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Another very informative post by @yearsofliving discussing climate migration, a topic that isn’t being talked about enough.


“For a growing chunk of the world's population, the climate crisis is not a far-off threat. Extreme weather is forcing families to make the ultimate sacrifice: to uproot their lives and make long and often dangerous treks to wealthier or safer countries in search of stability.


This is a life or death situation for many, and it's happening right now. Our interns @priya_roo and @leesa.ara explain.


For more information, read the source article from NYT Magazine in @yearsofliving#linkinbio👆


📝 Additional sources: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/06/01/climate/us-biggest-carbon-polluter-in-history-will-it-walk-away-from-the-paris-climate-deal.html

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BIG NEWS VIA @cnnclimate BP announced Tuesday that it is planning to slash oil and gas production and pour billions into clean energy, in pursuit of net zero emissions by 2050. The company’s oil and gas production is expected to fall by at least one million barrels a day by 2030, a 40% reduction from 2019 levels. The company is also aiming for $5 billion in annual low carbon investments by 2030, exploring avenues like bioenergy, hydrogen and carbon capture and storage. These promises come after a $16.8-billion loss for the company in the second quarter. ⁠

To learn more about BP’s efforts, tap the link in our bio. (📸: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images)

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Planting trees and restoring ecosystems are important to climate recovery but it’s just not enough. You may see corporations claiming that if you buy their tote bag your saving the earth because they use the profits to plant trees but in reality saving the earth requires a large systemic shift, one of those being a change in consumer behavior (ie not buying the tote bag if you already have one)


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