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Ruth H. Hopkins May 24
Some of my cousins at a Montana rally to stop the Keystone XL Pipeline last night. Pic via Cheryl Eagle.
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Mike Hudema 3h
We can literally roll panels out like a carpet. So why are we still talking about pipelines? RT if you're ready for !
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Mike Hudema May 23
In France all new rooftops must be covered in plants or panels: Why is North America still talking about building new pipelines? RT if its time to go .
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Mike Hudema May 20
Japan is creating jobs by turning abandoned golf courses into plants. We need panels, not pipelines. RT if you agree.
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Mike Hudema 15h
"I don't understand why when we destroy something created by man we call it vandalism, but when we destroy something by nature we call it progress."
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Mike Hudema May 23
"I don't want to protect the environment. I want to create a world where the environment doesn't need protecting." RT if you're ready to fight for a better world.
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Mike Hudema May 23
Jimmy Carter Just Built a Farm to Power Half His City , this is what real leadership looks like.
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Mike Hudema May 22
We can literally print panels and yet we're still talking about pipelines:
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Mike Hudema May 20
POW! Navajo Nations first project is now producing enough electricity for 13,000 homes:
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Mike Hudema May 22
April was the Earth’s 400th warmer-than-normal month in a row. More pipelines don't change that trajectory: RT if you want panels not pipelines.
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Mike Hudema May 22
A 100% grid isn’t just feasible, in some countries it's already happening: RT if it's time your country went 100%
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Mike Hudema May 23
"Remember It's Not An Investment If It's Destroying the Planet" ~Vandana Shiva.
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350 dot org May 19
1,400 tons of contaminated soil hauled from Montana reservation at site of oil spill. This is what pipelines and oil wells do. They leak and poison our land and water.
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Mike Hudema May 21
If you wouldn’t put a pipeline through your church, don’t put a pipeline through theirs. RT if you agree.
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Mike Hudema May 21
When you realize pipelines leak in the US at a rate of more than once per day, its no wonder people don't want one over their water supply:
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Mike Hudema May 17
panels have gotten thinner than a human hair. Soon they’ll be everywhere: We need more panels not pipelines. RT if you agree.
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Mike Hudema May 23
Why don't more cities do this? Portland Now Generates Electricity From Turbines Installed In City Water Pipes: Time to go 100% . RT if you agree.
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Treaty Alliance May 16
Just a reminder to Kinder Morgan after the Trudeau gov offered today to bail them out if they choose to continue on with the pipeline project. You’re not the first pipeline company this Indigenous-led movement has scared off and you won’t be the last.
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Mike Hudema May 16
Isn’t it time we upgraded our energy systems? RT If you’re ready for !
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Blair King May 23
Isn't it typical that an activist confuses electricity produced by solar panels for the energy supplied for transportation by fossil fuels. Will these panels reduce France's reliance on fossil fuels? Of course not. 1/
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