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  • icaremvt - I Care Movement @icaremvt 4 hours ago
  • We tried #FaceApp with our planet and this is what we got 🥵

We have to end this madness!

So what can you do right now?

Here are a few things :

Reduce your own carbon footprint by wasting less, eating less red meat and switching to renewable energy where possible. 
Talk to your friends, collegues and family about climate change. 
Tag someone and use climate change messages in your feed. 
Like and comment on climate change messages to increase their reach. 
Join a local group like #schoolstrike #extinctionrebellion #stopadani #fridaysforfuture #parentsforfuture

And most importantly,

#votefortheclimate!

Do you care about the planet? 🌏

Tag someone who should see this! 🔊

Help us grow the community by following 👉 #icaremovement and 👉 @icaremvt. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
🌏 The biggest threat to the planet is the fact that most people (voters) don't realise yet how urgent the climate emergency has become.
We have started a Patreon page to raise funds to help us to reach as many of these people as possible.
If you can, please support our cause: patreon.com/icaremovement.🌏
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Posted @withrepost • @greenpeace_canada We tried #faceapp with our planet and this is what we got 🥵 We have to end this madness! So what can you do right now? Here are a few things : Reduce your own carbon footprint by wasting less, eating less red meat and switching to renewable energy where possible. Talk to your friends, collegues and family about climate change. Tag someone and use climate change messages in your feed. Like and comment on climate change messages to increase their reach. Join a local group like #schoolstrike #extinctionrebellion #stopadani #fridaysforfuture #parentsforfuture And most importantly, #votefortheclimate! Do you care about the planet? 🌏 Tag someone who should see this! 🔊 Help us grow the community by following 👉 #icaremovement and 👉 @icaremvt. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 🌏 The biggest threat to the planet is the fact that most people (voters) don't realise yet how urgent the climate emergency has become. We have started a Patreon page to raise funds to help us to reach as many of these people as possible. If you can, please support our cause: patreon.com/icaremovement.🌏 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- . Posted @withrepost@greenpeace_canada
  • We tried #faceapp with our planet and this is what we got 🥵 We have to end this madness! So what can you do right now? Here are a few things : Reduce your own carbon footprint by wasting less, eating less red meat and switching to renewable energy where possible. Talk to your friends, collegues and family about climate change. Tag someone and use climate change messages in your feed. Like and comment on climate change messages to increase their reach. Join a local group like #schoolstrike #extinctionrebellion #stopadani #fridaysforfuture #parentsforfuture And most importantly, #votefortheclimate! Do you care about the planet? 🌏 Tag someone who should see this! 🔊 Help us grow the community by following 👉 #icaremovement and 👉 @icaremvt. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 🌏 The biggest threat to the planet is the fact that most people (voters) don't realise yet how urgent the climate emergency has become. We have started a Patreon page to raise funds to help us to reach as many of these people as possible. If you can, please support our cause: patreon.com/icaremovement.🌏 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- . Posted @withrepost@greenpeace_canada
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  • fame_species - F.A.M.E. @fame_species 6 hours ago
  • #THREATENEDTHURSDAY
SPECIES: Dasymalla axillaris — Native Foxglove
CLASSIFICATION: Critically endangered

Have you met Native Foxglove? Endemic to WA and now down to about 120 plants across 8 populations left in the wild, Native Foxglove is listed as critically endangered on the EPBC list. It's flowers are reddy/pinky/purply in colour and egg-shaped. Being native and hardy, it likes to grow in sandy soil locations. 
Land clearing, infrastructure maintenance (road widening/grading) & invasive weeks have lead to habitat loss for Native Foxglove. What is now needed, is to raise awareness of the severity facing Native Foxglove within local communities and engage land managers by providing support and encouraging conservation actions to help save the species. Can you help?

Photo credit: Leif Stridvall via Anita Stridvall - Leif & Anita Stridvall, Welcome to our Botanical Site - Our plant galleries, Flowers: Australian flowers, Chloanthaceae, Album Pityrodia [1], CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=46631429

