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2020 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming News Roundup #16

Posted on 18 April 2020 by John Hartz

A chronological listing of news articles linked to on the Skeptical Science Facebook Page during the past week: Sun, Apr 12 through Sat, Apr 18, 2020

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World’s Largest Online Climate Conference Announced to Mark 50th Anniversary of World’s First Earth Day

Earth from Space

Over 100 speakers from five continents will participate in Earth Day Week. The world’s largest online climate conference ever held. Tune in Daily from 20 to 25 April: Leading Voices from Sachs to Robins and Figueres to Thiaw. Partners behind the conference have a total social media reach of over 85 million followers and include key representatives of business; the United Nations; governments; academia and scientific think-tanks; entrepreneurs; social media platforms; artists; campaigners and civil society.

Stockholm/Washington DC, 14 April 2020–Today marks the six-day countdown to what is shaping up to the be the biggest climate conference of 2020. In just six days around 100 of the world’s key experts ‘meet’ to fast forward the creative solutions needed to build a better future and avert the biggest crisis facing humanity.

The event, organized by the social network We Don’t Have Time in collaboration with lead partners Exponential Roadmap and Earth Day Network, will be live streamed as part of the 50 anniversary events marking Earth Day 2020.

Other partners and guests include key representatives of business; the United Nations; the UK government; academia and scientific think-tanks; entrepreneurs; social media platform Twitter; artists; campaigners and civil society.

Worlds largest online climate conference announced to mark the 50th anniversary of world’s first Earth Day, Press Release, Earth Day, Apr 14, 2020

Click here to access the entire press release.

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