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Climate Change Worsened Global Inequality, Study Suggests

On Apr 23, 2019
@WRIClimate shared
Countries close to the equator have suffered economically while a few wealthier countries in cool climates gained, an economic analysis of #globalwarming impacts says. https://t.co/28o0jDcumL
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An analysis of the economic impact of climate change suggests countries closer to the equator have suffered while a few wealthier countries in cool climates gained.

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On Apr 23, 2019
@WRIClimate shared
Countries close to the equator have suffered economically while a few wealthier countries in cool climates gained, an economic analysis of #globalwarming impacts says. https://t.co/28o0jDcumL
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Climate Change Worsened Global Inequality, Study Suggests

An analysis of the economic impact of climate change suggests countries closer to the equator have suffered while a few wealthier countries in cool climates gained.



On Apr 22, 2019
@ClimateDesk shared
Trump issues Earth Day message without mentioning climate change https://t.co/cw2ltEiZWh
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Trump issues Earth Day message without mentioning climate change

President praised the benefits of a ‘strong market economy’ but did not echo warnings from scientists on rising temperatures

On Apr 25, 2019
@ClimateReality shared
There's no question about it – human-caused carbon emissions are causing temperatures to rise. But we can fix this https://t.co/JoTvNHUcEF
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99.9999% chance humans are causing global warming, and other science-based facts on climate change for Earth Day

Climate change is real and increasingly a part of our daily lives. Here are the latest scientific facts on this human-caused shift on this Earth Day.

On Apr 24, 2019
@ret_ward shared
RT @beisgovuk: "We must work together in this House, classrooms, boardrooms, international negotiating huddles, homes & society to deliver the broad, just & progressive action on #climatechange we urgently need." Read @claireperrymp's statement on the climate protests: https://t.co/ZxBkTtku2H https://t.co/sLFhebmueu
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Climate Change Protests

The Minister of State for Energy and Clean Growth has made an oral statement in the House of Commons on the climate change protests.

On Apr 20, 2019
@ed_hawkins shared
@DavidTCDavies @metoffice @GuyCallendar @IPCC_CH This is what @IPCC_CH said in its most recent report last year - the Special Report on 1.5C. There is a summary for policy makers for you to read: https://t.co/VQkrZE6YBq https://t.co/IZdQ2avOyO
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Special Report: Global Warming of 1.5 ºC

Several regional changes in climate are assessed to occur with global warming up to 1.5°C compared to pre-industrial levels, including warming of extreme temperatures in many regions (high ...

On Apr 23, 2019
@ClimateNexus shared
@jdsutter analysis: We're losing the war on climate change https://t.co/B4iWwdcr6t via @CNN #EarthDay https://t.co/7Rm8ZDw1Jb
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We're losing the war on climate change

For years now, people like environmentalist and journalist Bill McKibben have been screaming from the treetops that we need a World War II-scale mobilization to fight the scourge of climate ...

On Apr 21, 2019
@UN shared
The impact people have on our planet is so big, some scientists are declaring a new human-dominated epoch of geological time called Anthropocene. @UNDP explains how our choices today impact our planet's future: https://t.co/2j4sSL8uFS #ClimateAction
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New ways of thinking about climate change

The impact of humans on our planet is now so large that many scientists are declaring a new phase of history. The old forces of nature…

On Apr 19, 2019
@earthinstitute shared
What will climate change do to us? https://t.co/OMQ5SNYUd3 https://t.co/ulVkWjcb9X
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What will climate change do to us?

One thing I've noticed over the years as I've written about climate change is that the actual predicted effects of a warmer world often aren't well known. People understand that the planet ...

On Apr 22, 2019
@c40cities shared
RT @greenyc: NYC's Green New Deal is a big deal! We just passed the largest climate solution ever put forth by any city. By 2030, we can cut nearly 6 million tons of emissions, create 26,000+ green jobs, and most importantly save 43 lives per year. Learn more at https://t.co/zwtJLZcRXi https://t.co/bC0rt1kw4A
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Action on Global Warming: NYC's Green New Deal

Laws and actions will drive a nearly 30% additional reduction in greenhouse emissions by 2030 and spur tens of thousands of good jobs

On Apr 20, 2019
@ClimateReality shared
A makeshift experiment in 1953 led to a mind-blowing discovery – the amount of CO2 on Earth was increasing (and quickly) https://t.co/mZF528grgC
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When Global Warming Was Revealed by a Zig-Zagged Curve

The Keeling Curve was among the earliest charts showing that carbon dioxide levels in Earth's atmosphere were on a steady uptick.

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On Apr 24, 2019
@MarcGunther shared
#Climate change has worsened global economic inequality, Stanford study shows. #globaldev #philanthropy https://t.co/1VDBpcE5Qm
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Climate change has worsened global economic inequality, Stanford study shows

A new Stanford University study shows global warming has increased economic inequality since the 1960s. “At the same time, the majority of rich countries are richer than they would have ...

On Apr 24, 2019
@SEIclimate shared
READ: Protecting marine animals is important for a whole lot of reason - including their ability to store carbon. https://t.co/qwofqvRWu5 #Oceans #ClimateChange https://t.co/YJfskgjpGl
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Could Protecting Sea Creatures Help Slow Climate Change?

Studies show that sea creatures store carbon in the ocean, can they help with climate change? The catastrophic effects from climate change has increased these past few years and experts are ...

On Apr 23, 2019
@YaleClimateComm shared
RT @PurdueCCRC: Newly released data from @YaleClimateComm shows how #climaetachange views sort by political party & age. #scicomm https://t.co/O1aYqlXU8M https://t.co/lXNAZp6kDZ
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Climate Change in the American Mind: Data, Tools, and Trends

We are pleased to announce the publication of a new article: “Climate Change in the American Mind: Data, Tools, and Trends” published in the journal Environment. We have made 10 years of ...

On Apr 23, 2019
@NRDC shared
Thanks to a new generation of leaders and many dedicated veteran activists, new action is emerging in Congress on how best to deal with the central environmental threat of our time! #ActOnClimate #GreenNewDeal https://t.co/XsJYhI1b6g
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Teens drop eloquent climate change testimony on Congress

"For four decades we’ve had a bipartisan consensus to do nothing."

On Apr 22, 2019
@climateprogress shared
Climate change is already exacerbating global economic inequality https://t.co/OadLagBy0p https://t.co/GO4IX4361n
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Climate change is already exacerbating global economic inequality

Colder countries have benefitted while economic growth is slowed down in warmer ones.

On Apr 25, 2019
@ChristopherNFox shared
"Norwegian oil and gas company @Equinor will revise its #climate targets next year and assess its investments against U.N.-backed goals following talks with major investors" in Climate Action 100+ https://t.co/VEOk0vEZ0R @ActOnClimate100 via @Reuters
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Oil Firm Equinor Agrees Climate Change Targets With Investors

Norwegian oil and gas company Equinor will revise its climate targets next year and assess its investments against U.N.-backed goals following talks with major investors.

On Apr 23, 2019
@SierraClub shared
RT @michigansierra: As climate change worsens, evidence shows that Michigan will be heavily impacted with more floods, strained infrastructure, and hotter summers. https://t.co/5WDSAk244I
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Climate change will strain Michigan infrastructure, say experts

U.S. Sen. Gary Peters hears climate change testimony at field hearing