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#Gretathunberg Visits the Marine Mammal Interpretation Centre in Tadoussac, Québec

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The Climate change hero is still in and running for the course. The teenager is saying it like it is, and she is gaining access to every part of the world to push for the climate change awareness that she is so passionate about.

Right in this, she was see visiting the Marine Mammal Interpretation Centre in Québec, watching whales. She is doing just wnat she what’s and the good part of it all is that she is very good at what she does. Holding/joining each country every Friday for their climate change awareness protests. You go girl.

Reposted from @gretathunberg (@get_regrann) – Visiting the Marine Mammal Interpretation Centre in beautiful Tadoussac, Québec, and watching whales – especially belugas! Thank you for your hospitality and the work you do! – #regrann

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#ClimateChange : Jeanniemai affiliates with #Xprize for a healthier planet 🌍🌏🌎

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Reposted from @thejeanniemai  – If you’re concerned (sometimes like me, overwhelmed) by the potential impacts behind climate change, check out @Xprize, the Olympics behind solving global problems. Where anyone, at any age, can contribute sick ideas and collab with the greatest minds of our time to create solutions backed by millions of prize dollars 🙌 Attending #Xprize today was exhilarating …follow & peep Xprize.org to get involved with me 💚🌍💚

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#ClimateChange : #GretaThunberg receives the key to the city of #Montréal from the Mayor

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Reposted from @gretathunberg (@get_regrann) – ‪Yesterday I received the key to the city of Montréal by the mayor @val_plante . I am incredibly honoured by this, and so thankful for the reception I’ve been given here in Québec!‬ – #regrann

Reposted from @gretathunberg (@get_regrann) – Early numbers confirm at least 7 million people participated in the #weekforfuture climate strikes this and last Friday!! That is unbelievable!! Thank you everyone who joined the climate strikes, and especially to the local organisers! The #weekforfuture is one of the biggest global demonstrations in history!! This is just the beginning! #climatestrike #fridaysforfuture #schoolstrike4climate
(Photo from Rome yesterday) – #regrann

Reposted from @gretathunberg (@get_regrann) – The #climateweek continues! The preliminary numbers say 170’000 people – mostly school children – are striking today in New Zealand!! That is 3,5% of the entire NZ population…THIS is Wellington! Please share all the pictures you see as the strikes move west over Asia to Africa and Europe!! Happy striking!! #climatestrike #fridaysforfuture – #regrann

Reposted from @gretathunberg (@get_regrann) – Tomorrow the global climate strike continues!! People all around the world will march together again. I’ll join the strike in Montreal.
170 countries and 6631 events so far. #weekforfuture
Find your closest strike or register your own at fridaysforfuture.org or local websites.
Spread the word!
#FridaysForFuture #ClimateStrike #schoolstrike4climate
(Picture from last Friday in London.) – #regrann

Reposted from @gretathunberg (@get_regrann) – Incredible pictures from the #climatestrike around the world! Millions are marching today again!! THIS is Torino, Italy!!

#fridaysforfuture – #regrann

Reposted from @gretathunberg (@get_regrann) – ‪500’000 in Montréal. Change is coming!! #ClimateStrike #FridayForFuture #klimatstrejk ‬ – #regrann

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#ClimateCrisis : #GretaThunberg the new face of #ClimateChange

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A Swedish teenage by the name  GretaThunberg is now the new face of climate change from Sweden is sending the message to the heart of mankind as the urgency of intensifies. According to #guardian, Greta Thunberg skipped school last August to organize the protest alone outside of the Swedish Parliament in Stockholm for urgent climate reaction.

In just 13 months, she has become the figurehead of a global movement that has pushed the crisis to the top of the news agenda and inspired millions to take to the streets.

These are five of the key speeches that helped spark the #climatestrike movement.

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Shailene Woodley shows support for the #Hawaii protests

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from @shailenewoodley – #Repost @malialia

tell me.

where did all the koa trees go?

where did the groves of warriors run to?

were they burned and cut down

were they sold and turned into paper?

were they written on and disguised as law?

tell me where did the kanaka go?

did they retreat into the mountains to reside on slopes?

did they get pushed away, forced to travel on foot when they only knew how to float?

did they get pushed down into the dirt where the koa trees once stood?

and did the koa and the kanaka melt together to hold each other through remembering how to be a warrior and a human and a poem.

#protectmaunakea

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Brazil to reject the £16m offered by world leaders to help tackle the Amazon wildfires #amazon #climatechange

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Contrary to what the world may have thought, Brazil is not infact going to desperately and freely accepted the money you all have contributed to help then save the Amazon from further incineration by wildfire. 

