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Dept for BEIS Sep 18
We’ve decarbonised faster than any other G20 country in the 21st century, committed over £3 billion to support low carbon innovation between 2015-2021, and by 2030, 70% of our electricity could come from low carbon sources 🇬🇧🌍🌱
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Extinction Rebellion Farmers Sep 12
We are all farmers from across the UK and on 4th October we are driving THE PINK TRACTOR to the London. Get on board!
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Dept for BEIS Sep 20
12 new renewable energy Contracts for Difference winners announced today will: ⚡power over 7m homes with clean green energy by 2025 👷‍♀️create 8,000 green jobs across the UK 🌍 be another step forward on our road to by 2050
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 - At #UNGA Sep 14
The UK has gone further and faster than any other major economy in cutting emissions. Now we are set to host crucial climate change talks in Glasgow next year.
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Richard Benyon Sep 20
I'm proud of our target and campaigned for it. But I know we must do more to get there, so I make these pledges to my constituents joining the today. I will keep campaigning & fighting for your future inside and outside of parliament
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George Minter Sep 19
We grow food, eat it, & eliminate it, all animals do. We live & we die, & plants do too. All organic matter decomposes to methane, a climate super-polluter. Capture & methane & oxidize it to CO2, entrapped by plants - a carbon cycle. !
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Equinor UK Sep 20
The UK needs lots of offshore wind to become carbon neutral by 2050. Now we’re constructing the world’s largest offshore wind farm, Dogger Bank, which will produce renewable energy equivalent to powering 4.5 million British homes 😁
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Joeri Rogelj Sep 19
Replying to @JoeriRogelj
In a low-carbon world in which the world has managed the transition to or even net negative, energy investments are indistinguishable of those that we would consider in a catastrophic high-emission world. (10/n)
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British Hemp Association Sep 20
saves 🌳🌳🌳& is 1 of the best sinks there is. It also restores the & yields thousands of environmentally friendly products. We urgently need Hemp's help! 🌿🌿
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Mike Thompson Sep 20
Remember when said we'd been very cautious on assumed future innovation for ? We assumed cost would drop 26% to £51 in 2050. Beaten by 2025. 🤦‍♂️👍
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ClimateHeritage Sep 16
Reuse land. Reuse buildings. Reuse neighborhoods. Reuse our ancestor's wisdom of low-carbon living. Reuse time-tested ethics of stewardship & conservation. Use culture & hertiage to decarbonize now!
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AEF Sep 19
Ministers have decided that publication of the Aviation Strategy White Paper will now be delayed until 2020. This is good news, giving Government time to fully consider the implications for UK aviation policy of the forthcoming advice from on aviation CO2 and
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Rail Delivery Group 10h
Rail is already a green way to travel, cutting up to 7.7million tonnes of carbon emissions every year. But more can be done and the rail industry continues to work together to ensure we play our part in meeting the government’s target.
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 Sep 17
We're driving more miles in private cars than ever before, and emissions from road transport are on the rise... Transport policy is still going in the wrong direction.
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Hugh Martineau Sep 18
Farming. Is there a misunderstaning of definitions & boundaries for 'net zero' emissions targets? Net zero is when removals are equal to the emissions of GHG. This presents opportunities and challenges. It doesn't do the farmers any good to misrepresent the data.
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La Trobe University Sep 19
When it comes to sustainability thinking, we've achieved a lot so far. But there's still a way to go. We're not resting on our laurels. Our regional campuses will be carbon neutral by 2022. The whole university will be by 2029.
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jamiewallace Sep 18
There's 0.7 acres that's almost completely out of bounds to people on foot! Think what an economy-enhancing, life-affirming, environment-improving space you could create here with some creativity, leadership and political will
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Emma Fidler Sep 20
On the day of the latest , offshore wind has just become the cheapest form of power in the UK! Great opportunity for us to ramp up to meet by 2050 at the lowest cost, whilst also using our knowledge & expertise to help other countries do the same.
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World Green Building Council Sep 20
. CEO : “To get to we need to collaborate - let’s work together for a better built environment for our children, for our future.”
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Extinction Rebellion Farmers 44m
Replying to @natsheep
It’s so frustrating, we agree. But we just have to keep pushing our message that grass based systems and nature friendly farming can help led to . We are right behind you!
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