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🌊 Dr. Jennifer Glass 🌊 32m
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NWF - RMRC 6h
After hours of testimony we haven't heard anyone say they think allowing waste & other pollutants into the atmosphere is a good idea. It's been a powerful day, but we can't stop now. Weigh in & let know we can't afford to go backwards.
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水守みどり(ネット上の名前) Nov 13
Wildfire may be caused by gas from cracks on the ground. I think you may be able to decrease spurting gas and make extinguish easier by thrusting pipes on the ground in lower places and letting methane gas escape. The reason why I think so is as follows:
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SheOfTheCruach Nov 13
Unfortunately you've made the same error as most...now what about the lethal gas emitted via fracking ?
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LoveCo2mbeDown Nov 12
At 's talk last night we talked again about the huge impact that cattle for human consumption have on the environment. After watching earlier in the year at our meetings I wonder how many made changes in reducing or cutting out meat and dairy?
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B Miner Nov 10
Replying to @business @bopinion
That doesn't take into account the dramatic increase in in the atmosphere. Cows contribute 2%+ which increases the plant overall temperature greater than Co2. Deaths from global warming would off set that count by an unknown number.
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SeekOps CEO 28m
Great leadership out of for deployment and using advanced
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Narayan Gopinathan Nov 12
Simply ban coal-fired power within a short timeframe. The US does not need it. We also should enforce tough restrictions on emissions and HFCs.
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Jumping Bean Nov 12
You cannot talk about reducing greenhouse emissions without talking about transitioning to more plant-based eating.
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Dre Henderson Nov 13
You need to cut down on all climate change gases we use in the world, not just what we use in Scotland. Ditch the animal agriculture in Scotland and abroad. The planet, and other species being wiped out because of it, can't sustain it.
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Frack Free Doncaster 2h
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Enviro Entrepreneurs Nov 13
Open letter asks to testify against Trump admin's proposal to rollback EPA safeguards via Sarah Loflin () and Lauren Pagel ()
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Steve_Filipovic 10h
Replying to @scott917 @NaomiAKlein
see the last low point on the graph I sent? its 28 ppm above death for everything on land. we are now 255 ppm above death for everything on land, not too much! is at 1.8 ppm it absorbs the same frequency as water vapour does,what does this mean? Apply Grey Matter here!
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