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WWEA-Pakistan Sep 25
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Paul Tonko ⚫️ Sep 19
Packed house today for our bipartisan conversation on climate action in Congress! Thanks to my colleague & the great for engaging, real talk on what we can do now and what we need to do next ➡️ to
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KimJ 29 Apr 18
My passion is to pour positivity into others, which means I have to first pour positivity into myself 💖
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OurEnergyPolicy Sep 19
The question is not what will the U.S. do, but what will we do next, said at . He said is in favor of federal policies that will enable greater actions by states and companies, which add up and all help.
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Emily Wirzba Sep 19
So excited for this climate conversation with and , moderated by . Thanks for hosting!
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Jarret Adams Sep 19
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Mariela Aug 2
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Nidya Báez 🎈 25 Feb 18
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WWEA-Pakistan Oct 1
Our esteemed guest Afifa Jabeen shares what its like to make a difference at
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Eva Esteban 28 Jan 18
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Tiffany Stecker Apr 8
Should natural gas still be considered a bridge fuel? 1 person on the panel says yes, 2 no, 1 says it's nuanced
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The Ocean Foundation Sep 19
“It’s more than , it’s now a backyard issue. The public is now driving this process," said Rep. Paul Tonko, New York 20th District discussing the with Rep. Francis Rooney, Florida 19th District at .
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Hayman (Buwaneswaran) Buwan ⚕️ Jul 18
Kauai, the final island stop before home. This one is personal as visiting a beautiful Sri Lankan/South Indian style Hindu temple being built over the past 3+ decades. Granite has been hand crafted. Plus its in a beautiful, lush and carefully planted oasis. ❤️ 🧘‍♀️
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Zorka Milin Sep 19
Thanks for the climate discussion today! Great point made by : one of the first things we need to do is eliminate the hundreds of millions of subsidies for fossil fuels and redirect them.
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Jennifer Gerholdt Apr 8
How to make climate change relatable and understandable? Number 1 thing we can do: talk about it!!
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Donna Fishter - BigD 9 Sep 18
There’s nothing like going out to eat by yourself when u talk to people for a living!
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Eva Esteban 6 May 18
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Eva Esteban May 6
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Chey 12 Oct 17
You can't change the world but you may be able to change someone's world!
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World Resources Inst Sep 19
Join the livestream now - on Capitol Hill: A Bipartisan Conversation with Rep. Francis Rooney (R-FL) and Rep. Paul Tonko (D-NY) -
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