90% of the world population have never flown. ✈️ Aviation’s climate impact is produced by a few wealthy frequent flyers


🚛💨 "A disproportionate amount of NOx emissions from heavy-duty vehicles is emitted during the low-speed operation characteristic of urban driving".


Call to participate in the Social Summit for Climate in Madrid
Beyond : People for Climate


Last weekend I upgraded my website from Academic v3.3 to the newest version (v4.6), which includes lots of new features. It was nothing but fun :)

Learn about the Academic theme:

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😷 Cinco países latinoamericanos aparecen entre los 50 con peores índices en contaminación del aire en el mundo según el Reporte Mundial de #CalidadDelAire


😷 🧠 “Toxic air has been linked to other effects on the brain, including huge reductions in intelligence, dementia and mental health problems in both adults and children.”


🌋 Large volcanic eruptions produced exceptionally dry conditions in North America, Europe and Asia in the last millennium.

📄 link.springer.com/article/10.1

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"Nothing is really fully correct in this world. However, if you’re very transparent about it, you can always communicate efficiently in the face of criticism. You have nothing to hide; everything is there." nature.com/articles/d41586-019

Expertos de todo el mundo advierten sobre un "sufrimiento humano sin igual" si no se actúa con cambios radicales para reducir las emisiones de dióxido de carbono y otros factores nocivos.


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The #Oceans are in #Peril—and the #IPCC Report Confirms It

The results are not looking good. In line with previous estimates, the new report drives home what scientists and policymakers already knew: The world’s oceans are in dire shape, and the actions taken in the coming years will have an outsized impact on the consequences of global #ClimateChange for centuries to come.



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Interview to @S0ziologik (Felix Sühlmann-Faul)

"It is of course true that consumers can "steer" companies to behave more sustainably. But the significantly greater effect is achieved by political measures. Because these set a framework that also guides people and companies to sustainable action, not just sustainable thinking".

“...since 2015, Fiat Chrysler, Ford, Daimler, BMW, Toyota and General Motors have been among the strongest opponents of regulations to help countries meet the 1.5C warming limit in the Paris agreement.”


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The world would be a much healthier (and friendlier) place if we got really good at remote collaboration. We don't _have_ to travel internationally to work together.

Answer the survey and RT if you agree.


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