One-third (yes, you read that right) of global human greenhouse gas emissions are caused by the food we eat.

How do the greenhouse gas footprints of different diets compare?
Recent research: sciencenews.org/article/food-e
Data source: sciencedirect.com/science/arti

RT @ScienceNews@twitter.com

The food we eat is responsible for an astounding one-third of global greenhouse gas emissions caused by human activities. sciencenews.org/article/food-e

🐦🔗: twitter.com/ScienceNews/status

RT @markabelan@twitter.com

After a successful weekend with Biomass again, I figured I'd share a bit about its inception 🧵⬇️

HOW I MADE THIS: Visualizing the Biomass of Life

🐦🔗: twitter.com/markabelan/status/

RT @IIID_infodesign@twitter.com

The Information Design Summer School has a reputation as the best place to get a fast introduction to the concepts, principles and challenges of information design. It's back online for 2022, on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 14:00GMT. Sign up now: lnkd.in/e4JhwZ4

🐦🔗: twitter.com/IIID_infodesign/st

Researchers learning about carbon in the Amazon rainforest as part of the climate science puzzle: graphics.reuters.com/CLIMATE-C
With great visuals by the award-winning Marco Hernandez @TmarcoH@twitter.com: snd.org/marco-hernandez-named-

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RT @jakespring@twitter.com

ICYMI check out my story on how scientists measure carbon in the Amazon rainforest, a vital piece of the climate science puzzle. There is no substitute for leaving forests untouched: A hectare of forest has an avg 176 tonnes of carbon, soy farms only 2 graphics.reuters.com/CLIMATE-C

🐦🔗: twitter.com/jakespring/status/

RT @ZLabe@twitter.com

Watch what happens in the ... 🌡️

Temperature anomalies by latitude band for each year from 1880 to 2021. Visualization by @NASAHyperwall@twitter.com at svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/4978

🐦🔗: twitter.com/ZLabe/status/15046

RT @jackvanwijk@twitter.com

@YuriEngelhardt@twitter.com Yesterday I pointed a team of students to exactly that section… thanks for your efforts and highly useful results!

🐦🔗: twitter.com/jackvanwijk/status

Climate Change Psychology Day at the United Nations, 21 April:
Discussing the latest psychological research on Climate Change, and evidence-based strategies for dealing with the challenges we face.
What can psychology contribute to climate action?
Free registration via link below

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RT @VeraAraujoSoare@twitter.com

Psych Day at UN 21st of April 2022. This will be the first year with Speakers from 5 continents presenting on what psychology can contribute to climate action. Free registration here: us02web.zoom.us/webinar/regist hope to see you there @Ehps4G@twitter.com @EHPSociety@twitter.com @ann_desmet@twitter.com is presenting. twitter.com/unpsychologyday/st

🐦🔗: twitter.com/VeraAraujoSoare/st

RT @VeraAraujoSoare@twitter.com

S4F Twente meet once a month to better understand current challenges associated with the climate crisis and to plan knowledge translation. This month we had the knowledgeable @mkvaalst@twitter.com introducing us the the latest IPCC climatecentre.org/ipcc See below. twitter.com/s4ftwente/status/1

🐦🔗: twitter.com/VeraAraujoSoare/st

Are you concerned about the #ClimateCrisis but not sure what you can do about it? Or are you involved in other groups but curious about #Scientists4Future?

👋Then join our (online) Meet & Greet
📅Wednesday, 30 March, 20:00

Send us a message for the link!

RT @YuriEngelhardt@twitter.com

Thank you for your very kind words. A ‘foundational’ text that has guided my own thinking about infovis is ‘Diagrammatics’ (1984) by Clive Richards – the complete pdf is freely available at diagrammatics.com.

I am thrilled to now work with @ProfClive@twitter.com on this upcoming book. twitter.com/thoughtafox/status

🐦🔗: twitter.com/YuriEngelhardt/sta

Climate Comics
climatecentre.org/ipcc/

RT @RCClimate@twitter.com

Check out -based insights into today's , now on our website at climatecentre.org/ipcc; also @ifrc@twitter.com press release and 2nd @RCClimate@twitter.com news story with analysis & comments from @jagan_chapagain@twitter.com & @mkvaalst@twitter.com on our home page...

🐦🔗: twitter.com/RCClimate/status/1

Climate visualization work by @ed_hawkins@twitter.com and @marksubbarao@twitter.com @NASAViz@twitter.com
svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/4975

RT @ed_hawkins@twitter.com

The climate spiral, showing changes in global temperature since 1880.

2022 edition, by @marksubbarao@twitter.com and NASA SVS.

svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/4975 twitter.com/ed_hawkins/status/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/ed_hawkins/status/

Thank you for your very kind words. A ‘foundational’ text that has guided my own thinking about infovis is ‘Diagrammatics’ (1984) by Clive Richards – the complete pdf is freely available at diagrammatics.com.

I am thrilled to now work with @ProfClive@twitter.com on this upcoming book.

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RT @thoughtafox@twitter.com

I was recently asked for a list of 'foundational papers' that have guided my thinking about external representations & . Hands down top of that list? @YuriEngelhardt@twitter.com's "The Language of Graphics"
dare.uva.nl/search?identifier=

🐦🔗: twitter.com/thoughtafox/status

RT @ECONdailycharts@twitter.com

New research highlights enormous inequalities in emissions econ.st/3Bwc2sl

🐦🔗: twitter.com/ECONdailycharts/st

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