Top news of the week: 16.06.2020.

#ClimateChange #ClimateCrisis #climate #ClimateAction #JuneMomentum #ResponsibleInvestment

Future Of Climate

On Jun 12, 2020
@LeoHickman shared
RT @dpcarrington: Guest post: Cost of extreme weather due to climate change is severely underestimated Climate crisis is not only a future problem, but it is costing us here and now Via @CarbonBrief https://t.co/efPX5debe9
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Guest post: Cost of extreme weather due to climate change is severely underestimated

Guest post: Cost of extreme weather due to climate change is severely underestimated

Over the past decade, a compelling body of evidence has linked a range of extreme weather events to human-caused climate change.

On Jun 15, 2020
@dpcarrington shared
#ClimateCrisis - Emissions from top 13 dairy firms match those of entire UK, says @IATP report Story by me @IATPEurope https://t.co/4BgQKHkzsW
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Emissions from 13 dairy firms match those of entire UK, says report

Emissions from 13 dairy firms match those of entire UK, says report

Exclusive: Milk giants’ climate impact rising and production caps needed, say researchers

On Jun 15, 2020
@YaleClimateComm shared
Did you know that women are disproportionately impacted by climate change? https://t.co/B3QnxgFH6u via @Forbes https://t.co/khgLWT1Nbs
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How Women Can Lead The Resistance Against Climate Change

How Women Can Lead The Resistance Against Climate Change

Climate change is a great opportunity for women to get involved and make change.

On Jun 15, 2020
@ClimateNexus shared
Recent modelling data suggests the climate is more sensitive to carbon emissions than previously believed, and experts said the projections had the potential to be “incredibly alarming”, though they stressed further research would be needed. https://t.co/wwXpnjQRbT via @guardian
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Climate worst-case scenarios may not go far enough, cloud data shows

Climate worst-case scenarios may not go far enough, cloud data shows

Modelling suggests climate is considerably more sensitive to carbon emissions than thought

On Jun 12, 2020
@CarbonBrief shared
Carbon dioxide emissions have rebounded around the world as lockdown conditions have eased, the @guardian reports @fionaharvey https://t.co/dli1TrpsU8
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'Surprisingly rapid' rebound in carbon emissions post-lockdown

'Surprisingly rapid' rebound in carbon emissions post-lockdown

Busier roads to blame, with fears of worse to come as workers shun public transport

On Jun 12, 2020
@ClimatePower shared
RT @techreview: "We were essentially saying that climate change is not just a technical problem. It’s not just an issue of emissions. It’s an issue of the systems that have allowed an industry that essentially poisons people to continue" - @rgunns on climate and racism. https://t.co/CZR4nDvLtd
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A Green New Deal architect explains how the protests and climate crisis are connected

A Green New Deal architect explains how the protests and climate crisis are connected

Rhiana Gunn-Wright, an architect of the Green New Deal, underscores the connections between the protests, pandemic, economic downturn and climate crisis.

On Jun 12, 2020
@IISDRS shared
The @UNFCCC #JuneMomentum for #ClimateChange was a series of virtual events to keep #ClimateAction and momentum alive. This Earth Negotiations Bulletin briefing note summarizes selected events. https://t.co/rqq3R0cYDp
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June Momentum for Climate Change

June Momentum for Climate Change

IISD, through its Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB) Meeting Coverage, covered online the June Momentum for Climate Change, from 1 to 10 June 2020

On Jun 12, 2020
@ChristopherNFox shared
RT @ShareAction: It’s time asset managers walk the talk on #ClimateChange. Just 15% of the world’s largest managers engage with companies on their involvement in trade groups opposing climate policy – it’s not good enough https://t.co/oOW48ObpzA #ResponsibleInvestment https://t.co/7K6BmTd8o9
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Point of No Returns – Climate Change

Point of No Returns – Climate Change

In the third of its four part report series, ShareAction assesses 75 of the world's largest asset managers’ on their approach to climate change.