Thursday, August 04, 2022

RT Heat wave: These cities are better at enduring extreme temperatures. Here's what they're doing different - CNN

Monday, August 01, 2022

RT @ESG Insights | S&P Global

RT 2022 #ESG Trends to Watch - MSCI

Friday, July 15, 2022

RT What does the world think about global warming? 5 #climate change stories to read this week #Environment #ClimateChange from World Economic Forum (@wef)

World Economic Forum (@wef) tweeted at 4:50 PM on Fri, Jul 15, 2022:
What does the world think about global warming? 5 climate change stories to read this week #Environment #ClimateChange https://t.co/TFVCX7enIP
(https://twitter.com/wef/status/1547956867762044931?t=fFg6bfJ8zBYLW95_OUuXIg&s=03

Sunday, June 19, 2022

The most common refrigerant used in air conditioners today is nearly 2,000 times more potent than #carbon dioxide as a global warming agent. Regulators need to address this issue from Project Syndicate (@ProSyn)

Project Syndicate (@ProSyn) tweeted at 10:35 PM on Sat, Jun 18, 2022:
The most common refrigerant used in air conditioners today is nearly 2,000 times more potent than carbon dioxide as a global warming agent. Regulators need to address this issue, argue @RockyMtnInst's Rushad Nanavatty and @Aggarwal_Khan of @UNEP. https://t.co/hGv4FCjLlv
(https://twitter.com/ProSyn/status/1538259009383239680?t=jB3ehYhOIu0PdFVZZbbc3g&s=03

Tuesday, June 07, 2022

RT The funding needed by #UN #climate disaster appeals has soared by more than 800% in 20 years as global heating takes hold from Climate Reality Team UK (@ClimateRealUK)

Climate Reality Team UK (@ClimateRealUK) tweeted at 9:23 AM on Tue, Jun 07, 2022:
The funding needed by UN #climate disaster appeals has soared by more than 800% in 20 years as global heating takes hold

But only about half of it is being met by rich countries, says @Oxfam @oxfamgb

https://t.co/90v0UqdPvF
(https://twitter.com/ClimateRealUK/status/1534073425676967936?t=VUCcVqpHxpRHq0Y3n3q4hw&s=03

Monday, May 30, 2022

To tackle #climatechange effectively, we should recognize communities as prime agents and stakeholders, instead of viewing them as the objects of policy interventions by well-meaning experts, writes Fatoumata Nafo from Project Syndicate (@ProSyn)

Project Syndicate (@ProSyn) tweeted at 5:27 AM on Mon, May 30, 2022:
To tackle #climatechange effectively, we should recognize communities as prime agents and stakeholders, instead of viewing them as the objects of policy interventions by well-meaning experts, writes Fatoumata Nafo. https://t.co/1lANqQoypO
(https://twitter.com/ProSyn/status/1531114931872944128?t=RMzgd7AyEqk6rkoBkdcdkg&s=03

Monday, April 18, 2022

RT Scientists have reported that #methane levels increased a record amount in 2021. from Council on Foreign Relations (@CFR_org)

Council on Foreign Relations (@CFR_org) tweeted at 6:49 PM on Sun, Apr 17, 2022:
Scientists have reported that methane levels increased a record amount in 2021.

About 80 countries have pledged to try to cut global methane emissions by 30% by 2030. Is it doable? https://t.co/YKQPNwsqGI
(https://twitter.com/CFR_org/status/1515734163411902473?t=MGgegO3zYppDkHT_MyX-iA&s=03

Tuesday, February 15, 2022

RT Knowingly causing serious #environmental damage should be illegal. Global Witness (@Global_Witness)

Global Witness (@Global_Witness) tweeted at 8:00 AM on Tue, Feb 15, 2022:
Knowingly causing serious environmental damage should be illegal.

Agree? Find out more about why we're pushing the @IntlCrimCourt to make #ecocide an international crime in our new blog: https://t.co/dyW970v3la
(https://twitter.com/Global_Witness/status/1493480317751119872?t=qPoAorP7FGztr3IaoDShHQ&s=03

Tuesday, February 08, 2022

RT #Climate change is already resulting in massive losses to the global economy. Chatham House (@ChathamHouse)

Chatham House (@ChathamHouse) tweeted at 4:00 AM on Tue, Feb 08, 2022:
Climate change is already resulting in massive losses to the global economy.

▪️In 2020, COVID-19 cost 580 billion in lost working hours.

▪️In 2019, 302 billion working hours were lost due to global temperature increases.

Read our @CH_Environment report:
https://t.co/aPLPFeV6Zd
(https://twitter.com/ChathamHouse/status/1490883088947286016?t=h3g0wze9AVVGG0YINzdCng&s=03

Sunday, February 06, 2022

Thursday, February 03, 2022

RT #Climate change is already resulting in massive losses to the global economy Chatham House (@ChathamHouse)

Chatham House (@ChathamHouse) tweeted at 3:00 PM on Thu, Feb 03, 2022:
Climate change is already resulting in massive losses to the global economy.

▪️In 2020, COVID-19 cost 580 billion in lost working hours.

▪️In 2019, 302 billion working hours were lost due to global temperature increases.

Read our @CH_Environment report:
https://t.co/aPLPFeV6Zd
(https://twitter.com/ChathamHouse/status/1489237386122997766?t=e59Sq52KGtl4C_CHMok8Vw&s=03

Wednesday, February 02, 2022

RT Treating #forest🌳 #biomass as a zero-carbon #fuel risks undermining the Paris #Climate Accord. Chatham House (@ChathamHouse)

Chatham House (@ChathamHouse) tweeted at 4:00 PM on Wed, Feb 02, 2022:
Treating forest🌳 biomass as a zero-carbon fuel risks undermining the Paris Climate Accord.

▪️ Wood pellets burnt in the 🇬🇧 were responsible for up to 16 million tonnes of CO2 emissions in 2019.

Read our @CH_Environment report: https://t.co/CDciBSRcAj
(https://twitter.com/ChathamHouse/status/1488890074913812481?t=fATL5O9RPWQRaESb8y1RkA&s=03

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

RT What is your country doing to protect sinking cities? World Economic Forum (@wef)

World Economic Forum (@wef) tweeted at 1:00 PM on Tue, Jan 25, 2022:
What is your country doing to protect sinking cities?

Find out how we can prevent catastrophe: https://t.co/uPLimEgEbM https://t.co/1ocqpQnP4J
(https://twitter.com/wef/status/1485945573505216520?t=aneWkvUeK49-3Oe27BZLkA&s=03