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On Saturday, daily global surface temperatures exceeded 2.0C above the 1850-1900 IPCC baseline for the first time of recordings.

Billionaires are out of touch and much too powerful. The planet is in trouble Rebecca Solnit The Guardian

A of members in shows 80% of them hardly think of themselves as . To strengthen their ties to their churches they want reforms, social engagement and leadership in matters such as . have somewhat more trust in their churches than (in German)

The relentless effects of climate change.

A disappearing island: 'The water is destroying us, one house at a time'

What would happen with only ONE catastrophic global crop harvest

Over the past several years, there has been a direct link between climate events and what is being harvested in Oregon, officials say. Oregon's crops have been impacted by climate events such as drought, wildfires, snowpack, and heat waves.

My team at TWIN co-organized this session on Nov 20, 2023. The next one is in Dubai at on Dec 5, also a hybrid . The Transboundary In-Cooperation Network

Register to join the global dialogue and effort towards the protection of disappearing river and ocean facing deltas and coastal livelihood resources, worsened by . While is a global initiative advancing a United Nations Convention for the conserving Rivers Deltas ()

Not a surprise. Of course it's the ultra-wealthy who own the politicians and the media so the same "the science isn't settled" BS can keep being pushed.

The richest 1% account for more carbon emissions than the poorest 66%, the report says

Polluter elite are plundering the planet to the point of destruction, says Oxfam after a comprehensive study of climate inequality.

The report finds that it would take about 1,500 years for someone in the bottom 99% to produce as much carbon as the richest billionaires in a year.

Richest 1% account for more than poorest 66%, report says emissions The Guardian

Inequality between people has increasingly become a structural impediment to climate justice and climate action. We humans are not equally to blame for rising temperatures, more destructive storms, longer droughts and fiercer forest fires. Recognising that is an important step in identifying the cause of the problem, possible solutions and fair compensation for those affected.

The super-rich are plundering and polluting the planet to the point of , leaving humanity choking on , and "

Green Our Planet

We cannot afford the rich.

There are no crops to celebrate: climate crisis wipes out a way of life in Taiwans mountains Taiwan The Guardian

Holy cow.

. . Haiti. Jamaica.

due to disturbed weather.

Far-right republiqans will control every elected statewide office in once-bipartisan , which has had a centrist Dem as Governor for 8 years. The GQP now holds a 2/3 supermajority in the state house and senate.

They ran on election and denialism, anti-LGBTQ rights, book bans, and *prison time* for abortions (with no rape/incest exceptions).

The TURNOUT was 36% for Governor, and 22% for AG/Secretary/Treasurer runoffs. We HAVE to do better, y'all.

"Richest 1% emit as much planet-heating pollution as two-thirds of humanity"

I don't think there's anything else to add to 's last campaign report.

"Green parity and the decarbonization of corporate bond portfolios"

The richest 1% of humanity is responsible for more carbon emissions than the poorest 66%, with dire consequences for vulnerable communities and global efforts to tackle the climate emergency, a report says.

Richest 1% account for more carbon emissions than poorest 66%, report says.

Polluter elite are plundering the planet to point of destruction, says after comprehensive study of climate inequality

plundering and polluting the planet for

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1% des habitants de cette plante, les riches comme c'est bizarre, polluent hauteur de 16% des missions totales de CO2, autant que les 66% des plus pauvres de la plante.
OXFAM fait le compte en nombres de morts que l'on peut leur attribuer

Extreme weather 'biggest threat' to UK heritage

, and extreme weather threaten the future of nearly three-quarters of sites managed by the National Trust, a new report says.

In Monday's report - "A for Change" - the trust now estimates that 71% of its sites could be at medium or high risk of being impacted by -related events by 2060.

Richest 1% account for more carbon emissions than poorest 66%, report says.

an interesting thesis in

"Promoting individual adaptation to extreme heat weather events: the role of affective and socio-cognitive factors in situational appraisals of challenge or threat"

Many thanks to Ellen Sandell MP who has put the government on notice again to explain how ending native logging means still logging.
This is excellent reading people.

Hey Canada: Could we maybe be proactive and cancel that Taylor Swift concert series for next year and maybe take fewer "sun destination" vacations And maybe actually work on some of those 94 calls to action before we fund any more genocide And maybe leave more of our "dirty oil" buried And maybe slow down this awful pandemic That probably doesn't cover everything we should be doing, but it's enough to start on anyway. You know... in case we get bored and are looking around for stuff to do after cancelling a few concerts.

National Trust calls on UK government to improve climate resilience

Depressing, we need to ration certain things, not tax them, it's the only way to control the excess consumption of the few...

Twelve of the worlds wealthiest billionaires produce more greenhouse gas emissions from their yachts, private jets, mansions and financial investments than the annual energy emissions of 2m homes, research shared exclusively with the Guardian reveals.

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Tools for visualizing, analyzing and interpreting climate data.
Plus, hundreds of well detailed reports on climate variations, impacts, and adaption.

Tracking progress.

The great carbon divide: Richest 1% account for more carbon emissions than poorest 66%, report says
Polluter elite are plundering the planet to point of destruction, says Oxfam after comprehensive study of climate inequality

"Yesterday, temporarily, planet Earth took its first step over the 2.0 degrees Celsius barrier."


And the ecosysytems collapse is happening right now as well. My blog describes how SAI can cool the earth in 2 years and keep temperature steady even if CO2 keeps rising.
Risks are many times smaller than impact and manageable

Please read the blog before you disagree
And sorry, its very long and thorough

Richest 1% account for more carbon emissions than poorest 66%, report says

Paul Beckwith: New Report: Dire Sea Level Rise up to 20 meters (66 ft) Locked-In Even if Climate Goals Met

I don't care if you are virtue-signalling.
Just do the thing.

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