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Three Scenarios for the Future of Climate Change

On Oct 11, 2020
@ClimatePower shared
“If you don’t like all of the climate disasters happening in 2020, I have some bad news for you about the rest of your life.” —@AndrewDessler Fires, hurricanes, drought, heat—it’ll only get worse until our leaders act. Vote for climate. https://t.co/QLy0GiEJ8e
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The events of the next several millennia hinge on actions that will be taken by the time today’s toddlers reach adulthood.

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On Oct 11, 2020
@ClimatePower shared
“If you don’t like all of the climate disasters happening in 2020, I have some bad news for you about the rest of your life.” —@AndrewDessler Fires, hurricanes, drought, heat—it’ll only get worse until our leaders act. Vote for climate. https://t.co/QLy0GiEJ8e
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Three Scenarios for the Future of Climate Change

Three Scenarios for the Future of Climate Change

The events of the next several millennia hinge on actions that will be taken by the time today’s toddlers reach adulthood.


On Oct 14, 2020
@WRIClimate shared
RT @solartribune: Senior Associate Project Director at @WorldResources, Yamide Dagnet explains why it's important to pay attention to individual consumption patterns. Learn more: https://t.co/PvHNQ3ReSM https://t.co/UoQtgklXXv
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Combating Climate Change

Combating Climate Change

Based on conversations we’ve engaged in with over 100 thought leaders across all industries, sectors, and organizations related to climate and sustainability, we’ve synthesized the ...

On Oct 13, 2020
@ret_ward shared
RT @EmmaHowardBoyd: Here’s my full speech this morning from the @theCCCuk conference on “Adapting to 3°C+ of #globalwarming” today: https://t.co/0Pz0LG7Biw #AdaptOurWorld #ClimateEmergency https://t.co/1HhsFq9ZTB
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Adapting to 4°C of global warming

Adapting to 4°C of global warming

Emma Howard Boyd, Chair of the Environment Agency, delivered a speech at the Committee on Climate Change’s “Adapting to 3°C+ of global warming” conference, 13 October 2020.

On Oct 14, 2020
@HeidiCullen shared
RT @MBARI_News: It's more important than ever that we invest in ocean and climate research, technology, and conservation. Scientists don’t yet know how deep-sea animals, like urchins & spot prawns, will tolerate shifts in temperature and chemistry as the ocean changes: https://t.co/sPUKexkza6 https://t.co/7E7TBT9svV
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Climate change and the ocean

Climate change and the ocean

Climate change has serious, long-term, and far-reaching negative consequences for our ocean. We present facts and resources to learn about climate change and the ocean.

On Oct 15, 2020
@IPCC_CH shared
Pathways, adaptation, Anthropocene – not sure what they mean? The #IPCC Glossary 📗 has the definitions in each of its reports, & is also available in French, Chinese, Russian, Spanish & Arabic. Download the PDF or view online For the #SR15 Glossary ➡️ https://t.co/1G3v3uI5KK https://t.co/P0g92sWTBH
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Special Report: Global Warming of 1.5 ºC

Special Report: Global Warming of 1.5 ºC

This is referred to as the global carbon budget; (2) the estimated cumulative amount of global carbon dioxide emissions that that is estimated to limit global surface temperature to a given ...

On Oct 12, 2020
@ret_ward shared
RT @GRI_LSE: Book your place for our panel discussion this Wednesday on the principles of climate justice & how they can be applied to climate-induced displacement with @conorgearty @JafryT @chuks_okereke @robert_falkner @JoanaSetzer https://t.co/fJex1TDK6Y https://t.co/XybSAa2BP7
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Climate Change, Displacement and International Justice

Climate Change, Displacement and International Justice

This panel brings together experts in human rights, ethics and global governance to debate the principles of climate justice and...

On Oct 13, 2020
@YaleClimateComm shared
According to a recent study, the protection and restoration of peat bogs could help keep this century's global temperature increases to under 2 degrees Celsius -- a goal put forward in the #ParisAgreement: https://t.co/QEdRh0wKHX via @nytimes https://t.co/vawC7quUxr
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What’s Green, Soggy and Fights Climate Change?

What’s Green, Soggy and Fights Climate Change?

You might be surprised: Protecting peat bogs could help the world avert the worst effects of global warming, a new study has found.

On Oct 23, 2020
@ClimateTracking shared
OUR SPEAKERS: @gabi_cabana - Anthropology PhD researcher 🇨🇱 @r_mastini - PhD candidate in ecological economics & political ecology 🇮🇹 @achucosta - Economist, feminist, peace activist 🇸🇩 @pepoglatz - Activist and Parliamentary Adviser 🇨🇱 Get to know them ➡️https://t.co/dN0agh62RN
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WEBINAR: Covering Degrowth and Climate Change

WEBINAR: Covering Degrowth and Climate Change

Her research interests are on energy, the state, bureaucracy, economic and social policy, feminist critiques to the economy, degrowth, and Basic Income. She participates in the Basic Income ...

On Oct 10, 2020
@ret_ward shared
Wildfires, Global Climate Change, and Human Health | NEJM https://t.co/CDf7P7bKYV
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Wildfires, Global Climate Change, and Human Health

Wildfires, Global Climate Change, and Human Health

Special Report from The New England Journal of Medicine — Wildfires, Global Climate Change, and Human Health

On Oct 19, 2020
@ClimateNexus shared
2020 has been a year of nonstop climate crises. In the Midwest, punishing 100mph winds. In the Southwest, a brutal succession of floods & droughts. On the coasts: a freakish number of devastating hurricanes. And in the West, historic fires. https://t.co/dgZOeXWqup via @cbssunday
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For many climate change finally hits home

For many climate change finally hits home

With record wildfires and hurricanes ravaging the United States, the effects of extreme weather events made worse by climate change are becoming more visible, and costly, to more and more ...

