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"Cities account for more than 60% of all CO2 emissions."
Urbanization is one of the major challenges of this century. If we manage it wisely, we will chart the path to further growth and improve quality of life for more people on our planet.
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Can Africa lead the renewable energy revolution?
Africa is finding new ways to mitigate the effects of global warming thanks to climate finance.
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So where is worst?
NASA images show which countries have the highest levels of air pollution.
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わざわざ支那、チャイナ、中華人民共和国、中国でないと主張された意図が私にはわからなかった。
インドならどうだと。地球環境にとって、じゅうようなことは、衛星による観測技術をほめることや、国や地域の比較でなくて、人口問題、人口あたりの汚染度の問題であり、その排出の元の元であるオーストラリアなど化石燃料輸出国の責任でもある
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Our planet needs climate action and fast!

The United Nations and Angry Birds are partnering to improve our planet for this year's International Day of Happiness (20 March). Stay tuned!

#AngryBirdsHappyPlanet
#HappinessDay 
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Because the colour is Green, but not just any green - it s the colour of money. We are entering into the next explosive stage of disruption for the $12 Trillion Energy and Transportation industries. Tony Seba is brilliant as ...
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I share! thaaanks! Badman Nishioka/rainforest action group/Osaka
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Could Morocco become the next solar powerhouse?
Morocco’s drive to become a regional renewable-energy powerhouse could boost economic development in other Arab countries.
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#Australian solar PV installations hit the 5 gigawatt mark

#solar #ASQ
Solar power in Australia has grown to 5 gigawatts and was the largest source of new power in the country in 2015. It now represents 9% of Australia's total electricity generation capacity.
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This new buoy can produce three times as much electricity as the best rival tech, with a far more practical design.
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Together, let’s #ChangeClimateChange!

Help us spread the word → Earth Hour is this Saturday 19 March, 8:30pm your time.
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Happy day 🌍🌎🌏😅!
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Join Kung Fu Panda and millions of people across the world on 19 March, 8:30 p.m. to shine a light on climate action -> http://www.earthhour.org/climateaction
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Why poor families would be hit hardest by carbon taxes.
Carbon taxes would place a disproportionate burden on low-income families, but there are ways to soften their potential impact.
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Which countries are switching to renewables?
This article was originally published on The World Bank’s Sustainable Energy for All blog. In 2015 the world saw great momentum for climate action, culminating in a historic agreement in ...
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We support cooperative action by States to combat climate change and its impacts on humanity and ecosystems. This is our contribution to a sustainable world and to realizing the vision of peace, security and human dignity on which the UN is founded.
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We support cooperative action by States to combat climate change and its impacts on humanity and ecosystems. This is our contribution to a sustainable world and to realizing the vision of peace, security and human dignity on which the UN is founded.
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