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Is Climate Change Denial Thawing in Texas?

On Mar 23, 2020
@ClimateNexus shared
#ClimateChange denial might be thawing out in Texas among young Republicans. https://t.co/m8ETnMVFHS via @TexasMonthly https://t.co/RzNpGWT5CV
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Surprising statements by oil industry leaders have grabbed headlines. But the bigger change is underway more quietly, among young Republicans.

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On Mar 23, 2020
@ClimateNexus shared
#ClimateChange denial might be thawing out in Texas among young Republicans. https://t.co/m8ETnMVFHS via @TexasMonthly https://t.co/RzNpGWT5CV
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Is Climate Change Denial Thawing in Texas?

Surprising statements by oil industry leaders have grabbed headlines. But the bigger change is underway more quietly, among young Republicans.



On Mar 29, 2020
@CFigueres shared
Our response to this #health #crisis will shape the #ClimateCrisis for decades to come. #TheFutureWeChoose @GlobalOptimism #Covid19 #coronavirus @NYT https://t.co/8hGVj6CQQK
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What the Coronavirus Means for Climate Change

Lockdowns and distancing won’t save the world from warming. But amid this crisis, we have a chance to build a better future.

On Mar 24, 2020
@GRI_LSE shared
RT @Vizzuality: More than 170 countries have laws and policies to address #climatechange adaptation — and we worked with @GRI_LSE to make their database of Climate Change Laws of the World easier to navigate. https://t.co/RqfnVNDonb https://t.co/DDjPZOw1HF
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Climate Change Laws of the World

Making climate change laws easier to search.

On Mar 25, 2020
@LeoHickman shared
@James_BG he's not exactly – how shall we put this? - the sharpest tool in the box. He was persuaded to be a climate sceptic by, wait for it, Ian Plimer's book... https://t.co/qgo9HnKhkW
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Douglas Carswell: How the facts on global warming have changed

Leo Hickman: The Tory blogger on what caused his climate change epiphany – after two decades of believing that humans were to blame

On Mar 26, 2020
@SEIclimate shared
Join our webinar on 3 April to discuss the geopolitics of climate change and sustainable development in light of the #COVID19 pandemic: https://t.co/bavoTQCFFR with @BjornOlaLinner @vgalaz @SIPRIorg @Perssonasa #ClimateCrisis
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Webinar: The geopolitics of COVID-19 and climate change

Join this discussion to learn more about the geopolitics of sustainable development in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Mar 27, 2020
@ClimateNexus shared
RT @emorwee: The coronavirus pandemic has shifting my thinking around the power of individual action to make a difference in solving massive, global problems — the climate crisis chief among them. I talked about it with @pritheworld: https://t.co/uWKxEKkSBY
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Coronavirus is changing how people think about fighting climate change

When it comes to the spread of COVID-19, personal choices matter. One infected person staying home instead of going out could save thousands of lives. 

On Mar 25, 2020
@CarbonBrief shared
In-depth: Could ‘rewilding’ help to tackle climate change? | @daisydunnesci https://t.co/aO9L1c4LWH #archive https://t.co/4mK87fd5zL
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In-depth: Could ‘rewilding’ help to tackle climate change?

As little as 14,000 years ago, lions roamed across most of Earth’s continents, including Europe, Asia and the Americas. Though it is not possible to tell what caused the lions to go ...

On Mar 25, 2020
@rkyte365 shared
Use Coronavirus Rescue Packages to Fight Climate Change: UK Adviser https://t.co/H5VY0NO1UF
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Use Coronavirus Rescue Packages to Fight Climate Change: UK Adviser

Gigantic stimulus packages to prop up the world economy during the coronavirus crisis should be designed to tackle climate change, according to a senior adviser from Britain which is ...

On Mar 24, 2020
@meganrowling shared
RT @TRF_Climate: "Globally, the question will be: 'Do we lock in the use of fossil fuels in our infrastructure choices or do we instead look to a green stimulus?'" says @ChiefExecCCC @theCCCuk l #Climate #Coronavirus https://t.co/C6QItPDk4M
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Use coronavirus rescue packages to fight climate change - UK adviser

"Globally, the question will be: 'Do we lock in the use of fossil fuels in our infrastructure choices or do we instead look to a green stimulus?'"