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On Oct 16, 2020
@meganrowling shared
RT @soniakdunlop: World Bank President @DavidMalpassWBG begins to thaw on #climate https://t.co/KQH5xJukzX from @GlobalCapNews @WorldBank @WBG_Climate @FinanceInCommon @Mari_Pangestu @AxelVT_WB
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Malpass begins to thaw on climate change

Malpass begins to thaw on climate change

Sceptics feared that Trump appointee David Malpass would reverse the World Bank's direction on climate change as president, but 18 months into his term they are starting to see evidence ...

On Oct 17, 2020
@ClimateNexus shared
The internet is causing its own demise. Every line of code requires electricity to run, and much of that electricity comes from fossil fuels. And every belch of CO2 from fossil fuel power plants brings the internet one step closer to ruin. https://t.co/EHviHfCLdA via @EARTH3R
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Climate Change Is the Internet's Worst Enemy

Climate Change Is the Internet's Worst Enemy

In this week's episode of System Reboot we speak with Maddie Stone, a journalist who has been studying climate change's nefarious impact on our internet.

On Oct 13, 2020
@meganrowling shared
RT @TRF_Stories: Climate change poses a serious threat to global growth, the head of the International Monetary Fund said on Monday, urging the world's top emitters to agree on a floor for carbon prices. https://t.co/KPrOEt2iWd
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Climate change poses 'profound threat' to global growth -IMF chief

Climate change poses 'profound threat' to global growth -IMF chief

Kristalina Georgieva said that countries should also ensure that green investments are included in coronavirus aid

On Oct 13, 2020
@Revkin shared
Here's why I'm a healthy skeptic, while eager to identify real-world steps toward climate & energy progress. Much of what's needed now was needed when I wrote my 2006 front-page @nytimes story on declining clean-energy research in an age of global warming: https://t.co/scb3SzQTFV https://t.co/lCSOpaFGfY
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Budgets Falling in Race to Fight Global Warming

Budgets Falling in Race to Fight Global Warming

Though experts agree the world faces a daunting challenge in finding nonpolluting energy sources, research into new technology has declined.

On Oct 14, 2020
@grist shared
7/ @RepMcKinley and @RepSchrader co-wrote an op-ed in @USATODAY calling climate change “the greatest environmental and energy challenge of our time.” https://t.co/xkM5C8DnDv
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Innovation and regulation can curb climate change. We need bipartisan support for both.

Innovation and regulation can curb climate change. We need bipartisan support for both.

Our plan calls for a decade of investment in clean energy innovation and infrastructure development, followed by new regulatory standards.

On Oct 18, 2020
@ChristopherNFox shared
Biden’s climate plan would see the US electric sector “go carbon-free by 2035. This would allow the country to become a net zero emitter by 2050” - @JoeBiden also “has ambitious ideas to revolutionise transport in the US using electric vehicles” https://t.co/kpgi5lNCtO via @BBC
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Why the US election could decide battle against climate change

Why the US election could decide battle against climate change

Who next occupies the White House could be decisive in the battle to limit global warming.

On Oct 11, 2020
@CDP shared
"European corporations are realizing significant operating cost savings from comparably modest spending on emissions reductions". Find out how #ClimateAction is increasingly becoming an opportunity for businesses to thrive: https://t.co/tuVTlR3BfL
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Climate Change Is an Opportunity for Business To Thrive

Climate Change Is an Opportunity for Business To Thrive

As companies navigate the fallout from COVID-19 and plan for recovery, they should apply a “green” lens to open up new business opportunities.

On Oct 14, 2020
@YaleClimateComm shared
RT @DrRamBio: This would be a variation on work done by @ecotone2 from @YaleClimateComm, but could look specifically at messaging styles for college students or first time voters. https://t.co/wEPK2reDaP
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How to Communicate the Scientific Consensus on Climate Change

How to Communicate the Scientific Consensus on Climate Change

We are pleased to announce a newly published article: “How to Communicate the Scientific Consensus on Climate Change: Plain Facts, Pie Charts or Metaphors?” by Sander van der Linden, ...

On Oct 15, 2020
@ChristopherNFox shared
“parts of the world’s financial system are already beginning to get the message, thanks to unrelenting pressure. JPMorgan Chase, the world’s biggest fossil-fuel investor, this month committed to a “Paris alignment” of its lending practices.” [email protected] https://t.co/okTKD6ujKH
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Join Jane Fonda in the urgent fight against climate change

Join Jane Fonda in the urgent fight against climate change

If a Biden Administration were trying to mobilize support for genuine climate action, a World Energy Outlook that showed a working future, instead of a nostalgic past, would be a real ...

On Oct 14, 2020
@SierraClub shared
RT @EENewsUpdates: Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett told lawmakers last night that she doesn't hold "firm views" on global warming — a non-answer that drew the ire of environmentalists and called to mind the rhetoric of climate change denialists. https://t.co/Rr99lLaY66
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Barrett says she has no 'firm views' on climate change

Barrett says she has no 'firm views' on climate change

Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett told lawmakers last night that she doesn't hold "firm views" on global warming — a non-answer that drew the ire of environmentalists and called to ...

On Oct 15, 2020
@grist shared
RT @BrentToderian: Hard truth for cities & city leaders — you can’t take on #ClimateChange without tackling suburban #Sprawl. Via @Grist. That means fundamentally rethinking density, mobility, infrastructure, architecture, design & our political & individual will to change. https://t.co/pSeGPi7nl4
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You can’t take on climate change without tackling sprawl

You can’t take on climate change without tackling sprawl

Carbon-belching cars, trucks, and planes are the biggest source of U.S. carbon emissions.