The Ocean Is A Climate Casualty and Key Solution
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6M ago
The ocean naturally traps excess heat and carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. With climate change imperiling the marine system, UN climate policy needs to incorporate ocean-related solutions ..read more
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How Companies and NGOs Can Help Us Reach Our Climate Goals
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8M ago
If governments are not doing enough in the global stocktake, is it possible for other actors to step up?  ..read more
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Restoring Earth through Science and Songs
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9M ago
Dana Kahn 23C, 25G, finds creative inspiration for many of her songs through hearing different stories from climate leaders. Last March, she traveled to New York for the Ceres Global Conference, a three-day business forum of business people, politicians, and social leaders promoting a collective and sustainable course for the economy ..read more
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Bridging Climate Justice & Corporate Change
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9M ago
Breaking the barriers of economic invisibility faced by frontline and Indigenous communities is essential for a just economic transition ..read more
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Corals VS. Climate Change
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1y ago
Emory student activists are stepping up to hold the university accountable on climate change. However, this global catastrophe is too complex and deeply rooted for students to make gains on our own. We need buy-in and collaboration from Emory’s decision-makers ..read more
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Don’t Table Food Waste in Climate Conversations!
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1y ago
After dinner, it’s easy to scrape your last few bites into the trash can without a second thought. Although those scraps may seem insignificant, your food waste, plus the food wasted at the pre-consumer stages of the food supply chain, add up: each year, about one-third of the global food production is ..read more
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President Fenves, We’re Still Waiting on Climate Action.
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1y ago
Emory student activists are stepping up to hold the university accountable on climate change. However, this global catastrophe is too complex and deeply rooted for students to make gains on our own. We need buy-in and collaboration from Emory’s decision-makers ..read more
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