Twitter Digest – September
28th October 2015

As the nights are beginning to draw in, its time to look back over the last months stimulating tweets and retweets from us @Carbon_Literacy in another Twitter Digest. A special highlight in September was our first group of Carbon Literate students from Manchester Metropolitan University!

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The Carbon Literacy Project Team


Inspirational Tweet of the Month:

 @Carbon_Literacy Sep 8
a great new ‘first’ for Carbon Literacy – the 1st university students anywhere to become CL as part of their course ‪ …

The Good News:

 @NewClimateEcon Sep 8
Low ‪#carbon actions in ‪#cities are a $17 trillion opportunity worldwide ‪  ‪#NCEcities

 @Carbon_Literacy Sep 19
Apple to invest €1.7bn in green European data centres ‪ …

 @Carbon_Literacy Sep 25
Great news w ‪@Siemens going net zero carbon by 2030. ‪–net-zero–industrial-giant … Big in Manchester. Could behaviour change help? ‪@SiemensUKNews

 @Carbon_Literacy Sep 30                     
A clear call for Carbon Literate investors, now, from ‪@bankofengland Mark Carney. Vital interview from ‪@bbckamal ‪ …

The Not So Good News:

 @Carbon_Literacy Sep 5
What would happen if we stopped emitting ‪#greenhousegases today? Not what you would think… ‪@IFLScience ‪ 

 @Carbon_Literacy Sep 7             
Ancient viruses, bacteria and plants have been frozen for millennia & now they are waking up… ‪#climatechange ‪ 

 @Carbon_Literacy Sep 8                       
If all of the world’s known coal, oil and gas were burned, here’s how ‪#hot we can expect it to get. ‪@nytimes ‪ 

 @Carbon_Literacy Sep 14
Threat to human health from ‪#climatechange could undermine the past 50 years of medical progress. ‪@TheLancet ‪ 

 @Carbon_Literacy Sep 16     
Can we afford to tackle ‪#climatechange? Video on the finance of keeping fossil fuels in the ground ‪#Keepitintheground ‪