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The Next Reckoning: Capitalism and Climate Change

On Apr 11, 2019
@Revkin shared
RT @JooBilly: Boil alive or tax the rich? Impossible to decide! https://t.co/rUfWEEfYVP
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Fixing the planet is going to be expensive. Can we stomach the bill for human survival?

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On Apr 11, 2019
@Revkin shared
RT @JooBilly: Boil alive or tax the rich? Impossible to decide! https://t.co/rUfWEEfYVP
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The Next Reckoning: Capitalism and Climate Change

Fixing the planet is going to be expensive. Can we stomach the bill for human survival?


On Apr 16, 2019
@ClimateDesk shared
The Republican breaking rank with his party on climate change https://t.co/XLE9jFOZ6N
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The Republican breaking rank with his party on climate change

Garret Graves has seen the damage at home in Louisiana – but don’t expect him to embrace the Green New Deal

On Apr 8, 2019
@MarcGunther shared
Suck it up: Big oil companies invest in direct air capture of CO2 https://t.co/x5wopEDe8n via @NYTimes #climate
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Blamed for Climate Change, Oil Companies Invest in Carbon Removal

Chevron, Occidental Petroleum and BHP have invested in Carbon Engineering, a start-up developing technology to take carbon out of the atmosphere.

On Apr 17, 2019
@YaleClimateComm shared
Cities like Duluth, Minnesota and Buffalo, New York are beginning to market themselves as refuges for people who want to escape the impacts of climate change: https://t.co/9PwXbuDTox via @nytimes https://t.co/hqXgnqtnq2
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Want to Escape Global Warming? These Cities Promise Cool Relief

While climate change affects everywhere, some areas in America will be less affected than others. And some of those fortunate places, it happens, might be looking for people.

On Apr 11, 2019
@ChristopherNFox shared
RT @briannaesteves1: [email protected] releases statement on #ClimateChange, calling for climate policies and declaring "Inaction is not an option." https://t.co/TDcrOmNKQI
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Addressing Climate Change

Climate change is a serious challenge that needs to be addressed through thoughtful policies that will have a meaningful impact. The best solutions are going to come from the private ...

On Apr 10, 2019
@ret_ward shared
Congress is ready to tackle climate change https://t.co/moKCkCsdD0
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Congress is ready to tackle climate change

Finally, both parties recognize the urgent need to address climate risk.

On Apr 11, 2019
@ret_ward shared
This is unscientific climate change denial being peddled by Benjamin Zycher of @AEI https://t.co/OTXfb2WoiK
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Only approved climate change views need apply

This “shut up” stance is unlikely to prove salutary in terms of the quest for greater understanding and policy formulation.

On Apr 10, 2019
@FAOclimate shared
RT @FAOWater: Small-scale irrigation and other forms of ag #water management are critical in building people's resilience to #climatechange. Find out more about @FAO supports to make every drop count https://t.co/gQU1UtsaE3 #ZeroHunger https://t.co/lyvUsB0p0g
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Adapting irrigation to climate change (AICCA)

Small-scale irrigation and other forms of agricultural water management are critical in building resilience to increased climate variability. The West and Central Africa region is endowed ...

On Apr 16, 2019
@MarcGunther shared
Prominent @Harvard alums, led by former US Sen. Tim Wirth, want the university endowment to begin divesting fossil fuels. They have a good argument. My latest for @Medium https://t.co/2Bx85yqFEP #philanthropy
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Harvard’s climate change problem

“Universities,” says Harvard, “have a special role and special responsibility to confront the global challenges of climate change and…

On Apr 21, 2019
@UN shared
The impact people have on our planet is so big, some scientists are declaring a new human-dominated epoch of geological time called Anthropocene. @UNDP explains how our choices today impact our planet's future: https://t.co/2j4sSL8uFS #ClimateAction
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New ways of thinking about climate change

The impact of humans on our planet is now so large that many scientists are declaring a new phase of history. The old forces of nature…

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On Apr 19, 2019
@earthinstitute shared
What will climate change do to us? https://t.co/OMQ5SNYUd3 https://t.co/ulVkWjcb9X
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What will climate change do to us?

One thing I've noticed over the years as I've written about climate change is that the actual predicted effects of a warmer world often aren't well known. People understand that the planet ...

