We looked inside some of the tweets by @JustinWorland and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
"China is willing to contribute more [on climate change] and we are now considering and studying a mid-century long-term vision for climate change, including such issues as the peaking of CO2 emissions and carbon neutrality" – spokesman https://t.co/I2hbPge70r
The "but what about China" has rung a little hollow for years but could soon be even more flimsy... https://t.co/Q1mTfw39SL
The question isn't whether climate change is happening. It's whether you have any solutions that aren't crazy. And you screaming that it's happening over and over isn't a solution. It's just posturing nonsense meant to agitate idiots in your base.
The shortest measurable unit of time is not the nanosecond; it’s the unit of time between “it’s bogus” and it’s hopeless.” https://t.co/Dqu8UHJb4f
This is all happening so much faster than I expected. https://t.co/hV928BUdNH
"Climate change’s role in shaping politics and geopolitics today may be subtle, but in the future, its influence is certain to be more pronounced—and concerning," writes @JustinWorland https://t.co/dRng14nAkX
Warmer temperatures and extreme weather make us more irritable, more prone to violence, skeptical of outsiders, etc. Are those effects already subtly shaping our politics as we face record temperatures and crazy climate-related disasters? https://t.co/5eWQkM7Iwm
Speaking from Wilmington, Del. on the subject of climate change and the western wildfires, @joebiden says the country is facing four historic crises at the same time: The Pandemic, an economic crisis, a reckoning on race and "undeniable acceleration" of climate change.
MONDAY: @JoeBiden will deliver remarks on the ongoing wildfires in the west. He will discuss how extreme weather events are both caused by & underscore the urgent need to tackle the climate crisis, & why we need to create good-paying, union jobs to build a more resilient future.
Striking contrast: @jaketapper asks @ericgarcetti about climate change, who replies “This is climate change. Ask any firefighter if climate change is real.” Then he asks Peter Navarro, who replies “I came here to talk about a lot of things; climate change is last on my list”.
Wonder whether Peter Navarro will want to talk about climate change when a border carbon tariff from the EU and others hits American goods https://t.co/kPUxSZSbK5
I spent the last year working on this story about Rosewood: the massacre that ran black folks out of town in 1923, the reparations case that brought survivors cash payments in 1994, and present implications of trying to pay off an economic and moral debt https://t.co/gYz7LbnHyW
Americans want climate change news. Media should give it to them https://t.co/3ZiJkJYw67
Only 80 out of 197 signatories of the Paris Agreement are expected to meet the 2020 deadline for updating their climate plans. It's convenient to blame the pandemic, but they're also waiting to see which way the US swings https://t.co/vtc0wLErA9