On Mar 24, 2020
@guardian shared
How fresh economics can tackle coronavirus and climate change https://t.co/mi07CW8xEI
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How fresh economics can tackle coronavirus and climate change

Letters: Measures to ease the impact of coronavirus hold lessons for how we can fight the battle against climate change, argue Colin Hines and Rosamund Aubrey, while Carl Gardner looks at ...

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On Mar 26, 2020
@YaleClimateComm shared
How important is the issue of climate change for you? https://t.co/u7apcfkyFB https://t.co/EqHqRNGUOH
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Climate Change in the American Mind: November 2019

Our latest national survey finds that the highest percentage of Americans since our surveys began are "extremely" or "very" sure global warming is happening.

On Mar 26, 2020
@meganrowling shared
RT @TRF_Climate: As the world warms, extreme #heat coupled with humidity is on the rise - and that is expected to have a costly impact on #mentalhealth, @lauriegoering reports @RutgersU @PLOSONE @RCClimate https://t.co/TyyqXFwfL3
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Climate change set to make extreme heat more common - and costly

Dangerous heat and humidity could affect 1.2 billion people by the turn of the century if global warming goes unchecked, scientists say

On Mar 26, 2020
@sciam shared
Shrinking ozone hole and climate change are causing atmospheric “tug of war” https://t.co/ubcuLkYGeG https://t.co/Q3mEoVSHXf
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Shrinking Ozone Hole, Climate Change Are Causing Atmospheric “Tug of War”

The Southern Hemisphere jet stream is shifting, bringing more rain to some spots and less to others

On Mar 27, 2020
@WMO shared
#New @WMO Bulletin article with @UN_Water on why #water must be at the heart of #ClimateAction plans and at the front of our minds when we think about #ClimateChange https://t.co/8BkGmj1fZT https://t.co/kEj86q0t3U
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Why is water so often missing from discussions around climate change?

To amplify the messages around climate change and water, both World Water Day and World Meteorological Day in 2020 focus on climate change and water and aim to inspire people around the ...

On Mar 24, 2020
@ClimateNexus shared
[email protected] op-ed: As with the coronavirus, listening to scientific warnings about #climatechange before it is too late could prevent outsized public health and economic tragedies. https://t.co/Wk6iepiXDV via @Forbes https://t.co/p0UTTmV46Z
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The Coronavirus Pandemic Shows Us The Importance Of Combatting Climate Change

The tiny fruit fly – which lives one to two months – has changed the world through medical research, leading to eight Nobel prizes. Confronting an even smaller organism, the Coronavirus, ...

On Mar 29, 2020
@EricHolthaus shared
RT @RealHotTake: “What’s happening in the Ecuadorian Amazon right now is a bellwether for other places and not just on the climate front. That’s because climate change isn’t letting up just because there’s a global pandemic.”—@jloistf https://t.co/8wsavwz7qb
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This Is What Climate Change Looks Like in an Era of Covid-19

As the coronavirus pandemic continued to escalate around the world, a more localized emergency has unfolded in the Ecuadorian Amazon.

On Mar 28, 2020
@ret_ward shared
RT @RobertStavins: Worth reading: Extreme measures to fight the coronavirus have raised activists’ hopes for similarly drastic action on global warming. Here’s why they’re wrong. https://t.co/tvgtOgjNDd
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Sorry, but the Virus Shows Why There Won’t Be Global Action on Climate Change

Extreme measures to fight the coronavirus have raised activists’ hopes for similarly drastic action on global warming. Here’s why they’re wrong.

On Mar 27, 2020
@ClimateReality shared
There’s no better time than the present to remind ourselves that together, we can make a difference and fight for our future. https://t.co/1CxLqZCWGr
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The key ingredient to surviving both coronavirus and climate change: our shared sense of humanity

We are faced with a crisis that may well be linked to environmental destruction. The question is: What will we do?

On Mar 27, 2020
@ClimateNexus shared
RT @MichaelEMann: Another must-read piece by @JeffGoodell of @RollingStone, "Zero Hour: There’s No Stopping Climate Change, But How Bad It Gets Is Still Up To Us: It is more important than ever that we eliminate fossil fuels and reduce suffering in a warming world" https://t.co/iAbHadSAKQ
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Zero Hour: There’s No Stopping Climate Change, But How Bad It Gets Is Still Up To Us

It is more important than ever that we eliminate fossil fuels and reduce suffering in a warming world