The fires, which have been burning for months and could rage on for months to come, are impacting the earth’s climate in several ways.
Bravo @Emma_Marris: How to Stop Freaking Out and Tackle Climate Change https://t.co/5hdcQ1REjX #sustcommOpen
Here’s a five-step plan to deal with the stress and become part of the solution.
A reasonable voice on the energy transition. @TedHalstead @TheCLCouncil @AFCDividends #RenewableEnergy @nyt https://t.co/aM3cP0qdV9Open
Bigger and faster emissions reductions are possible if environmentalists and industry work together.
As we work to avoid the worst impacts of climate change by rapidly reducing carbon pollution & investing in clean energy, we also have to equip communities to cope with climate impacts. Today, I’m announcing my plan for resilience: https://t.co/eoIu21TqWWOpen
As president, Mike will invest heavily to lower emissions, and to ensure that Americans across the country are prepared for the impacts of climate change.
UK panel will tackle some of the dilemmas around global warming.
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility funding was discontinued in 2017, while Scott Morrison was treasurer. https://t.co/3Zm6PbbVsaOpen
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility funding was discontinued in 2017, while Scott Morrison was treasurer
This cannot become our new normal – we need to act now to protect the future of our planet. https://t.co/T5KUqZUSSF https://t.co/OAI37ZXQ4wOpen
UK scientists say the recent fires in Australia are a foretaste of decades to come.
Q&A: Why cement emissions matter for climate change | @CarbonBrief https://t.co/waDeA3rQGo #archive https://t.co/EmHNuugXT9Open
If the cement industry were a country, it would be the third largest emitter in...
NEW | Australia’s climate change polarisation hampers long-term bushfire fixes By @ChloeFarand: https://t.co/ArqyLkGidnOpen
“We need to re-invent and re-think the management of our landscape,” Peter Kanowski, professor of forestry at the Australian National University told CHN
RT @TRF_Climate: For Democrats, #climatechange "is one of the top voting priorities among their base, and that has never been true in American political history before," says @YaleClimateComm director | #climate https://t.co/azDy5Nd1vGOpen
A majority of Americans are now "concerned" or "alarmed" about warming, after increased media attention and discussion by Democratic presidential candidates, Yale survey finds
RT @yayitsrob: The median American is about 38 years old. She has seen: - 13 years that were, at the time, the hottest year on record. - 27 years that were then among the 5 hottest on record. - 35 years that were then among the 10 hottest on record. I wrote about it: https://t.co/ehJcROfQNFOpen
2019 was the hottest year on record, with one exception.
Mapped: How climate change affects extreme weather around the world | @CarbonBrief https://t.co/oiOkyfIZUb #archive https://t.co/eksmppiXawOpen
In the early 2000s, a new field of climate science research emerged that began to explore the human fingerprint on extreme weather, such as floods.
Imperial Oil, Canada’s Exxon subsidiary, ignored its own #climatechange research for decades, archive shows https://t.co/J3JXysrQe4 via @theintercept https://t.co/YqgjJMg13aOpen
Imperial Oil, Canada’s Exxon Subsidiary, Ignored Its Own Climate Change Research for Decades, Archive Shows
Imperial publicly denied the dangers of carbon dioxide emissions even as its research arm concluded the pollutants contributed to climate change.
The Democratic debate last night indicated how deeply climate change is coloring the presidential race. https://t.co/QiiNW9AvjTOpen
Whether to allow fracking and the use of natural gas as a transition fuel emerged as a rare point of contention in last night’s debate
RT @insideclimate: Trump's planned overhaul of a bedrock environmental law aims to sweep away a hurdle slowing his agenda for unfettered fossil fuel development. https://t.co/LY9iSz1eWSOpen
Critics say he’s undermining a bedrock environmental protection law that established government’s duty as 'trustee of the environment for succeeding generations.'
There is “no doubt whatsoever” of the link between climate and fire risk, researchers say as Australia’s government faces criticism for denying devastating bushfires are definitively linked to climate change. https://t.co/8VhBhcYr4ZOpen
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - There is "no doubt" that climate...
In-depth Q&A: The IPCC’s special report on climate change at 1.5C | @DrSimEvans @daisydunnesci @LeoHickman @rtmcswee https://t.co/XW2RcbnMKj #archive https://t.co/CGvTJpoagcOpen
Earlier today in South Korea, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published its long-awaited special report on 1.5C.
#ClimateChange makes wildfires them more frequent, larger & more widespread. When forests burn, the biodiversity on which humans depend for their long-term survival also disappears in the inferno. #ClimateCrisis https://t.co/IzL6YuBxHEOpen
2020 is a crunch year for decision makers tackling the biodiversity and climate change emergencies and for humanity as a whole to start paying attention to the breakdown of our planetary ...