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A global network of ocean sanctuaries will breathe life back into our oceans, creating a safe haven for ocean creatures.

Send an SOS: Ask the world's leaders to support ocean sanctuaries at the United Nations ➞

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The oceans drive our weather systems and are home to a staggering 80% of all life on Earth, and you can help protect them by taking some straightforward actions today!

Click on this link ▶ ◀ to find out more.

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"Without the oceans there would be no life on Earth. They help create the air we breathe, drive our weather systems and are home to a staggering 80 per cent of all life on Earth. We now know that human activities are having a serious impact so here are some simple things you can do to help save our oceans."
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The International Court of Justice has just ruled that Japan must immediately end its so-called ‘scientific’ whaling program:

This is a huge step forward in our efforts to ban this unnecessary and wasteful practice.

SHARE to join the celebration!

#whales #whaling #Japan #highfive  
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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) said climate change impacts are already widespread across all continents and shows how the world is unprepared on the looming climate chaos.

Here are 7 key findings from the report >>>

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Seven key findings from the new report out of the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, including sea level rise and food security projections.
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Representatives from +Friends of the Earth International, +Oxfam GB+World Wildlife Fund and +Greenpeace International joined Japanese groups Kiko Network and CASA to call on world leaders to take action on climate change.

As the UN climate panel issue a new warning on the looming climate chaos, world leaders need to accelerate the transition to clean and safe energy >>>

#IPCC #ClimateAction #ClimateChange  
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+Matt Jacques  writes:

"The IPCC report included the 'range' you quote as something of a concession to those who can only think/plan with dollars (never mind all those 'externalities' like human lives or our ecosystem that we are inextricably a part of)"

Human lives count as a cost to economists. External costs count as costs. Effects on humans of changes in the ecosystem count as costs. You are arguing from a mistaken idea of what economics is.

The IPCC presumably gave the range because if they badly misrepresented it the economists associated with the report would have resigned. They then qualified the real estimate to obscure how small the effect was estimated to be, relative to their rhetoric.

"It's "effects ON natural and human systems OF extreme weather...". Your response seems to have reversed these."

I don't think so. I quoted accurately. They are looking at effects of extreme weather, not just of extreme weather due to climate change.

If you think my response somehow is based on a misreading, perhaps you could explain why you think that.
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Going all-out for a green future isn’t just a task for our global leaders; it has a lot to do with our everyday choices, too.

Promote green living by following these easy steps:

1. Take a snapshot of yourself doing an eco-friendly habit
2. Go to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Tumblr
3. In the caption, include a short description of your photo with the hashtag #EarthDayEverydayPH  
4. Post the photo!

You can post as many pics as you want from now until 12 noon of April 22, 2014. Just make sure to follow the instructions to get a chance to score some Greenpeace goodies!

#EarthDay #selfie  
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If only polar bears could talk to climate change deniers…

SHARE this if you believe that there is no climate debate—just precious time wasted.

Join the Save The Arctic movement if you haven’t yet:

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In June 2013, the Bureau of Customs started to receive tons of importation of 50 forty foot container vans from Canada filled with household waste.

This is a clear example of the disgraceful hazardous waste trade that continues to happen right under our noses where industries from developed countries unashamedly ship their toxic waste to poorer, developing countries like the Philippines.

In case you haven't done so, please sign this petition ▶ ◀ and call on the Canadian government to hasten the re-exportation of their waste back to Canada.

#waste #Philippines #Canada #petition #BaselBan  
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Thank you, #Canada. 
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The Banaue Rice Terraces, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was declared as a GMO-free zone by the provincial government in 2009.

JOIN the growing movement of Filipinos calling on the Department of Agriculture to stop the commercialization of Golden Rice ➞

#Banaue #RiceTerraces #UNESCO #Philippines #NoToGoldenRice #gmo #agriculture  
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