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Greens Senator. “A warrior fighting inside the belly of the beast’ - Capt Paul Watson. 🤛 for lutruwita/Tasmania 💚 and the world's oceans. Green not greed.

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Amount of CO2 in our atmosphere 🌍 418.34 ppm → Current 418.33 ppm → 1 day ago 394.21 ppm → 10 years ago (6%↑ now) 328.58 ppm → 50 years ago (27%↑ now)
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The sad irony of an icebreaker being kept on ice. The public deserve answers: how much longer will the Nuyina be out of action for? Who is paying for the repairs? Have Australia’s Antarctic science missions been impacted by this debacle? theguardian.com/australia-ne…
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The AAD has been chronically under-resourced by successive federal governments for decades resulting in fragmented Antarctic research and uncertainty in the science community. A plagued $528m expedition ship is the last thing the fragile Antarctic Division needs.
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Will @NASA's involvement in #UAP investigations finally answer the question of what mysterious objects are zipping through our skies? On @BiPiSci it’s “Skeptic Check: Understanding UAPs”: buff.ly/3kToA91
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Vale Professor Will Steffen. He was a pioneer in climate change research, and a leader in academia and civil society. Will made a big difference in how climate change is understood. He was the inaugural director of the ANU Climate Change Institute. bit.ly/3HHtuPa
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Vale Will Steffen. We've lost a truly leading thinker on climate change, someone who made a difference in how the world understands it. And a gentle, positive human being. I worked with Will when he was founding director of the ANU Climate Change Institute, and owe him much.
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Here’s hoping it rebounds to this “before” situation - photo taken several months before #collapse @IMASUTAS @GSR_Australia #giantkelp
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So great to see this forest bouncing back! One year ago this magestic forest was growing 2T Ha/day before collapsing to 0 over summer. Now a new cohort is coming through. @GSR_Australia @IMASUTAS
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Well, why are we? If it’s a day of sorrow and humiliation for our First Nations people, it’s a day of shame for our nation. Celebrate Jan 26th? You must be joking. (Pic Karen Brown) #InvasionDay #lutruwita
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Peter Whish-Wilson retweeted
Amount of CO2 in our atmosphere 🌍 418.33 ppm → Current 418.32 ppm → 1 day ago 394.16 ppm → 10 years ago (6%↑ now) 328.58 ppm → 50 years ago (27%↑ now)
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In nipaluna #invasionday see you at Parliament lawns for 12pm rally! @NickMcKim
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These reports are devastating. How would you feel rocking up to your local fish and chips shop and unknowingly tucking into an endangered species for dinner? We need seafood labelling laws that work to protect marine life, not fish them to oblivion. theguardian.com/australia-ne…
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"first factory will be located in Denmark-operational by 2024. By 2030→ six wind turbine blade recycling factories, recycle a minimum of 36,000 tonnes of end-of-life turbine blades each year, and will be powered by 100% green energy." reneweconomy.com.au/six-fact…
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Shocked (not shocked) that a climate-destroying fossil fuel corporation won't clean up its mess quickly enough to protect Ningaloo reef. Woodside is making eye-watering profits off the Ukraine war. Why can’t it decommission a problematic oil tower? watoday.com.au/business/comp…
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Putting our marine life at risk to suit the financial interests of one of the world's biggest polluters isn't acceptable. A toxic chemical spill this close to the Ningaloo Reef World Heritage Area would be devastating for WA’s precious marine wildlife.
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This oil tower containing toxic chemicals once used by Woodside to produce oil near the Ningaloo Reef ceased operations and should have been decommissioned by the company in 2018. It is disgraceful that four years have passed with Woodside failing to clean up its mess.
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We need stronger laws and regulations to govern the decommissioning of these toxic facilities, because we know the industry will try to cut costs at the expense of the environment and the taxpayer every time.
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Yesterday I was part of a group that peacefully protested the expansion of a coal mine in Germany. We were kettled by police and then detained but were let go later that evening. Climate protection is not a crime. #LuetziBleibt #LuetziLebt #KeepItInTheGround #ClimateJustice
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