitter? This graph, compiled from two peer reviewed papers, blows massive holes in your nonsense & proves that CO2 is at an all time LOW. It also proves there is no correlation between global temperature & CO2 in the atmosphere.
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