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Northern hemisphere’s extreme heatwave in 2018 ‘impossible’ without climate change

On Jun 13, 2019
@WRIClimate shared
Last summer’s unprecedented northern-hemisphere heatwave “could not have occurred without human-induced #climatechange”, a new study concludes. https://t.co/5wMYYYaJje #ActOnClimate
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Last summer’s unprecedented northern-hemisphere heatwave “could not have occurred without human-induced climate change”, a new study concludes.

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On Jun 13, 2019
@WRIClimate shared
Last summer’s unprecedented northern-hemisphere heatwave “could not have occurred without human-induced #climatechange”, a new study concludes. https://t.co/5wMYYYaJje #ActOnClimate
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Northern hemisphere’s extreme heatwave in 2018 ‘impossible’ without climate change

Last summer’s unprecedented northern-hemisphere heatwave “could not have occurred without human-induced climate change”, a new study concludes.


On Jun 5, 2019
@CeresNews shared
"A doomsday future is not inevitable, but without immediate drastic action our prospects are poor." Researchers warn of devastating #climate consequences under a business-as-usual scenario. https://t.co/ckWgvjepx4
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Climate change could pose 'existential threat' by 2050: report

Climate change could have a devastating effect on many societies by 2050 without swift and dramatic action to curb global warming, according to a new think tank report backed by Australia's ...

On Jun 4, 2019
@ChristopherNFox shared
RT @CampanaleMark: “Pension schemes should be supported for moving people’s money out of fossil fuels and into renewables because the financial risks from the climate crisis are “too important to ignore” https://t.co/uD5JjkG60I
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Pensions must do right thing on climate change, says minister

Call for support for schemes moving people’s money from fossil fuels into renewables

On Jun 14, 2019
@CeresNews shared
RT @ActOnClimate100: “#ClimateAction100+ is a sleeping giant that is seriously waking up here. If you’re a carbon emitter, and you’re confronted with a group representing $33 trillion, you’ve got to listen. You’ve got to seriously engage.” https://t.co/rSStNFwh9k
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Church of England crusades against climate change

The church is wielding its considerable financial clout in a bid to make companies review their practices with respect to carbon emissions.

On Jun 6, 2019
@SierraClub shared
RT @IlhanMN: Addressing the climate crisis is going to take nothing less than bold, transformative action rooted in racial and economic justice. That’s why I support the Green New Deal. https://t.co/7nBJGmqTbx
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Climate change is seriously threatening human health

Climate change poses a major threat to human health by spreading infectious diseases and exacerbating mental health problems, according to scientists.

On Jun 7, 2019
@NRDC shared
Our president thinks that climate change “goes both ways”. Mmmmnope. 🤦‍♀️ https://t.co/mjDMVQkRvb
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Trump says 'climate change goes both ways'

The president's views appeared unchanged after meeting environmentalist Prince Charles.

On Jun 12, 2019
@YaleClimateComm shared
Are millennials killing climate apathy? Our latest: https://t.co/74MR71AfQj
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Do younger generations care more about global warming?

Younger Americans have grown up with more exposure to the effects of global warming than their parents and grandparents. Perhaps it isn’t surprising then that polls find young adults are ...

On Jun 3, 2019
@YaleClimateComm shared
American voters support a variety of climate action policies, including incentives to reduce greenhouse gas pollution through taxation: https://t.co/OaMioJ9DC4 https://t.co/hdD8ocXY4c
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Politics & Global Warming, April 2019

Discover how registered voters in the U.S. view the Green New Deal, carbon taxes, and other policies.

On Jun 12, 2019
@ClimateDesk shared
Despite the Trump administration’s attacks on science, collaborators continue their studies https://t.co/qPxRPYnOvJ via @highcountrynews
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NOAA’s university partners tackle climate change research

Despite the Trump administration’s attacks on science, collaborators continue their studies.

On Jun 10, 2019
@Alex_Verbeek shared
RT @Tiredearth: How Much Climate Change Is Serious? https://t.co/ztW0aC6h7q
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How Much Climate Change Is Serious?

Alexander Verbeek Alexander has been working as a diplomat for the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 1992 until 2016. His last position was Strategic Policy Advisor on Global ...

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On Jun 9, 2019
@ret_ward shared
‘Climate change in action:’ Scientist says fires in Alberta linked to climate change, but @AndrewScheer and @jkenney are ignoring the evidence https://t.co/8uQ2EbJqdO
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'Climate change in action:' Scientist says fires in Alberta linked to climate change

EDMONTON — In May 2016, a wildfire near Fort McMurray forced more than 80,000 people to flee the northern Alberta city, destroyed 2,400 buildings and burned nearly 6,000 square kilometres ...

