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Future Of Climate

On Nov 2, 2020
@ret_ward shared
Polls Show Climate Concerns Among Voters in Battleground States - The New York Times https://t.co/Ig2sxExwas
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What Voters in Battleground States Think About Climate Change

What Voters in Battleground States Think About Climate Change

In key swing states, the majority of voters are worried that rising temperatures or sea levels will affect their lives. For some, it has become a voting issue.

On Oct 29, 2020
@ClimateReality shared
Your favorite beach getaway is in danger, too. https://t.co/qWE3S5JjSP
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A beloved Jamaican beach is succumbing to climate change. It won’t be the last

A beloved Jamaican beach is succumbing to climate change. It won’t be the last

Climate change is eroding beaches all over the Caribbean – even though the region contributes a tiny fraction of the emissions heating the planet

On Oct 28, 2020
@c40cities shared
RT @TRF_Climate: OPINION: The most significant test of any government's commitment to #climateaction right now is where it is directing #COVID stimulus funding - and the evidence is concerning, write mayors of @c40cities @BeppeSala #GreenRecovery https://t.co/Okzs7ao9Wg
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OPINION: A green, just recovery from COVID will bring jobs and health benefits to cities

OPINION: A green, just recovery from COVID will bring jobs and health benefits to cities

If done quickly and decisively, green stimulus could finally put the world on track to keep global heating under 1.5°C

On Oct 29, 2020
@CarbonBrief shared
RT @daisydunnesci: My last article for @CarbonBrief is on how climate change often disproportionately affects the health of women. It is something I've wanted to write for ages so I'm pleased it's my final story. In typical CB style, it involved reading through 130 studies https://t.co/LiDVw9VDC7
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Mapped: How climate change disproportionately affects women’s health

Mapped: How climate change disproportionately affects women’s health

An analysis of 130 peer-reviewed studies shows that 68% (89) of the 130 studies found that women were more affected by health impacts associated with climate change than men.

On Oct 27, 2020
@guardianeco shared
Overwhelming majority believe Australia is already experiencing climate change https://t.co/kUlzgK6PHX
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Overwhelming majority believe Australia is already experiencing climate change

Overwhelming majority believe Australia is already experiencing climate change

Climate of the Nation report finds 80% think heating effects are now being felt and only 12% back government’s ‘gas-led recovery’

On Oct 31, 2020
@ret_ward shared
Time to reset Australia's constipated climate change debate https://t.co/BHIbGHD1z6
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Time to reset Australia's constipated climate change debate

Time to reset Australia's constipated climate change debate

The bushfire royal commission report shows that the time has come for the Prime Minister Scott Morrison to address global warming.

On Oct 30, 2020
@grist shared
Climate might just swing Latino voters in Florida. https://t.co/9oH5977yZB
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Can climate change win Florida Latinos for Biden?

Can climate change win Florida Latinos for Biden?

A fusion of bread-and-butter issues with environmental messaging could do the trick.

On Nov 1, 2020
@ClimateReality shared
You don’t have to be a scientist or politician to help fight the climate crisis. https://t.co/DBfj9pGQd5
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Jury duty for global warming: citizen groups help solve the puzzle of climate action

Jury duty for global warming: citizen groups help solve the puzzle of climate action

Nations are increasingly turning to citizens’ assemblies to weigh up climate policies