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Asthma, Allergies, and Climate Change

On Jun 11, 2019
@UCSUSA shared
RT @Climate4Health: A3 (2/2): #ClimateChange = Impaired air quality. Allergic pollen seasons start earlier and the average daily count and peak pollen values have increased by almost 50% in the last decade. https://t.co/WAuFPx3nw1 #SaludTues https://t.co/UHEvM9d7Qb
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“Now is the time to reframe the conversation with inspiring stories... Not only must media, big business and governments pay more attention to these...

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On Jun 11, 2019
@UCSUSA shared
RT @Climate4Health: A3 (2/2): #ClimateChange = Impaired air quality. Allergic pollen seasons start earlier and the average daily count and peak pollen values have increased by almost 50% in the last decade. https://t.co/WAuFPx3nw1 #SaludTues https://t.co/UHEvM9d7Qb
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Asthma, Allergies, and Climate Change

“Now is the time to reframe the conversation with inspiring stories... Not only must media, big business and governments pay more attention to these...



On Jun 12, 2019
@ClimateDesk shared
Despite the Trump administration’s attacks on science, collaborators continue their studies https://t.co/qPxRPYnOvJ via @highcountrynews
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NOAA’s university partners tackle climate change research

Despite the Trump administration’s attacks on science, collaborators continue their studies.

On Jun 10, 2019
@Alex_Verbeek shared
RT @Tiredearth: How Much Climate Change Is Serious? https://t.co/ztW0aC6h7q
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How Much Climate Change Is Serious?

Alexander Verbeek Alexander has been working as a diplomat for the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 1992 until 2016. His last position was Strategic Policy Advisor on Global ...

On Jun 14, 2019
@CeresNews shared
RT @ActOnClimate100: “#ClimateAction100+ is a sleeping giant that is seriously waking up here. If you’re a carbon emitter, and you’re confronted with a group representing $33 trillion, you’ve got to listen. You’ve got to seriously engage.” https://t.co/rSStNFwh9k
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Church of England crusades against climate change

The church is wielding its considerable financial clout in a bid to make companies review their practices with respect to carbon emissions.

On Jun 12, 2019
@YaleClimateComm shared
Are millennials killing climate apathy? Our latest: https://t.co/74MR71AfQj
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Do younger generations care more about global warming?

Younger Americans have grown up with more exposure to the effects of global warming than their parents and grandparents. Perhaps it isn’t surprising then that polls find young adults are ...

On Jun 9, 2019
@ret_ward shared
‘Climate change in action:’ Scientist says fires in Alberta linked to climate change, but @AndrewScheer and @jkenney are ignoring the evidence https://t.co/8uQ2EbJqdO
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'Climate change in action:' Scientist says fires in Alberta linked to climate change

EDMONTON — In May 2016, a wildfire near Fort McMurray forced more than 80,000 people to flee the northern Alberta city, destroyed 2,400 buildings and burned nearly 6,000 square kilometres ...

On Jun 12, 2019
@UCSUSA shared
RT @GeoffreySupran: 5/n: These documents also reaffirm what @naomioreskes & I (& journalists @insideclimate) have shown: #MobilKnew+#ExxonKnew the potential dangers of their products, & they responded by misleading the public about basic climate science and its implications. https://t.co/JfzGRaa9qN
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What Exxon Mobil Didn’t Say About Climate Change

Company scientists raised concerns about greenhouse gases and the climate, but executives told the public a very different tale.

On Jun 13, 2019
@WRIClimate shared
Last summer’s unprecedented northern-hemisphere heatwave “could not have occurred without human-induced #climatechange”, a new study concludes. https://t.co/5wMYYYaJje #ActOnClimate
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Northern hemisphere’s extreme heatwave in 2018 ‘impossible’ without climate change

Last summer’s unprecedented northern-hemisphere heatwave “could not have occurred without human-induced climate change”, a new study concludes.