On Jun 4, 2019
@CarbonBrief shared
Analysis: ‘Global’ warming varies greatly depending where you live | @hausfath https://t.co/4kQNg9PObK #archive https://t.co/1QvBPHibo8
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Analysis: ‘Global’ warming varies greatly depending where you live

As part of the Paris Agreement on climate change, the international community committed in 2015 to limit rising global temperatures to “well below" 2C by the end of the 21st century and to ...

On Jun 12, 2019
@UCSUSA shared
RT @GeoffreySupran: 5/n: These documents also reaffirm what @naomioreskes & I (& journalists @insideclimate) have shown: #MobilKnew+#ExxonKnew the potential dangers of their products, & they responded by misleading the public about basic climate science and its implications. https://t.co/JfzGRaa9qN
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What Exxon Mobil Didn’t Say About Climate Change

Company scientists raised concerns about greenhouse gases and the climate, but executives told the public a very different tale.

On Jun 1, 2019
@CarbonBrief shared
Recommended read: To make headway on climate change, let’s change the subject | @nytimes @JustinHGillis https://t.co/DBDpIilzVW https://t.co/K0LJqX2G5e
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To Make Headway on Climate Change, Let’s Change the Subject

States point to the economic advantages of cleaning up their electric grids.

On Jun 7, 2019
@YaleE360 shared
After a legal setback last fall, 21 young Americans who are suing the government over climate change inaction found themselves back in court on Tuesday. https://t.co/YFMRGeTHcm For more, read our 2018 feature on climate lawsuits in Europe and the U.S. https://t.co/cWuXuwtPML
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Can Citizen Lawsuits Force Governments to Act on Climate Change?

Citizen court actions on global warming have taken very different turns in Europe and the U.S. A Dutch court has ruled the government must keep its promises to cut emissions, but prospects ...

On Jun 5, 2019
@SEIclimate shared
Lawsuit asks the courts to declare federal energy policy that contributes to climate change unconstitutional, order the government to quickly phase out carbon dioxide emissions to a certain level by 2100 and mandate a national #climate recovery plan. https://t.co/pJe3nlnwy8
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US court weighs if climate change violates children's rights

In a courtroom packed with environmental activists, federal judges wrestled Tuesday with whether climate change violates the constitutional rights of young people who have sued the U.S. ...

On Jun 6, 2019
@WorldBank shared
Going green during the construction 🏗️🏡🏢 process can help rapidly urbanizing cities become more resilient to climate-related disasters—while saving money 💰 and contributing to lower emissions. #Innovate4Climate https://t.co/VKmMJeX9io https://t.co/Vs4coG6Ybk
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Greening Construction in the Age of Climate Change

As urbanization advances and buildings rise in cities like Quezon, in the Philippines, governments and the private sector need to think green.

On Jun 4, 2019
@earthinstitute shared
RT @StevenACohen: We will need more research on climate impacts to do this successfully and we will need to moderate the rate of those impacts to ensure that what we build doesn’t quickly become outdated. https://t.co/G1kmovS8TT
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Floods, Infrastructure and Climate Change

Climate change will require that we rebuild our flood control systems in new and creative ways. We will need more research on climate impacts to do this successfully and we will need to ...

On Jun 12, 2019
@NRDC shared
@OversightDems The most widespread, damaging storms on earth are getting worse, and the #ClimateCrisis is a big reason why. Learn what causes hurricanes and how to address the threat of a wetter, windier world: https://t.co/vZ1jbWLrFU
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Hurricanes and Climate Change: Everything You Need to Know

The most widespread, damaging storms on earth are getting worse, and climate change is a big reason why. Here’s a look at what causes hurricanes and how to address the threat of a wetter, ...

On Jun 6, 2019
@WorldResources shared
#NowReading - Should we be practising “climate change optimism”? Looking at our climate crisis with pessimism is neither constructive nor fully deserved. https://t.co/eFXhe1BUsB via @NewStatesman https://t.co/KvQfJqioGM
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Should we be practising “climate change optimism”?

It can be tempting to succumb to hopelessness over climate change, to view the most catastrophic climate forecasts as grimly inevitable. I have often felt this way, especially since I moved ...

On Jun 11, 2019
@UCSUSA shared
RT @Climate4Health: A3 (2/2): #ClimateChange = Impaired air quality. Allergic pollen seasons start earlier and the average daily count and peak pollen values have increased by almost 50% in the last decade. https://t.co/WAuFPx3nw1 #SaludTues https://t.co/UHEvM9d7Qb
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Asthma, Allergies, and Climate Change

“Now is the time to reframe the conversation with inspiring stories... Not only must media, big business and governments pay more attention to these...