#nativefoxglove #dasymallaaxillaris #australia #aussie #aussiewildlife #wildlife #westernaustralia #habitatloss #native #nature #conservation #fame #famespecies #endangered #endangeredspecies #extinction #threatenedthursday SPECIES: Dasymalla axillaris — Native Foxglove CLASSIFICATION: Critically endangered Have you met Native Foxglove? Endemic to WA and now down to about 120 plants across 8 populations left in the wild, Native Foxglove is listed as critically endangered on the EPBC list. It's flowers are reddy/pinky/purply in colour and egg-shaped. Being native and hardy, it likes to grow in sandy soil locations. Land clearing, infrastructure maintenance (road widening/grading) & invasive weeks have lead to habitat loss for Native Foxglove. What is now needed, is to raise awareness of the severity facing Native Foxglove within local communities and engage land managers by providing support and encouraging conservation actions to help save the species. Can you help? Photo credit: Leif Stridvall via Anita Stridvall - Leif & Anita Stridvall, Welcome to our Botanical Site - Our plant galleries, Flowers: Australian flowers, Chloanthaceae, Album Pityrodia [1], CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=46631429 #nativefoxglove #dasymallaaxillaris #australia #aussie #aussiewildlife #wildlife #westernaustralia #habitatloss #native #nature #conservation #fame #famespecies #endangered #endangeredspecies #extinction
  • #threatenedthursday SPECIES: Dasymalla axillaris — Native Foxglove CLASSIFICATION: Critically endangered Have you met Native Foxglove? Endemic to WA and now down to about 120 plants across 8 populations left in the wild, Native Foxglove is listed as critically endangered on the EPBC list. It's flowers are reddy/pinky/purply in colour and egg-shaped. Being native and hardy, it likes to grow in sandy soil locations. Land clearing, infrastructure maintenance (road widening/grading) & invasive weeks have lead to habitat loss for Native Foxglove. What is now needed, is to raise awareness of the severity facing Native Foxglove within local communities and engage land managers by providing support and encouraging conservation actions to help save the species. Can you help? Photo credit: Leif Stridvall via Anita Stridvall - Leif & Anita Stridvall, Welcome to our Botanical Site - Our plant galleries, Flowers: Australian flowers, Chloanthaceae, Album Pityrodia [1], CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=46631429 #nativefoxglove #dasymallaaxillaris #australia #aussie #aussiewildlife #wildlife #westernaustralia #habitatloss #native #nature #conservation #fame #famespecies #endangered #endangeredspecies #extinction
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  • black.unity.over.disagreement - .. .. @black.unity.over.disagreement 9 hours ago
  • From @wildlifeplanet "OCEANS WITHOUT #FISH BY 2050. 
We have been warned #wakeupworld
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The World Wildlife Fund (#WWF) stated “More than 30 percent of the world’s fisheries have been pushed beyond their biological limits and are in need of strict management plans to restore them. Several important commercial fish populations (such as Atlantic bluefin #tuna) have declined to the point where their survival as a species is threatened.”
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If humans keep fishing at the current pace, there will be no more fish left in the oceans by 2048. A 2006 study by Boris Worm, PhD, of Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, — with colleagues in the U.K., U.S., Sweden, and Panama says that if humans keep fishing at the current pace, there will be no more fish left in the oceans by 2048. “I was shocked and disturbed by how consistent these trends are — beyond anything we suspected,” Worm said in a news release.
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“This isn’t predicted to happen. This is happening now,” study researcher #NicolaBeaumont, PhD, of the #PlymouthMarineLaboratory, U.K., said in a news release.
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#StephenPalumbi and #Stanford colleague #FiorenzaMicheli, assistant professor of biological sciences at Hopkins, are two of 14 co-authors of the 2006 Science study, the first major analysis of all existing datasets—historical, experimental, fisheries and observational—on ocean species and ecosystems. Based on current global trends, the authors predicted that every species of wild-caught seafood—from tuna to #sardines—will collapse by the year 2050. “Collapse” was defined as a 90 percent depletion.
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The existing world fishing fleet is two to three times larger than the oceans can support and 85 percent of the world’s fish populations are either nearly extinct, on the way to #extinction or brought to an unsustainable population size.
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Video/Caption via @shesscarlett " #oceanforever #ocean #diving #water #snorkelling #sea #underwater #reef #wonderfull #jonesocean #underwaterphotography #underwaterpics #underwaterlife #underwaterworld #scubadiving #octopus From @wildlifeplanet "OCEANS WITHOUT #fish BY 2050.  