A big decision on rooftop solar in California is off the table, for now https://t.co/UR8TCtSxWY
— kw1979 (@kw1979) January 20, 2022
Doomsday update just dropped:
"If Thwaites Glacier collapses, it opens the door for the rest of the West Antarctic ice sheet to slide into the sea. … It’s not only goodbye Miami, but goodbye to virtually every low-lying coastal city in the world." https://t.co/MS4SwU8Qt6
— Eric Holthaus (@EricHolthaus) December 29, 2021
Massive tornado outbreaks in December? Seems odd.
At least 50 people are likely dead after a tornado hit southwestern Kentucky late Friday, according to Gov. Andy Beshear. A multitude of tornadoes spawned in the overnight hours Friday as a line of powerful storms ripped through the central US https://t.co/fgZmgtwa1d
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) December 11, 2021
Rand Paul has voted against disaster relief every time since 2011.
— citizen (@citizenfreebird) December 11, 2021
As Rand Paul begs President Biden for emergency relief for his state this morning, let's recall some of the emergency relief he's voted against:
—Hurricane Sandy (2012)
—Hurricane Harvey (2017)
—Hurricane Maria (2017)
—omnibus bill for multiple natural disasters (2019)
— Pé (@4everNeverTrump) December 11, 2021
BREAKING: Kentucky Republican Thomas Massie is calling for emergency aid for his district following the tornadoes in Kentucky despite the fact that he’s voted against emergency aid for everyone else his entire time in Congress.
— Travis Allen (@TravisAllen02) December 11, 2021
Amazon knew we were facing life threatening storms last night. We ALL knew. They made the choice to send workers into a giant unsecured warehouse and now workers are dead.
Amazon murdered people last night. https://t.co/VTya9p5rrZ
— 🌽🌽 Erica, The White Trash Socialist 🌽🌽™️ (@herosnvrdie69) December 11, 2021
This pic is tearing me up pic.twitter.com/0iBNr9alKM
— The Feel Good Page ❤️ (@natureheel) December 11, 2021
Motorists navigated flooded streets in Honolulu over the weekend as Hawaii braces for 'catastrophic' rainfall, with major flash flooding and landslides possible across multiple islands. https://t.co/ghhDX2IpWF pic.twitter.com/L2EIqklGZl
— ABC News (@ABC) December 6, 2021
The investigation reveals a stunning shift in the way rain and snow falls in America and how those changes impact our environment, our infrastructure and our lives. https://t.co/LSL8NxG6Qf
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) December 1, 2021