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Paul Dawson 25m
“Climate change threatens the entire mountain ecosystem,” “Immediate action is required to safeguard the future of the world’s most important and vulnerable water towers.”
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Paul Dawson Dec 13
“Again and again, the same message,” “Listen to the scientists, listen to the scientists. Listen to the scientists!” Well, what are the scientists saying? Massive environmental, economic and human consequences of unfettered global warming
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Mike Hudema 3h
Germany, Denmark and The Netherlands are building an island to house 7,000 wind turbines. It could provide electricity for 80 million Europeans. We have solutions, implement them.
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Paul Dawson Dec 11
“This moment does feel different,” “Throughout history, many great morally based movements have gained traction at the very moment when young people decided to make that movement their cause.”
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Paul Dawson Dec 13
For those who said it isn't possible! Wind turbines in Scotland generated almost twice the entire country’s domestic power requirements In the first six months of the year.
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Carolyn Bourdeaux Dec 12
I've been meeting a lot of young people who are so inspired by , & I am too.
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Mike Hudema Dec 13
Wow. This powered robot will weed your field for you. We have the solutions, let's get moving!
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Paul Dawson 17h
"Almost 8,000 new private jets are expected to be bought by multinational companies and the super-rich over the next decade, each of which will burn 40 times as much carbon per passenger as regular commercial flights,"
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Monterey Bay Aquarium Dec 9
Climate change is ocean change. The ocean has delayed the worst effects of our emissions—but at a cost. As it absorbs excess carbon and heat, the ocean is becoming warmer, more acidic and oxygen-depleted. nations need to to protect the ocean and ourselves.
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Climate Reality Dec 12
Even the pope agrees, we need to .
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Mike Hudema 7h
Japan is home to 73 of world's 100 largest floating plants they prevent water evaporating, and help secure reservoirs in water-stressed countries. We have solutions, implement them. .
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Paul Dawson Dec 12
"People are suffering, people are dying, entire ecosystems are collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction and all you can talk about is money and fairy tales of eternal economic growth"
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Paul Dawson 8h
11,000 scientists “We declare clearly and unequivocally that planet Earth is facing a climate emergency,” Sadly, governments have never made a serious attempt to restrict fossil fuel production – instead, they’ve offered endless subsidies.
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Paul Dawson Dec 12
“We believe that the continued governmental inaction over the climate and ecological crisis now justifies peaceful and non-violent protest and direct action, even if this goes beyond the bounds of the current law,”
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Mike Hudema Dec 13
"We cannot be radical enough in dealing with (this crisis)." ~Sir David Attenborough We have the solutions, let's implement them.
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Paul Dawson Dec 13
It’s now clear that if the WORLD is to meet the CLIMATE TARGETS it PROMISED in PARIS, natural GAS, like COAL, MUST BE deliberately and RAPIDLY PHASED OUT. There’s no time for a bridge. And CLEAN ALTERNATIVES are READY.
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Paul Dawson 9h
Shellfish, salmon, Orca’s and all of the beautiful wildlife of my Pacific Northwest home is dying due to ocean acidification caused by the climate crisis. Is this the future that we have to look forward to?
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JesseJenkins 12h
We must as rapidly as possible. The bucket will almost certainly overflow. That does not mean the fight is over. Far from it. Every 10th of a degree matters. Keep fighting.
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Paul Dawson Dec 12
"He is locking in permanent, irreversible damage to our environment through his irresponsible environmental policies," "Once we go beyond key tipping points -- the melting of the major ice sheets -- there is no going back."
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Paul Dawson Dec 12
“This recent increase in methane is massive,” “It’s globally significant. It’s contributed to some of the increase in global warming we’ve seen and shale gas is a major player.”
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