The Country thoughtful and considerate along side preserving  enough to be housing the world’s largest vegetation is faces with one of the most horrific event of their lives and they are rejecting H elp from the eodld intackling it? That’s true people, Brazil has expressed its intent to reject the £16m offered by world leaders to help tackle the wildfires engulfing the Amazon, claiming it should be spent on reforesting Europe rather than ‘colonialist practises’. The aid was agreed during emergency climate talks at the G7 summit over the weekend in a session that was skipped by Donald Trump.

Environmental groups dismissed the sum – equivalent to just £2.3m per G7 country – as ‘chump change’ that failed to address the causes of the fires.

Satellite data has recorded more than 41,000 fires in the Amazon region so far this year – more than half of those happened this month alone. So the Area being under such scrutiny by both the good and the bad, is now being suggested by its owners, to be replicated in one of the other sides of the world.

This is because the world needs balance between the poison and filters and this clearly can no longer be a task left only for the weakened and exhausted Amazon. Even though some believe that the fire was not entirely a natural disaster, as the region is trying to send a message across to the world. We have heard thag message and we will do our best. For the 3rd world countries, our natural environment is still intact, unlike the G7 Countries. #justsaying

Via: Guardian

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This is the reason Amazon is burning and going to get worse — Washingtonpost

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Credit to from @washingtonpost  – The Amazon rainforest is home to some of the wettest land on Earth. So how is it currently ablaze? And why are the blazes growing? Scientists point to three main reasons – each the result of human activity:

—The first is deforestation, much of it illegal.

—Another spark is farming. More than three-quarters of deforestation in the Amazon is the result of ranching or soy production. Fire has become a standard tool for farmers to clear brush and help maintain their farm.

—The final main cause is droughts. These occur naturally, but scientists say climate change and deforestation are making them more frequent and sever.

All of these practices feed into one another. Read more on Washington post..

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ClimateChange Disaster: Raging Fire grazes through Brazil’s Amazon rainforest

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Credit to from @cnn  – Follow ➡️ @cnnclimate ➡️ Fires are raging at a record rate in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest, which is roughly half the size of the US and produces 20% of the oxygen in Earth’s atmosphere 🌎 Scientists warn that if fires continue at this rate, the rainforest that has been called the planet’s “lungs” could be reduced to a dry savanna that emits CO2 rather than absorbing it. (📸: Planet Labs, Inc)

Credit to from @c.syresmith (@get_regrann) – The AMAZON Rain FOREST IS ON FIRE THIS IS TERRIBLE IT’S ONE OF THE BIGGEST CARBON SINKS IN THE WORLD, Spread The Word. #theamazonrainforest

Credit to from @caradelevingne (@get_regrann) – #PrayforAmazonia 🙏🏽 – #regrann

 

 

 

 

From Theshaderoom…

#Roommates, the world’s largest rainforest is currently ablaze with no end in sight. Brazil’s Amazon Rainforest is reportedly burning at the highest rate since the National Institute for Space Research began tracking it in 2013. Now, scientists worry this could be a major setback in the fight against climate change.

According to @cnn, the Amazon is often referred to as the earth’s lungs because it is responsible for the production of 20% of the oxygen in the earth’s atmosphere. There have been almost 730,000 fires in Brazil this year, with more than half in the Amazon region.

The rainforest is the largest rainforest on the planet, measured at almost half the size of the United States. According to reports, smoke from—click the link in our bio to read more! (📸: @ecohealthnyc)

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HOT SUMMER: July 2019 becomes the hottest month ever recorded on EARTH — Experts

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“The heat is on” now takes a new meaning after scientists have concluded that July now goes down in history as the hottest month.

The significance wasn’t infact felt, because we didn’t Hear people complain or even burn up, but record has shown that this is the truth.

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), July 2019 is the hottest month ever recorded on earth.

Apparently the average global temperature in July was 1.71 degrees above the average which is 60.4 degrees F. Breaking the record held by July of 2016 coincidentally. The most alarming part about all of this is that 9 of the 10 hottest Julys have happened since 2005 and the last 5 have happened in the last 5 years. Meaning every year it’s getting hotter and hotter.

As we all know, extreme heat isn’t good news. #balleralert

While Trump is in denial of all these happenings concerning global warming or climate change, he is frightening the sane occupants of the Unuted states, and impressing the weird ones, and the sane ones are not going to take it in silence.

Credit to from @berniesanders  – This is an emergency and we need to treat it like one.

