The most significant story of 2018 wasn’t Donald Trump or Robert Mueller. It was climate change.
Yes, the story of 2018 was climate change. Let’s make the story of 2019 be climate solutions.
Really? "But nothing else measures up to the rising toll and enormous dangers of climate change."
Prediction: the stories of 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022... 2XXX Are all going to be climate change until we stabilize our planet’s energy balance.
The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change #climatebreakdown is the top story of 2018.
A Q from "To anyone who worries about making a case for climate action based on the weather, I would simply ask: Do you have a better idea?" Answer: Yes, yes we do. Tell a story of opportunity, not of apocalypse:
The Story of 2018 Was #ClimateChange "Trump's #Climate agenda consists of making the problem worse. His administration is filled with former corporate lobbyists, & they have been changing policy to make it easier to pollute."
Powerful take on the most overlooked story of 2018: climate change. As we move into a new year, we must address our planet’s rising temperature and make every effort to combat it.
“Future generations may ask why we were distracted by lesser matters.”
Well reasoned column by David Leonhardt, who also makes the case for hope-- but remember Hope is a Verb not a prediction, we have to act. The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change
The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change (and why reporting on extreme weather makes a difference)
“The Story of 2018 Was #Climate Change” via
Remember when "climate change" was being ignored by the media and public? That's changing too...
The weather, says, is best argument for instilling urgency about #ClimateChange as extreme events are hard to ignore
#ClimateChange #ActOnClimate #ClimateCrisis #ClimateEmergency #ExtinctionRebellion #Environment
#ClimateChange was the story of 2018. With devastating impacts of a warmer planet being felt around the world, is awareness finally reaching a level where drastic and decisive action will be taken...?
I'm with on this piece. This idea -- that weather isn't climate, but everyone *experiences* weather, and recognizes changes -- came up repeatedly in my #FindingMiddleGround series. #ClimateChange
The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change "Nothing else measures up to the rising toll and enormous dangers of climate change. Public opinion is changing, and the weather seems to be a factor. The growing number of extreme events are hard to ignore.”
“The Story of 2018 Was #ClimateChange: nothing else measures up to the rising toll and enormous dangers of climate change. I worry that our children and grandchildren will one day ask us, bitterly, why we spent so much time distracted by lesser matters”
This by is worth your time & worry
The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change
This NY Times op-ed suggests that daily weather events be a more prominent or even primary focus in presenting evidence of climate change. Okay, let's do a LOT more of that in 2019 -- sounds like fun. 😇#HappyNewYear2019
As it was in 2017, 2016, 2015... and will be in 2019, 2020, 2021... Until we see a decreasing atmospheric loading of carbon dioxide, #climatechange is THE story.
Excellent take from on climate change in the public consciousness in 2018 (reposting to get the attribution right, with apologies to !)
Great piece by on #climatechange - hope he supports ending its relationship with
The most important story of the year: Climate Change Harnessing technology to combat it -
Climate Change as the Existential Threat For Civilization as We Know it: "Future generations may ask why we were distracted by lesser matters."
The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change Future generations may ask why we were distracted by lesser matters.
The story of 2018 was climate change: The story of climate change was complicated — overwhelmingly bad, yet with reasons for hope. The bad and the good were connected, too: Thanks to the changing weather, more Americans seem to be waking up to the problem
Excellent take from on climate change in the public consciousness
The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change
The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change
The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change: opinion piece by .
The story of climate change in 2018 was complicated — overwhelmingly bad, yet with two reasons for hope. The bad and the good were connected, too: Thanks to the changing weather, more people seem to be waking up to the problem.
Opinion | The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change
You’re presuming there will be future generations of humans who have adapted to hellish conditions on Earth and still have the ability to spend time damning their predecessors.
As it was in 2017, 2016, 2015... and will be in 2019, 2020, 2021... Until we see a decreasing atmospheric loading of carbon dioxide, #climatechage is THE story.
The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change
The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change - and it will be every year until we make #climateaction top priority
The story of the year has been climate change for at least 20 years-Running. But you in the goshdarn media were not paying much attention, were you? Are you now? Really paying attention now? The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change - The New York Times