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BREAKING NEWS: For 50 years #TotalKnew and LIED about its impact on the climate crisis! NOT A MINUTE MORE, now is the time to say STOP to Total and its financers. SIGN UP → http://TotalKnew.com ✍️ @NotreAffaire

EXCLUSIVE: Fertilizer Lobby ‘Trying to Scare Farmers’ to Head Off Reductions in Climate Super-Pollutant
https://www.theenergymix.com/2021/10/19/exclusive-fertilizer-lobby-trying-to-scare-farmers-to-head-off-reductions-in-climate-super-pollutant/ #agriculture #ClimateCrisis #ClimateActionNow

7️⃣ of the 16 countries in Africa with the most projected new oil & gas production are brand new entrants. The costs of building infrastructure & regulations from scratch while the industry struggles means these plans are EXTRA risky. READ MORE ➡️ https://priceofoil.org/the-skys-limit-africa

BREAKING: Formal letter demanding 36 investors & banks #divest and stop financing #CoastalGasLink and #LNGCanada, which violates #Wet’suwet’en Sovereignty & investor commitments to social responsibility + racial justice #DivestCGL #WetsuwetenStrong #AllOutForWedzinKwa

It can’t be shouted loud enough that rich countries need to do their fair share to phase out fossil fuels. But a NEW REPORT out today shows there is now little to gain and everything to lose from building new fossil fuel extraction projects in Africa ➡️ https://priceofoil.org/the-skys-limit-africa

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