There is a lot of confusion out there about climate change, and where we should look for solutions. These three graphs can help a lot.
“climate change is not just an energy problem; it’s about 62% an energy problem — food & land use are also crucially important — and so are leaking natural gas pipelines, landfills, cement, and refrigerant gasses” — 
This is really excellent and extremely informative and useful.
.⁦⁩: “Climate change is not just an energy problem; it’s about 62% an energy problem — food & land use are also crucially important — and so are leaking natural gas pipelines, landfills, cement, and refrigerant gasses.”
Overwhelmed by #climatechange? Confused about which climate solutions we should be focusing on? Curious about carbon sinks? 's breakdown is really helpful
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Greenhouse gases that warm our planet include more than CO2, and come from more than just burning fossil fuels. explains how we need to widen our perspective to understand, and address, #climate change.
Climate change explained in a clear, easy way & addressing possible solutions -
#ThursdayMorning Reading: #EnergyTransition: Six major sectors —# electricity, #food & land use, #industry, #transportation, buildings, and other emissions — are causing the problem. The Three Most Important Graphs in Climate Change by
The Three Most Important Graphs in Climate Change by
“Addressing the climate crisis is possible, but it won’t be easy. We will need to transform policy, business practices, capital flows and infrastructure, and personal behaviors on a massive scale“ A great read from
3 pie charts explaining the causes of climate change by Jonathan Foley. Adresses most confusion found in the media. Journalist and concerned citizen should check it for the facts. Scientists as an example of how to explain things.
"I think people have a hard time thinking about polluting the sky ... the sky overhead appears infinite." 'The Three Most Important Graphs in Climate Change' by
The Three Most Important Graphs in Climate Change by
Got #climatechange questions? Read this well-crafted primer from of #DrawdownLearn #ClimateSolutions
The Three Most Important Graphs in Climate Change by
The Three Most Important Graphs in Climate Change by
Are you looking for a good Climate Sherpa? is a damn good one. Some light but very educational reading for your Thursday.
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This piece by makes #ClimateChange easy to understand. You can tackle these solutions with on our agriculture, divestment, & climate campaigns at !
"...climate change is not just an energy problem; it’s about 62% an energy problem — food & land use are also crucially important — and so are leaking natural gas pipelines, landfills, cement, and refrigerant gasses" -
This is an easy article to grasp all of the statistics of #climatechange. Written by climate scientist who worked on . The article focuses on emissions what they are, where they come from and where they go. #TogetherWeCan
makes it clear but keeps it accurate.
These are the three most important Graphs in #climatechange – from
Very informative! The Three Most Important Graphs in Climate Change by
The Three Most Important Graphs in Climate Change by #climatechange
"...we need a portfolio approach to address #climatechange..." says Dr. Jonathan Foley (). His list of recommended mitigation and #carbon removal strategies (emphasis on natural) is toward the bottom of the article
This good piece from could also be titled "why good data viz is critical to climate science" "By their very nature, greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide, methane, water vapor, nitrous oxide, et cetera, are invisible to our eyes."
The Three Most Important Graphs in Climate Change “6 major sectors — electricity, food & land use, industry, transportation, buildings, and other emissions — are causing the problem” By Jonathan Foley (; Executive Director of Project Drawdown)
Excellent overview of Greenhouse gas sources and sinks - for both policy, and thinking about one's personal impact.