We have been warned #wakeupworld • The World Wildlife Fund (#wwf) stated “More than 30 percent of the world’s fisheries have been pushed beyond their biological limits and are in need of strict management plans to restore them. Several important commercial fish populations (such as Atlantic bluefin #tuna) have declined to the point where their survival as a species is threatened.” • If humans keep fishing at the current pace, there will be no more fish left in the oceans by 2048. A 2006 study by Boris Worm, PhD, of Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, — with colleagues in the U.K., U.S., Sweden, and Panama says that if humans keep fishing at the current pace, there will be no more fish left in the oceans by 2048. “I was shocked and disturbed by how consistent these trends are — beyond anything we suspected,” Worm said in a news release. • “This isn’t predicted to happen. This is happening now,” study researcher #nicolabeaumont, PhD, of the #plymouthmarinelaboratory, U.K., said in a news release. • #stephenpalumbi and #stanford colleague #fiorenzamicheli, assistant professor of biological sciences at Hopkins, are two of 14 co-authors of the 2006 Science study, the first major analysis of all existing datasets—historical, experimental, fisheries and observational—on ocean species and ecosystems. Based on current global trends, the authors predicted that every species of wild-caught seafood—from tuna to #sardines—will collapse by the year 2050. “Collapse” was defined as a 90 percent depletion. • The existing world fishing fleet is two to three times larger than the oceans can support and 85 percent of the world’s fish populations are either nearly extinct, on the way to #extinction or brought to an unsustainable population size. _ Video/Caption via @shesscarlett " #oceanforever #ocean #diving #water #snorkelling #sea #underwater #reef #wonderfull #jonesocean #underwaterphotography #underwaterpics #underwaterlife #underwaterworld #scubadiving #octopus
  • From @wildlifeplanet "OCEANS WITHOUT #fish BY 2050.  We have been warned #wakeupworld • The World Wildlife Fund (#wwf) stated “More than 30 percent of the world’s fisheries have been pushed beyond their biological limits and are in need of strict management plans to restore them. Several important commercial fish populations (such as Atlantic bluefin #tuna) have declined to the point where their survival as a species is threatened.” • If humans keep fishing at the current pace, there will be no more fish left in the oceans by 2048. A 2006 study by Boris Worm, PhD, of Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, — with colleagues in the U.K., U.S., Sweden, and Panama says that if humans keep fishing at the current pace, there will be no more fish left in the oceans by 2048. “I was shocked and disturbed by how consistent these trends are — beyond anything we suspected,” Worm said in a news release. • “This isn’t predicted to happen. This is happening now,” study researcher #nicolabeaumont, PhD, of the #plymouthmarinelaboratory, U.K., said in a news release. • #stephenpalumbi and #stanford colleague #fiorenzamicheli, assistant professor of biological sciences at Hopkins, are two of 14 co-authors of the 2006 Science study, the first major analysis of all existing datasets—historical, experimental, fisheries and observational—on ocean species and ecosystems. Based on current global trends, the authors predicted that every species of wild-caught seafood—from tuna to #sardines—will collapse by the year 2050. “Collapse” was defined as a 90 percent depletion. • The existing world fishing fleet is two to three times larger than the oceans can support and 85 percent of the world’s fish populations are either nearly extinct, on the way to #extinction or brought to an unsustainable population size. _ Video/Caption via @shesscarlett " #oceanforever #ocean #diving #water #snorkelling #sea #underwater #reef #wonderfull #jonesocean #underwaterphotography #underwaterpics #underwaterlife #underwaterworld #scubadiving #octopus
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  • vegan.remi - VeganRemi Ⓥ @vegan.remi 11 hours ago
  • Posted @withrepost • @heatheratouguia Posted @withrepost • @treesnpeace A new EU-study declares climate change as the most important policy issue to address!
The study states a temp. rise of 1.5°C to preindustrial levels as the maximum that the planet can sustain. We are currently at 1°C and with current trends we will surpass the 2°C mark (aiming towards 4°C) which will result in our species extinction.
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The study makes me hopeful as it shows: science is accepted, the urgency understood, and governments’ actions far overdue. There are two scenarios: to act or not to act (swipe to read them).
Either we ACT NOW, or wait for our extinction.
To act or not to act - the question of life. The easiest and most impactful way to do your part is to go vegan. It is delicious, healthy and cruelty-free. What will you do? Posted @withrepost@heatheratouguia Posted @withrepost@treesnpeace A new EU-study declares climate change as the most important policy issue to address! The study states a temp. rise of 1.5°C to preindustrial levels as the maximum that the planet can sustain. We are currently at 1°C and with current trends we will surpass the 2°C mark (aiming towards 4°C) which will result in our species extinction. . The study makes me hopeful as it shows: science is accepted, the urgency understood, and governments’ actions far overdue. There are two scenarios: to act or not to act (swipe to read them). Either we ACT NOW, or wait for our extinction. To act or not to act - the question of life. The easiest and most impactful way to do your part is to go vegan. It is delicious, healthy and cruelty-free. What will you do?
  • Posted @withrepost@heatheratouguia Posted @withrepost@treesnpeace A new EU-study declares climate change as the most important policy issue to address! The study states a temp. rise of 1.5°C to preindustrial levels as the maximum that the planet can sustain. We are currently at 1°C and with current trends we will surpass the 2°C mark (aiming towards 4°C) which will result in our species extinction. . The study makes me hopeful as it shows: science is accepted, the urgency understood, and governments’ actions far overdue. There are two scenarios: to act or not to act (swipe to read them). Either we ACT NOW, or wait for our extinction. To act or not to act - the question of life. The easiest and most impactful way to do your part is to go vegan. It is delicious, healthy and cruelty-free. What will you do?
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