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Monthly report: March 2018

This month, The Essentials Report, has curated & analyzed the content published by 108 influencers like Sierra Club and Climate Reality, discussing hashtags such as #globalwarming , #Ethiopia and #agriculture.
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Hotter, Drier, Hungrier: How Global Warming Punishes the World’s Poorest

On Mar 12, 2018
@SierraClub shared
RT @nytimesworld: Long hounded by poverty and strife, the herders of East Africa now face droughts that are more frequent and more severe https://t.co/oznTNYo5Xr
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A series of droughts with little recovery time in the intervals has pushed millions to the edge of survival in the Horn of Africa.

www.nytimes.com
On Mar 12, 2018
@SierraClub shared
RT @nytimesworld: Long hounded by poverty and strife, the herders of East Africa now face droughts that are more frequent and more severe https://t.co/oznTNYo5Xr
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Hotter, Drier, Hungrier: How Global Warming Punishes the World’s Poorest

A series of droughts with little recovery time in the intervals has pushed millions to the edge of survival in the Horn of Africa.

A Lucky Plan for Climate Change Education in Ethiopia?

On Mar 20, 2018
@uncclearn shared
A Lucky Plan for #ClimateChange Education in #Ethiopia? Check it out here >>https://t.co/pkMLie21Xt @UNITAR https://t.co/IRZhyLepgD
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In Ethiopia, the impacts of climate change are easy to see, from the increasing frequency of dry periods and droughts, to the unpredictability of rains. The country’s world-famous uplands – cradle of the world’s coffee industry – are not being spared either, with a noticeable upward shift ...

www.uncclearn.org
On Mar 20, 2018
@uncclearn shared
A Lucky Plan for #ClimateChange Education in #Ethiopia? Check it out here >>https://t.co/pkMLie21Xt @UNITAR https://t.co/IRZhyLepgD
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A Lucky Plan for Climate Change Education in Ethiopia?

In Ethiopia, the impacts of climate change are easy to see, from the increasing frequency of dry periods and droughts, to the unpredictability of rains. The country’s world-famous uplands – ...

Nor’easters pummel the U.S. Northeast in late winter 2018

On Mar 17, 2018
@NOAAClimate shared
Multiple nor'easters hammered the U.S. Northeast over the last few weeks, will global warming cause more in the future? https://t.co/jliCkZzpZb https://t.co/6x3MrXBgfc
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Several nor'easters slammed parts of the east coast during the end of winter 2018, is this a sign of things to come?

www.climate.gov
On Mar 17, 2018
@NOAAClimate shared
Multiple nor'easters hammered the U.S. Northeast over the last few weeks, will global warming cause more in the future? https://t.co/jliCkZzpZb https://t.co/6x3MrXBgfc
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Nor’easters pummel the U.S. Northeast in late winter 2018

Several nor'easters slammed parts of the east coast during the end of winter 2018, is this a sign of things to come?

A Secret Superpower, Right in Your Backyard

On Mar 10, 2018
@nytimes shared
Your yard might play a surprisingly large role in fighting climate change https://t.co/3Osfje4R7p
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Small, urban green spaces provide an unexpected benefit in the fight against climate change, a new study shows.

www.nytimes.com
On Mar 10, 2018
@nytimes shared
Your yard might play a surprisingly large role in fighting climate change https://t.co/3Osfje4R7p
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A Secret Superpower, Right in Your Backyard

Small, urban green spaces provide an unexpected benefit in the fight against climate change, a new study shows.

Coalition-building for CO2 pricing beneficial for egoistic countries

On Feb 27, 2018
@NatureClimate shared
RT @MCC_Berlin: Even egoistic countries benefit in the long run from participating in #CarbonPricing systems, says new game-theoretic study by @PIK_Climate and #MCC in @NatureClimate https://t.co/o3GeTzgnfr
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A new study, co-authored by the MCC, finds that participation in carbon pricing systems pays off even for countries that act egoistically—if climate pioneers go ahead.

www.mcc-berlin.net
On Feb 27, 2018
@NatureClimate shared
RT @MCC_Berlin: Even egoistic countries benefit in the long run from participating in #CarbonPricing systems, says new game-theoretic study by @PIK_Climate and #MCC in @NatureClimate https://t.co/o3GeTzgnfr
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Coalition-building for CO2 pricing beneficial for egoistic countries

A new study, co-authored by the MCC, finds that participation in carbon pricing systems pays off even for countries that act egoistically—if climate pioneers go ahead.