On Apr 14, 2019
@IIED shared
RT @andynortondev: [email protected] - great blog going through the implications of looking at countries' carbon footprint' rather than just GHG emissions. Taking account of embedded carbon in imports means UK has stood still since 1990. https://t.co/2w0GWzc82v
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Time to give the carbon footprint a higher profile in climate change policy

Time to give the carbon footprint a higher profile in climate change policy     This is shocking. Half the UK’s carbon footprint is accounted for by net imports; and, despite a ...

On Apr 15, 2019
@CDP shared
RT @CarbonBrief: Limiting global warming to 1.5C would have ‘significant economic benefits’ | @jloistf https://t.co/tArvWhA31O #archive https://t.co/QWVMgHd6do
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Limiting global warming to 1.5C would have ‘significant economic benefits’

Holding global temperature rise to 1.5C would lead to significant economic benefits by the end of the century, a new paper suggests.

On Apr 20, 2019
@ed_hawkins shared
@DavidTCDavies @metoffice @GuyCallendar @IPCC_CH This is what @IPCC_CH said in its most recent report last year - the Special Report on 1.5C. There is a summary for policy makers for you to read: https://t.co/VQkrZE6YBq https://t.co/IZdQ2avOyO
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Special Report: Global Warming of 1.5 ºC

Several regional changes in climate are assessed to occur with global warming up to 1.5°C compared to pre-industrial levels, including warming of extreme temperatures in many regions (high ...

On Apr 20, 2019
@ClimateReality shared
A makeshift experiment in 1953 led to a mind-blowing discovery – the amount of CO2 on Earth was increasing (and quickly) https://t.co/mZF528grgC
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When Global Warming Was Revealed by a Zig-Zagged Curve

The Keeling Curve was among the earliest charts showing that carbon dioxide levels in Earth's atmosphere were on a steady uptick.

On Apr 18, 2019
@CarbonBrief shared
The film zooms into a range of specific impacts. These include... Wildlifes https://t.co/tIg2X8lg3l https://t.co/B4rQcSYLUq
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Factcheck: How global warming has increased US wildfires

In the midst of record or near-record heatwaves across the northern hemisphere this summer, deadly wildfires have swept through many regions, such as the western US, Europe and Siberia. ...

On Apr 18, 2019
@uncclearn shared
Do you know all the causes and effects of #ClimateChange and the legally binding framework in the fight against it? The very 1st @uncclearn affiliated e-course on Climate Change International Legal Regime will teach you everything you need to know: https://t.co/twYlJrDBzF https://t.co/fXS8U9vfPs
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Climate Change International Legal Regime

The Climate Change International Legal Regime course presents the causes and effects of climate change, describes the mechanisms established by the United Nations Framework Convention on ...

On Apr 17, 2019
@WMO shared
RT @NASAGISS: Recent global warming in GISTEMP confirmed by Atmospheric Infra-Red Sounder (AIRS). IOP news release at https://t.co/czf2LEKXdd — journal article at https://t.co/hfE4oCQpfc . https://t.co/FcgDG2fg4d
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Recent global warming as confirmed by AIRS

Abstract This paper presents Atmospheric Infra-Red Sounder (AIRS) surface skin temperature anomalies for the period 2003 through 2017, and compares them to station-based analyses of surface ...

On Apr 12, 2019
@CarbonBrief shared
Daily Briefing | Climate change is driving mass migration, says Attenborough https://t.co/5lmVqDY6qr Sign up to our email briefings: https://t.co/heSiaQOkcc https://t.co/D1MBjBgwfF
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Climate change is driving mass migration, says Attenborough

Mass migration from Africa to Europe will accelerate unless more is done to tackle climate change, naturalist Sir David Attenborough has told attendees at the International Monetary Fund ...

On Apr 17, 2019
@SEIclimate shared
Column @Reuters: Climate change targets are slipping out of reach as the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere continues to march higher, leaving policymakers confronting uncomfortable choices. https://t.co/fe9sxjhiLf #ParisAgreement
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Column: Climate change targets are slipping out of reach

For all the commentary around a transition to a clean energy system, the amount ...

On Apr 12, 2019
@ClimateNexus shared
The young Republicans breaking with their party over climate change https://t.co/0nuywEeEGo via @guardian https://t.co/THPBdiHg4E
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The young Republicans breaking with their party over climate change

Millennial Trump supporters are starting to bring scientific reality to their party, but how far are they willing to go?