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ICYMI this week saw the first ever report estimating the carbon footprint of militaries and the defence sector in the EU published, which we developed for @Left_EU with @ResponsibleSci. This blog reviews its findings, & what the sector must do next #COP26

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The EU military sector’s carbon footprint | CEOBS

In a new report, CEOBS and SGR reveal for the first time the level of carbon emissions from the largest EU m...

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“The more we wait, the chances of a major leak are increasing." Still no sign of the security guarantees the UN needs from the Houthis to procure vessels and deploy contractors for a technical assessment of the SAFER oil tanker off #Yemen.

“The reason why these issues matter to us is because we see how dramatic the impacts of climate risks and environmental degradation are on communities enduring conflict.” @PMaurerICRC on why @ICRC is accelerating environmental protection https://buff.ly/3dQxLkK #PERAC #IHL

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.@FaunaFloraInt on work with the community to protect a newly declared nature reserve in #SouthSudan, under pressure from illegal resource extraction and other unsustainable subsistence activities driven by extreme poverty and food insecurity. https://phys.org/news/2021-02-area-relieves-pressure-primates-pangolins.html

Spot of climate dissonance today. This morning @ResponsibleSci told our report launch that France, the largest military CO2 emitter in the EU doesn't report its emissions. This afternoon, Macron in the #UNSC loudly promoting #ClimateSecurity.

Time to move beyond rhetoric.

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ICYMI this week saw the first ever report estimating the carbon footprint of militaries and the defence sector in the EU published, which we developed for @Left_EU with @ResponsibleSci. This blog reviews its findings, & what the sector must do next #COP26

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The EU military sector’s carbon footprint | CEOBS

In a new report, CEOBS and SGR reveal for the first time the level of carbon emissions from the largest EU m...

ceobs.org

“The more we wait, the chances of a major leak are increasing." Still no sign of the security guarantees the UN needs from the Houthis to procure vessels and deploy contractors for a technical assessment of the SAFER oil tanker off #Yemen.

“The reason why these issues matter to us is because we see how dramatic the impacts of climate risks and environmental degradation are on communities enduring conflict.” @PMaurerICRC on why @ICRC is accelerating environmental protection https://buff.ly/3dQxLkK #PERAC #IHL

Image for the Tweet beginning: “The reason why these issues

.@FaunaFloraInt on work with the community to protect a newly declared nature reserve in #SouthSudan, under pressure from illegal resource extraction and other unsustainable subsistence activities driven by extreme poverty and food insecurity. https://phys.org/news/2021-02-area-relieves-pressure-primates-pangolins.html

Spot of climate dissonance today. This morning @ResponsibleSci told our report launch that France, the largest military CO2 emitter in the EU doesn't report its emissions. This afternoon, Macron in the #UNSC loudly promoting #ClimateSecurity.

Time to move beyond rhetoric.

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