On Jun 12, 2019
@NRDC shared
@OversightDems The most widespread, damaging storms on earth are getting worse, and the #ClimateCrisis is a big reason why. Learn what causes hurricanes and how to address the threat of a wetter, windier world: https://t.co/vZ1jbWLrFU
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Hurricanes and Climate Change: Everything You Need to Know

The most widespread, damaging storms on earth are getting worse, and climate change is a big reason why. Here’s a look at what causes hurricanes and how to address the threat of a wetter, ...

On Jun 12, 2019
@WWF shared
Today’s #netzero announcement by UK gvt is a crucial first step, demonstrating that those in power are beginning to listen and acknowledge the critical state of our 🌏https://t.co/nXVoYjvZT5
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Climate change: UK government to commit to 2050 target

The UK will set a new legally binding target to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

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On Jun 11, 2019
@CarbonBrief shared
Explainer: 10 ways ‘negative emissions’ could slow climate change | @CarbonBrief https://t.co/DcOCvKWDrk #archive https://t.co/t8Ez7dvIrZ
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Explainer: 10 ways ‘negative emissions’ could slow climate change

Kicking off a week-long series on negative emissions technologies, Carbon Brief takes a look at the many and varied options.

On Jun 12, 2019
@ret_ward shared
House Intel chair requests details on suppressed climate change testimony https://t.co/drlI6NniVw
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House Intel chair requests details on suppressed climate change testimony

The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee is requesting details and interviews following

On Jun 12, 2019
@ChristopherNFox shared
RT @nytimes: A top financial regulator said that the financial risks from climate change were comparable to those posed by the mortgage meltdown that triggered the 2008 financial crisis https://t.co/GiCKIIUFT1
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Climate Change Poses Major Risks to Financial Markets, Regulator Warns

The regulator, who sits on a powerful government panel that oversees major financial markets, likened global warming risks to the 2008 mortgage crisis.

On Jun 10, 2019
@CFigueres shared
RT @tveitdal: Conservatives should change how they think about global warming. I did (@jerry_jtaylor) https://t.co/8QBbP80hrS The uncertainty of climate change is an argument for – not against – decarbonizing the economy as quickly as possible https://t.co/4pa3OR7HtL
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Conservatives should change how they think about global warming. I did

The uncertainty of climate change is an argument for – not against – decarbonizing the economy as quickly as possible

On Jun 12, 2019
@earthinstitute shared
U.S. Climate Change Litigation in the Age of Trump: Year Two. No climate change-related regulatory rollback brought before the courts has yet survived legal challenge. via @ColumbiaClimate https://t.co/Tn4vu04bmX
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U.S. Climate Change Litigation in the Age of Trump: Year Two

A new report documents 94 attempts by the Trump Administration to undermine climate protections in 2017 and 2018—and finds that the courts have largely constrained these rollbacks.

On Jun 12, 2019
@tcktcktck shared
RT @UKHealthClimate: This is wonderful news, a policy wholeheartedly supported by health professionals who have joined many others in making this call @TheBMA @theRCN @rcpsych @RCPLondon @RCollEM @RCObsGyn @RCoANews @RCSnews @FSRH_UK https://t.co/j3INAG8Ccq
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PM Theresa May: we will end UK contribution to climate change by 2050

Legislation laid today puts the UK on the path to become the first major economy to set net zero emissions target in law.

On Jun 12, 2019
@ClimateNexus shared
Op-ed: To fight #climate change, we need more powerful supercomputers https://t.co/ghHPeZ1bk4 via @nytimes https://t.co/72J2GH5brl
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Is Climate Change Inconvenient or Existential? Only Supercomputers Can Do the Math

Accurate predictions of Earth’s warming require computers that are too expensive for one country or institution.

On Jun 11, 2019
@earthinstitute shared
RT @LamontEarth: Humanity has a history of survival @PdeMenocal ”I think the one thing that you can't do is tell people that the world's going to hell in a handbasket and there's nothing they can do about it.” @climateandlife @VICE published today:https://t.co/EmE2zl7qyW
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It Doesn't Help to Believe No One Will Survive Climate Change

Reports that say we’re all doomed in the face of the climate crisis ignore a history of survival—and the opportunity to make the future better.