 

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Jason Mamoa shares with the world the extent of plastic pollution taking place in the United States.

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I thought it was a pile of rodents at first sight of the movie dungeon, but this becomes clear as you stare on. It is just disgusting to the max to realise that it’s simply a moving pile of trash.

You cant even see the water pulling it, because everything is covered with disgustingly rotten dirt.

The aquaMan actor  shared the video while seeking help from organizations and individuals who can help out in anyway that could help him tackle the menace..

Even though This is nothing compare to what we have here in Nigeria, but watching this video, I can tell it is equally intense over there.

 

Reposted from @prideofgypsies – @savethereef @sustainablecoastlineshawaii @lonelywhale @4ocean @dahuiofficial @surfrider @lifewithoutplastic @greenpeace @greenmatters @unfetteredhome @oceanwise @waterislife @coralgardeners @make_earth_green_again Please help me find organizations that are truly helping. Need to stop single use plastics now. unnecessary Plastic water bottles need to die. Canteen. Water from home glass aluminum anything but plastic. We can’t recycle it. Reduce by reusing. Aluminum 💯 infinitely recyclable #mananalu. Change is necessary change is coming. Aloha j – #obyorijiblog

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The Duchess of Cambridge welcomed Her Majesty The Queen to her #RHSChelsea Back to Nature Garden.

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from @kensingtonroyal – 🍃 Today The Duchess of Cambridge welcomed Her Majesty The Queen to her #RHSChelsea Back to Nature Garden.

The Duke and Duchess showed Her Majesty some of the features of @The_RHS Garden, and introduced her to some of the activities that those experiencing the Garden can enjoy, including Reed Boat making ⛵ – #obyorijiblog

from @theroyalfamily – Today, The Queen, accompanied by members of The Royal Family, attended The Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show.
The Queen has attended many Chelsea Flower Shows including this visit in 1952, alongside The Duke of Edinburgh (Picture 2). This year The Duchess of Cambridge has designed a garden on the theme of “Back to Nature”. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge accompanied The Queen on a visit to the garden today.
The Duke of York, Princess Beatrice, The Earl and Countess of Wessex, The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, Prince and Princess Michael of Kent and Princess Alexandra also attended the annual show. – #obyorijiblog – #regrann

from @theroyalfamily – The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share some new photographs of their family as they visited the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) ‘Back to Nature’ Garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show this afternoon. The photographs were taken by @mattporteous.

@the_rhs Back to Nature Garden, designed by The Duchess and award-winning landscape architects Andrée Davies and Adam White of Davies White Landscape Architects, is a woodland setting for families and communities to come together and connect with nature.

Her Royal Highness is a strong advocate for the proven benefits the outdoors has on physical and mental health, and the positive impact that nature and the environment can have on childhood development in particular.

Over the past months, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have helped The Duchess gather moss, leaves and twigs to help decorate the garden. Hazel sticks collected by the family were also used to make the garden’s den.

Tomorrow Her Majesty The Queen, accompanied by other Members of the Royal Family, will attend the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. – #obyorijiblog – #regrann

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Climatechange: Leonardo Dicaprio speaks on the destruction caused by plastic waste.

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Reposted from @leonardodicaprio – #Regram #RG @everydayclimatechange:
This is Elisabetta Zavoli @elizavola taking over the @everydayclimatechange Instagram account this week and sharing my documentary work of the ‘Landfill midwife’ project. .
Some men, from Cikiwul village, catch up fishes in the highly polluted muddy waters that percolate from Bantar Gebang biggest dump zone. Banter Gebang landfill receives the waste of about 15 millions people living in Jakarta. Trash pickers need the litter to make a living and the Indonesian society needs trash pickers to recycle all possible materials that otherwise would be just discarded. .
Indonesia, is ranked the second largest plastic polluter in the world behind only China with reports showing that the country produces 187.2 million tonnes of plastic waste each year of which more than 1 million tons leaks into the ocean.
Recent studies discovered that as plastics decay, they emit traces of methane and ethylene, two powerful greenhouse gases, and the rate of emission increases with time. The emissions occur when plastic materials are exposed to ambient solar radiation, whether in water or in the air, but in air, emission rates are much higher. Results show that plastics represent a heretofore unrecognized source of climate-relevant trace gases that are expected to increase as more plastic is produced and accumulated in the environment. Polyethylene, used in shopping bags, is the most produced and discarded synthetic polymer globally and was found to be the most prolific emitter of methane and ethylene.
It’s estimated that over 8 billion tons of virgin plastic have been produced since 1950, making plastic one of the largest man-made materials on the planet, behind steel and cement. Of that volume, more than half was produced in the last 16 years, amid a global boom in single-use, disposable plastic. Current annual production levels are expected to double in the next 20 years.
#everydayclimatechange #climatechange #globalwarming #climatechangeisreal #environment #waste #plasticwaste #plastics #dumpsite #midwife #health #garbage #trash #plasticpollution #Indonesia #Jakarta #childbirth #children #mothers #pregnantwomen – #obyorijiblog – #regrann

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Man poses with baby shark for a selfie, and gets more than he bargained for.