Costa Rica’s Ministries of Agriculture and Environment join forces to comply with Paris Agreement

On Mar 16, 2018
@cgiarclimate shared
#CostaRica used an agreement between #agriculture and environmental authorities as an opportunity to include #farmers in reflecting on ways to make agriculture #resilient and low-carbon https://t.co/V0Z8awjPic @CRMinae @prensamag @UNDP @ucicr @UniUtrecht @MariekeVeeger https://t.co/EVJTgjSx26
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Following COP21 in Paris, where 196 countries pledged to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the focus of the international climate debate has turned to the need for policies and concrete actions that will prevent temperature rises of more than 1.5℃ and ensure food and ...

ccafs.cgiar.org
On Mar 16, 2018
@cgiarclimate shared
#CostaRica used an agreement between #agriculture and environmental authorities as an opportunity to include #farmers in reflecting on ways to make agriculture #resilient and low-carbon https://t.co/V0Z8awjPic @CRMinae @prensamag @UNDP @ucicr @UniUtrecht @MariekeVeeger https://t.co/EVJTgjSx26
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Costa Rica’s Ministries of Agriculture and Environment join forces to comply with Paris Agreement

Following COP21 in Paris, where 196 countries pledged to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the focus of the international climate debate has turned to the need for policies and ...

How Air Pollution Has Put a Brake on Global Warming

On Mar 11, 2018
@YaleE360 shared
"...then the Paris Agreement came around and it looked like there was momentum to keep the world below 2°C of warming. So suddenly this half to 1° of cooling from aerosols — that actually begins to matter a lot." https://t.co/cit4pocBOw
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In an interview with Yale Environment 360, Norwegian climate scientist Bjørn H. Samset talks about the results of his team’s recent research showing that aerosols linked to human activities cool the planet far more than previously believed.

e360.yale.edu
On Mar 11, 2018
@YaleE360 shared
"...then the Paris Agreement came around and it looked like there was momentum to keep the world below 2°C of warming. So suddenly this half to 1° of cooling from aerosols — that actually begins to matter a lot." https://t.co/cit4pocBOw
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How Air Pollution Has Put a Brake on Global Warming

In an interview with Yale Environment 360, Norwegian climate scientist Bjørn H. Samset talks about the results of his team’s recent research showing that aerosols linked to human activities ...

World’s great forests could lose half of all wildlife as planet warms – report

On Mar 24, 2018
@ClimateTracking shared
World’s great #forests could lose half of all #wildlife as #planet warms: From the #Amazon to #Africa, @WWFscience report predicts catastrophic losses of as much as 60% of plants and 50% of animals by the end of the century #climatechange #globalwarming https://t.co/j0WCS1xr46
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From the Amazon to Africa, WWF report predicts catastrophic losses of as much as 60% of plants and 50% of animals by the end of the century

www.theguardian.com
On Mar 24, 2018
@ClimateTracking shared
World’s great #forests could lose half of all #wildlife as #planet warms: From the #Amazon to #Africa, @WWFscience report predicts catastrophic losses of as much as 60% of plants and 50% of animals by the end of the century #climatechange #globalwarming https://t.co/j0WCS1xr46
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World’s great forests could lose half of all wildlife as planet warms – report

From the Amazon to Africa, WWF report predicts catastrophic losses of as much as 60% of plants and 50% of animals by the end of the century

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Since 1892, the Sierra Club has been working to protect communities, wild places, and the planet itself.

Follow 268.6k Followers

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Founded by @algore, we’re bringing the world together to stop climate change and create a healthy and prosperous future powered by clean energy.

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An online magazine offering reporting, analysis, and opinion on global environmental issues. Published at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies.

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Investing in People and Learning for a Climate Resilient and Green Transition. #eLearning #climatechange #education #UN

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CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture & Food Security (CCAFS) seeks to overcome the threats to agriculture & food security in a changing climate

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Toward a Climate-Smart Nation. Follow us for #climate news, #science, #data, resources, and more!

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Changing the conversation on climate change. Providing you with a daily update on all things climate: http://t.co/p81UPbOpYf

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We're a platform for young people tracking our countries' roles in #UNFCCC / #climate negotiations. Fighting for our future. Proud part of @tcktcktck.

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LSE's world-leading centre for policy-relevant research & training in climate change & the environment, chaired by Lord Nicholas Stern. Tweets by Merlin Sibley.

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We run the global environmental disclosure system for business & subnational governments. Voted #1 for climate research by investors. Founding member @WMBtweets

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Where the conversation begins. Follow for breaking news, special reports, RTs of our journalists and more from https://t.co/YapuoqX0HS.

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A monthly journal covering the science of climate change, its impacts and wider implications for the economy, society and policy. Tweets by Bronwyn

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News and comment on the world's most important environmental stories

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The world's leading liberal voice since 1821. Find us on Instagram https://t.co/tXj8S3ioRV

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Executive Director Greenpeace Southeast Asia. Climate Change activist; Pilgrim; peace activist; spiritual ambassador; Tweets my own humble views

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Updates from World Resources Institute's Climate Program

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International Institute for Environment and Development: Conducts policy research on climate change, natural resources, sustainable markets & human settlements

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