@nytimes
The New York Times
5 days ago
Businesses and countries have increasingly looked to nature as a way to offset their emissions. And while planting new trees can help, the science is clear: Nature can’t store enough carbon to let us keep on spewing greenhouse gases at our current rates. https://t.co/o78rXMlCcU
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@nyttypos
Typos of the New York Times
5 days ago
@nytimes I think I checked this earlier and determined it was typo-free, @catrineinhorn.
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@ibekeggy2
SqiGGLyPoP
5 days ago
@nytimes Have you met humanity? There is no hope for mankind. Might as well kick back and enjoy the show.
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@hjjorr
乾天門生
5 days ago
@nytimes The rule of the earth is no planting no harvest
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@guiltygearedboy
GGboy
5 days ago
@nytimes It should be done far soon thannow
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@imtaiz_qaiser
Qaiser Imtaiz Abbasi
5 days ago
@nytimes Imran Khan has done a tremendous job on climate change in the last six years. After 10 million trees, work has now begun on a billion tree project. Other countries should also take climate change seriously. Otherwise, big problems for the world could arise in the future https://t.co/EWfHI9mx0o
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@ladman89832161
ladman
5 days ago
@nytimes Cars. Need to reduce passenger vehicle usage. Add density, public housing, build transit around it, jobs. It's also about equity. This is one of the main things we can/need to do asap
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@0311OpEssexman
Larry
5 days ago
@nytimes Looking at the bright side GW will delay, although not eliminate the next ice age. 2 mile thick ice sheets scraping everything down to St. Louis, MO down to bedrock. No Northern Europe, no Canada, no New England, NY & rest of America will be no walk in the park either. https://t.co/VeH4p1cbnq
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@PresidentSunday
President Sunday
5 days ago
@nytimes Judging from the photograph, it's missing a blood oath to Dagon.
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