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from @oceanskeepers 😡🤬 Karma is a dish best served… with VERY sharp teeth!

Although this juvenile Black Tip was eventually released back into the ocean, people need to learn about the deadly effects of taking sharks out of the water.

Because sharks don’t have bones, their skeleton structure is made from cartilage, and when a shark is removed from the buoyancy of water (i.e. taken out of the water and brought onto land), the cartilage isn’t strong enough to stop the weight of the shark’s body collapsing onto its organs and crushing them.

So with each second that passes by while you’re taking photos and having a laugh, the shark you’ve just caught is being crushed to death by gravity. And although it may swim off after being released, the effects of that 5 minutes out of the water could slowly kill it over the next day or two.

Sharks aren’t trophies and they shouldn’t be used for photo opportunities but if you are going to fish for them, please keep them in the shallows and PLEASE speed up their release 😓
@oceanskeepers

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#sharkconservation #saveoursharks #savesharks #shark #sharks #sharklove #sharkselfie #sharkeducation #sharkfacts #sharklover #sharkweek #sharkteeth

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Leonardo Dicaprio takes the #10yearschallenge attention to the melting Ice Berg of the Arctic.

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from @leonardodicaprio – What will the Arctic look like in 10 more years? #ClimateAction becomes more urgent every day. It is my hope that both we, as individuals, and the organizations that represent us treat climate change as the urgent threat that it is.

#Regram #RG @greenpeace:
This is the truth about the #10YearChallenge.
This is the Arctic 100 years ago vs Today.

#10yearschallenge #worldismelting #climatechange #greenpeace #nature #beauty #iceberg #peoplevsoil #environment #photo #photography

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Climate change: No country can fight it alone, Buhari tells UN summit

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President Muhammadu Buhari said on Monday that fighting climate change was not a task any single country could succeed in doing alone.

He noted that to succeed, nations worldwide must collaborate to confront climate change.

Buhari spoke in Katowice, Poland, while addressing the opening session of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, better known as COP24.

He cited rising temperatures, desertification, floods, low agricultural yields and drying up of water bodies as some of the manifestations of climate change.

For instance, the Nigerian President raised the case of the receding Lake Chad, North-East of Nigeria, where he said communities were already paying a huge price like fall in agricultural activities.

A statement by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr Garba Shehu, quoted Buhari as saying, ‘‘Obviously, no country can confront the phenomenon alone. In this regard, Nigeria believes in joint and cooperative efforts to tackle the problem.

‘‘We urge that efforts to address the challenges of climate change be pursued within multilateral frameworks. Concerted efforts should be made to strengthen sub-regional and regional organisations to serve as hubs for Climate Action and partnership.”

On the Lake Chad, Buhari informed the summit that up to 40million lives were at the risk of extinction if it completely dried up. He expressed Nigeria’s commitment to rescue the lake.

The President stated that an international conference held in February this year in Abuja looked into the possibility of channelling water from the Congo Basin into the Lake Chad Basin as part of plans to rescue it.

Buhari, on behalf of the member countries of the Lake Chad Basin Commission, thanked the Italian Government for donating 1.5 million Euros toward the completion of the feasibility studies on the proposed inter-basin water transfer project.

 

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There is an enormous preasure on the ocean — Leonardo Dicaprio

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A word or two from our Climate change warrior Leonardodicaprio is what I always endeavor to collect whenever he tells it like it is. He regran this one from Conservation organisations.

@leonardodicaprio #RG @conservationorg: Worldwide, the ocean is changing rapidly. The forces of climate change, acidification and overfishing are putting enormous pressure on our oceans — and on the human populations who depend on their resources. The challenge of tackling these changes — which, if left unchecked, will affect us all — is as urgent as it is enormous. But every Goliath has its David. For the threats to our oceans, that David just might be Kiribati — a tiny island nation roughly half the size of London — where former President Anote Tong conceived the Pacific Oceanscape, an unprecedented effort among Pacific island nations to collaboratively and sustainably manage nearly 40 million square kilometers of vital ocean. – #regrann

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