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Revealed: Google made large contributions to climate change deniers

On Oct 12, 2019
@ChristopherNFox shared
RT @climatemorgan: Infuriating! @Google invests in #renewables but has made large contributions to #climatecrisis deniers and wants to continue to do so. „Don’t be evil“ and stop supporting lobbyists who stand in the way of #ClimateAction @Google. https://t.co/TGqSQugsFr #ClimateEmergency
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Firm’s public calls for climate action contrast with backing for conservative thinktanks

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On Oct 12, 2019
@ChristopherNFox shared
RT @climatemorgan: Infuriating! @Google invests in #renewables but has made large contributions to #climatecrisis deniers and wants to continue to do so. „Don’t be evil“ and stop supporting lobbyists who stand in the way of #ClimateAction @Google. https://t.co/TGqSQugsFr #ClimateEmergency
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Revealed: Google made large contributions to climate change deniers

Firm’s public calls for climate action contrast with backing for conservative thinktanks


On Oct 3, 2019
@ClimateNexus shared
The first day of October looked like the dead of winter in the Northern Rockies. So soon after summer — could #ClimateChange be at play? https://t.co/Yazyd3KNKl via @grist https://t.co/Pv9x4k1lcx
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Climate change means wild weather. Does that include snowstorms?

The forces at play behind Montana getting an “unprecedented” four feet of snow in September.

On Oct 13, 2019
@EricHolthaus shared
RT @nplhpodcast: "Climate anxiety – like climate depression or rage – isn’t a pathology. It’s a reasonable and healthy response to an existential threat... The first step is to acknowledge the validity of these feelings." https://t.co/TQfi0roSCG
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The harm from worrying about climate change

Climate anxiety is affecting more people as climate change progresses. But there is a solution that can help ease the worry and slow climate breakdown at once, writes Christine Ro.

On Oct 14, 2019
@guardian shared
Labor MPs condemn suggestion they adopt Coalition climate change policy https://t.co/WdJYtcvuJV
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Labor MPs condemn suggestion they adopt Coalition climate change policy

Joel Fitzgibbon’s climate change ‘settlement’ is rejected but Labor will allow the government’s ‘big stick’ energy policy to pass

On Oct 11, 2019
@ClimateNexus shared
Black communities are in need of #climatechange help, as reported to Congress. https://t.co/mtqva4iUnQ via @bloombergenv https://t.co/716xB0gwuJ
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Black Communities Need Climate Change Help, Groups Tell Congress

Groups are turning up the pressure on Congress to do more for black communities being battered by strong storms, rising tides, and intense heat.

On Oct 7, 2019
@ret_ward shared
RT @TheEconomist: The 21st century's U-turn challenge: reversing the previous century's 20-fold rise in emissions, at twice the pace https://t.co/Tt4ku5cger
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The past, present and future of climate change

Climate issue: Replacing the fossil-fuel technology which is reshaping the climate remains a massive task

On Oct 5, 2019
@ClimateReality shared
As our hometowns heat up, technology is providing answers to how we adapt to rising temperatures. https://t.co/zd1iIzSJJR https://t.co/USCqKL01zD
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Deploying drones to prepare for climate change

PhD student Norhan Bayomi uses drones to investigate how building construction impacts communities’ resilience to rising temperatures.

On Oct 10, 2019
@FAOclimate shared
RT @FAOKnowledge: #ClimateChange is having a huge impact on communities in rural areas. Learn how agricultural innovations can provide solutions to producing food and ensuring stable incomes for those who are the most vulnerable 👉https://t.co/bCrQTQ18Ir #ClimateAction #SDG2 https://t.co/F78ItSVdHV
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Countering climate change with innovation

Here are three areas in which innovation is making a difference in the fight against climate change: Food innovations The effects of climate change on our ecosystems are severe, impacting ...

On Oct 7, 2019
@DivestHarvard shared
“The good news is it’s still up to us how bad the impacts of climate change get... If we do a lot, [...] that will be a vastly better world than business as usual, where, by the turn of this century, you get to 4 or 4.5 degrees C.” #divestharvard #ffdh https://t.co/3qeTreQGvF)
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Red flags rise on global warming and the seas

The world’s oceans, glaciers, and ice caps are under assault by climate change. The Gazette spoke with former Obama science adviser John Holdren about the latest Intergovernmental Panel on ...

On Oct 1, 2019
@NRDC shared
Another important piece of advice: remember, you're not alone. https://t.co/177sV4kSDi
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Banishing the Climate Change Blues

Anxious about where our planet is headed? Tip one: You’re not alone—and that means a lot.

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On Oct 13, 2019
@EricHolthaus shared
This Indigenous Peoples Day, lets remember that although climate change may feel urgent, it is definitely not new. This is a struggle hundreds of years in the making. Resources for learning on Indigenous-led climate justice (compiled by @kylepowyswhyte) : https://t.co/yYLJfm92Y1
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Indigenous Climate Change & Climate Justice

Special thanks to students Dominique Davíd-Chavez (Colorado State), Carson Viles (Oregon), Kathryn Norton-Smith (Oregon), Kirsten Vinyeta (Oregon) and Sophia Pavlos (Michigan State) and the ...

