Problem is that after a few years, most people normalize extreme climate as normal
They also normalize disappearance of world Bees insects birds wildlife, marine life, forests wetlands and their replacement with a sterile barren lifeless landscape as normal
I’ve been thinking the same thing.
The silence is deafening.
On Monday the #IPCCReport - the most significant news in human history - is released, sharing how we must do everything, everywhere, all at once if we are to survive the century.
It's now Thursday & I'm struggling to find anything in mainstream news...
Two years or so, I began an extensive research project into the totalitarian movements of the 1920s and 1930, with a heavy emphasis on Germany and Italy whose totalitarians regimes hailed from the political right.
When I started this research project I knew very little about the… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1638709605349068801
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So thankful for Gen Z, but also thankful for woman like this as well. There is still a living and breathing generation that saw firsthand what fascism looks like and is fully aware of what political party is aligning with it.
@CMEvanGlass Sorry to hear that. Keep bringing it back periodically. It will happen.
In our gut, we always knew this.
In 1980, a prominent Republican sought to sabotage then-President Jimmy Carter's re-election by asking Iran to keep American hostages until after the election, according to a New York Times report.
🌎 No need to thank us, @IPCC_CH!
We’ve translated climate science into everyday humanspeak with the @jonathanpienews & Prof Jo Haigh, so there's zero confusion what action we all need to take.
Full uncut video here: http://youtu.be/Xt3BK_JK3KE
A new U.N. report found that within a decade, the world is likely to miss its goal of holding global warming to 1.5 degrees celsius.
@IAmAmnaNawaz spoke with @KHayhoe about the tipping points that would lead to catastrophic environmental damage. https://to.pbs.org/401CYvy