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On Oct 26, 2020
@SierraClub shared
RT @LarisaManescu: Woke up this morning to this damning investigation by @maxinejoselow! Automakers are just as responsible for the climate crisis as oil companies #FordandGeneralMotorsKnew just like #ExxonKnew 👇👇👇 https://t.co/c8kXOHkklK
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Exclusive: GM, Ford knew about climate change 50 years ago

Exclusive: GM, Ford knew about climate change 50 years ago

Scientists at two of America's biggest automakers knew as early as the 1960s that car emissions caused climate change, a monthslong investigation by E&E News has found.

On Oct 26, 2020
@ClimateReality shared
The #ClimateCrisis is a threat to us all – including mountain climbers. https://t.co/eIQkZh2FEb
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How Climate Change Is Making the Alps More Dangerous

How Climate Change Is Making the Alps More Dangerous

As the mountains thaw, rocks are coming loose from the ice, increasing the risk of injury or death for even the most experienced mountaineers

On Oct 22, 2020
@guardian shared
Morrison government 'ignored' Climate Change Authority's advice on Covid recovery https://t.co/n4c7oU8DN7
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Morrison government 'ignored' Climate Change Authority's advice on Covid recovery

Morrison government 'ignored' Climate Change Authority's advice on Covid recovery

Report hails the chance to jump-start the economy and deal with climate change, but the Coalition prefers a gas-led recovery

On Oct 22, 2020
@WRIClimate shared
RT @WRIAqueduct: "We're seeing snowpack decline, getting lower amounts of precipitation & available water in the U.S. West. This is going to be a really serious issue for the power sector." -Betsy Otto, director of Global Water Program, @WorldResources https://t.co/X6NY7TDqby via @SPGMarketIntel
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Climate change poses big water risks for nuclear, fossil-fueled plants

Climate change poses big water risks for nuclear, fossil-fueled plants

An analysis by S&P Global Market Intelligence found that more than half of nuclear and fossil-fueled plants in the Lower 48 are in areas projected to face water stress in 2030 due to ...

On Oct 21, 2020
@WRIClimate shared
RT @WorldResources: Even in the face of COVID-19, we cannot lose sight of another urgent & looming challenge: #climatechange. That’s why leading businesses are in support of enacting policies in the short term in order to lay a foundation for bolder action in the long term. https://t.co/hQRJspFHpK
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Support for Climate Policy is Alive and Well in Corporate America

Support for Climate Policy is Alive and Well in Corporate America

Even in the face of COVID-19, we cannot lose sight of another urgent and looming challenge: climate change. That’s why leading businesses are in support of enacting policies in the short ...

On Oct 21, 2020
@guardian shared
Climate science deniers to give road safety evidence to MPs https://t.co/sD8nwGDFda
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Climate science deniers to give road safety evidence to MPs

Climate science deniers to give road safety evidence to MPs

Campaign group the Alliance of British Drivers wants higher speed limits and fewer cycle lanes

On Oct 21, 2020
@CeresNews shared
RT @WMBtweets: Great to see our CEO @Mendiluce and coalition partners @JAustinWMB, @CeresNews, @mikepeirce featured in @raconteur and @thetimes about the need for businesses to act on climate change and commit to #netzero targets https://t.co/ewyXB3cw33
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Is corporate climate action a good thing?

Is corporate climate action a good thing?

As the corporate climate movement faces an impasse, leading companies are repeating calls for ambitious targets, laws and climate-friendly investment.

On Oct 23, 2020
@ClimateTracking shared
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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 …