On Oct 13, 2019
@HeidiCullen shared
RT @jpGattuso: “Ocean overlooked when it comes to climate change” via @sfchronicle @HeidiCullen #Ocean #ClimateChange #OceanSolutions #SROCC https://t.co/I2Q0Rz9BuI
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Ocean overlooked when it comes to climate change

The blue part of our planet has absorbed 25% of the carbon dioxide generated by human activities — which include burning fossil fuels, deforestation and industrial agriculture — and more ...

On Oct 1, 2019
@LeoHickman shared
Fascinating piece in Houston Chronicle about how some US evangelicals are finally "seeing the light" on climate change. In particular, see final section... https://t.co/UQl6b7vv94 https://t.co/AVCGSSAjwe
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Evangelicals see the light on climate change

In the thick of a divisive debate in Washington around climate change, Evangelical leaders are ramping up pressure on Republican lawmakers to reduce U.S. reliance on fossil fuels.

On Sep 30, 2019
@WorldResources shared
In a detailed argument, @oveHG @liza__jane @JaneLubchenco outline 5 areas of #oceanaction that provide increased hope that reaching the 1.5°C #climate target might be possible, along with addressing other societal challenges ➡️ https://t.co/ZmIAeAu8tH via @Truthdig #ocean https://t.co/0zfvphKMuf
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An Unlikely Weapon in the Fight Against Climate Change

Climate scientists say seabed carbon storage could be a new ally to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by a volume greater than all the carbon dioxide pu

On Oct 10, 2019
@ClimateNexus shared
A lawsuit filed by 16 Alaska youths claimed long-term effects of #climatechange will devastate the country’s northernmost state and interfere with their constitutional rights to life. https://t.co/sJEcGRH46K via @AssociatedPress https://t.co/K2AKA2cfOC
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Alaska Supreme Court hears youth climate change lawsuit

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — An Alaska law promoting fossil fuel development infringes on the constitutional rights of young residents to a healthy environment, a lawyer told Alaska Supreme ...

On Oct 1, 2019
@ClimateReality shared
Even in the face of government inaction on the climate crisis, activists like @GretaThunberg bring about hope by making a difference. https://t.co/NbPsJ6cVPT https://t.co/c9jjkFR0dc
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Climate: Change we can believe in

When it comes to climate change, the difference between acting now and acting later is the only choice we face.

On Oct 3, 2019
@CarbonBrief shared
Interactive: Can the Great Barrier Reef survive climate change? | @CarbonBrief https://t.co/t6sqNsLiux #archive https://t.co/uGM2x0gdqT
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Can the Great Barrier Reef survive climate change?

The Great Barrier Reef first saw widespread bleaching in 1998. Since then it has experienced three more mass bleaching events – a consequence of rapidly rising temperatures.

On Oct 8, 2019
@earthinstitute shared
RT @jmklopp1: Kenya's ecological & democratic futures are entwined: see our new article on carbon politics @GJIA_Online @QulshTM @deCOALonize @katibainstitute @Greenpeaceafric @earthinstitute @jamessmat @PDez90 @JWPaller https://t.co/Zc7IEOs70T
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Climate Change, Carbon Politics, and Kenya’s Democratic Future

Carbon politics is playing out in oil-producing African countries with lethal consequences. Countries like Nigeria, Angola, Sudan, and South Sudan are conflict-ridden and economically ...

On Oct 2, 2019
@WorldResources shared
“Given political will, appropriate policy and investment in technology, the ocean could be a new ally in the fight." The #ocean is much more than a victim of #climatechange. It's powerful source of solutions. Read on: https://t.co/m8MWVBGh4h via @chinadialogue #oceanaction https://t.co/Cm9mouuIVI
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Ocean holds solutions to help tackle climate change, report finds

Five actions could deliver one-fifth of the emissions cuts needed to keep global warming to 1.5C

On Sep 30, 2019
@YaleClimateComm shared
As Senegal brings its first coal-fired power plant online, rising seas are already eroding away the country's coastline, threatening the homes of nearly 100,000 people: https://t.co/43sIgvd6Pj via @thenation
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In Senegal, Climate Change Is Robbing Thousands of Their Homes

No region has done less to contribute to the climate crisis than Africa—or stands to lose more.

On Oct 8, 2019
@NOAAClimate shared
NOAA’s Annual Greenhouse Gas Index (AGGI) is a yearly report on the combined influence of long-lived greenhouse gases on Earth’s surface temperature. As of 2018, the warming effect of GHGs in Earth's atmosphere had increased by ~43% compared to 1990. https://t.co/j3SLN48PXJ https://t.co/cbK6VN0aGU
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Climate Change: Annual greenhouse gas index

As of 2018, the warming effect of long-lived greenhouse gases in Earth's atmosphere had increased by approximately 43% compared to 1990.