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Why destroy our fragile #climate just to satisfy fossil fuel profit margins when we can go green save life on Earth #Arctic #keepitintheground #climatechange

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If you lose me on Twitter - which may happen I am on here - Mastodan - an alternative to Twitter although have not used it much yet Gratitude and ❤️ to my twitter followers mastodon.social/@GOGREENECOW…
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#Coffeetalk The coffee you choose has a profound effect on the survival of birds. birdandwild.co.uk Americans drink 1/3 of the world's supply of coffee & are the driving force from traditional, shade-grown coffee to habitat-destroying sun coffee. abcbirds.org/the-view-from-n…
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It's crazy to me that one day you don't see many birds and then one day, on the same day, they all show up. I'm terrible at capturing decent shots of this bird but at least you can see this one. Female Hooded Merganser.
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A newly discovered species of deep-sea jellyfish.
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Just listening to a talk on Spoon-billed Sandpipers, the most charismatic and beautiful of creatures - down to fewer than 300 adults. This world is a cruel and desperate place for wild waders. Thank you @waderquest for all you do.
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Another major threat from global warming And u thought Covid was bad ‘Zombie virus’ resurrected after being frozen for 48,500 years “It is likely that ancient permafrost (much older than 50,000 years,) will release these unknown viruses upon thawing,” independent.co.uk/climate-ch…
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‘Zombie virus’ resurrected after being frozen for 48,500 years “The risk is bound to increase in the context of global warming... and more people will be populating the Arctic in the wake of industrial ventures,” the researchers noted independent.co.uk/climate-ch…
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Methane emissions created by volcanic activity burning buried fossil fuel deposits played a major role in "the great dying," 260 million years ago, that wiped out more than 90% of Earth's marine species, and more than 75% of terrestrial species. phys.org/news/2022-11-methan…
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Main Topic: Mauna Loa Blows Stopping Crucial Carbon Measurements vis @washingtonpost On The Extreme Temperature Diary- THU 12/1/2022 guyonclimate.com/2022/11/30/… +New #ClimateCrisis, #Weather+#science articles @MichaelEMann @KHayhoe @edgarrmcgregor @ProfStrachan @BrianMcHugh2011
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Imagine the doubling of Economic growth ever 23 years This is what is demanded by left/right and liberal elite and media Do these people not realize we have only one Earth with limited resources For this growth to continue we would need multiple Earths theimpossiblefuture.org/the-…
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The left and right may disagree on how wealth is distributed but When it comes to demanding more and more economic growth on a finite Earth whose eco systems are collapsing, that will leave Earth an uninhabitable planet for future generations, there is no difference between them
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Not accounted for in climate models Aerosols are soot (black carbon) that drives poor air quality but crucially by reflecting sunlight, they cool the planet. Without them, the global warming we see today would be 30–50% greater.nature.com/articles/d41586-0…
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Both left and right demand an annual growth rate of 3%, the global economy actually doubles in size every 23 years This is suicidal As economy grows, so does our energy consumption, garbage, pollution, fishing, population, extinctions and deforestation theimpossiblefuture.org/the-…
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Plastic gets into our lungs and even our brains. They are in our food, they are in everything, and everywhere, from bottom of ocean to top of tallest mountain. Less than 5% of plastics in U.S. recycled, and rest burned, landfilled, or on land or oceans treehugger.com/a-poison-like…
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People are bombarded night and day by a tsunami of constant adds to make them feel that their life is not complete unless they buy trash products dressed up as essential to life when in fact they are plundering Earth, eating at Earth limited resources and threatening life itself
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Bioplastics are plastics made from renewable biological material, usually plants, or microorganisms rather than fossil fuels. Many bioplastics beneficial to the environment than plastics made from fossil fuels, butt depends on how bioplastics are made.treehugger.com/what-are-biop…
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Everything You Need to Know About Earths Orbit and Climate Change orbital phases occur over tens of thousands of years, so only climate trends that orbital patterns might help explain are long-term Earth's current warming happening in cool orbital phase treehugger.com/everything-yo…
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