We looked inside some of the tweets by @Revkin and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Given that we know, to a certainty, that we must stabilize temps to give the species a future at all -- that reaching net-zero is a when, not an if -- what is the conceivable argument for delay? We gotta do it. The sooner we do it, the less we'll suffer. So ... wtf?
Even crazier is the colliding cargoes - a wind turbine and coal!! [T]he dry bulk cargo ship Alanis, which was carrying windmill parts to Duluth, Minnesota, collided during a passing maneuver with the Florence Spirit, which was carrying coal on its way to Quebec. https://t.co/SDqhfyW8Cy
@RodSchoonover @WaywardChad @capitalweather @earthinstitute @jeffschlegel @JudithMatloff @ODNI_NIC We weren't prepared for the #covid19 pandemic. What else is on humanity's UNpreparedness list? Find out Weds. 7/15, 1 pm ET from @jeffschlegel of @columbia_ncdp, @JudithMatloff of @columbiajourn, @RodSchoonover (ex @ODNI_NIC) https://t.co/u8VJadfY3u https://t.co/AlDMNoEM2N
Want to get beyond "blah blah blah bang"? Prepare for this great disaster-risk-solutions discussion. Paste link in your calendar now. https://t.co/6UgwtMIu27
2/ Still lots of interest in the end of the “California Miracle.” I wrote this piece in today's @TheAtlantic https://t.co/Y3DtpXye4X on how California went astray. My key point: California let its guard down, in spite of good governance. Complacency may be our biggest threat.
Impatience and carelessness are now kicking back. Family and friends in LA-area film industry are seeing initial signs of ramp-up suddenly shifting to clampdown mode again. https://t.co/54LBzgyXqP
How a small Texas city went from almost no #covid19 cases to a devastating surge in a few weeks. A simple recipe appears to be the reason: combine tourists, open bars, parties, no masks, no social distancing. https://t.co/hsvdjQA60n
Basically a portrait of a community deadset on spreading the infection. https://t.co/KlnOO8WlLH
Restaurants: outdoors. Churches: outdoors. Most activities: safer outdoors. Schools? Pen em all up in poorly ventilated classrooms in masks. Transitioning to outdoor education might be the only way we can do this safely. #COVID19 #education #reopening https://t.co/bPbblimtOh
Yes to this! There are great models for outdoor education from kindergarten up. As with all steps now, complexities. But Great opportunities to sustain the vital intimacy and physicality of experience. https://t.co/fnwns3H76t
@dahawk7843 @noeldarlow @KenCaldeira @cult_cognition There's a mini chapter on @cult_cognition's work on how cultural bonds trump attachment to reality in my book (with @LisaMechaley) on humanity's continuing weather & climate learning journey: https://t.co/1jJgLWneBS https://t.co/fzOjuwlSiI