We looked inside some of the tweets by @nytclimate and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
There were 13.7 million football-related tweets during the 2012 Super Bowl, 1 million of which appeared in the game's final 5 minutes.
A new federal report found the Trump administration set a rock-bottom price on the damages done by greenhouse gas emissions, enabling the government to justify the costs of repealing or weakening dozens of climate change regulations. @LFFriedman https://t.co/jOXJaCoWJn
Hiroko Tabuchi is unmatched as an investigative journalist, New York Times colleague and friend. How good is @HirokoTabuchi at what she does? Look at today’s Page 1 article on fracking, bankruptcy, climate threats and executive enrichment: https://t.co/wLpwPM0ls6 a thread ... https://t.co/kWCC3oSnZ4
The collapse of oil and gas companies is wreaking its own kind of climate toll, with abandoned wells leaking methane, writes @HirokoTabuchi -- even as those companies' executives award themselves huge payouts before going bankrupt. https://t.co/5XLT2fnQMb
As the oil and gas industry faces financial turmoil, companies are filing for bankruptcy, and the disarray could have grave environmental consequences. But executives are receiving big payouts first. My latest, via @NYTimes https://t.co/P7BVRVuJRm
Without action, the U.S. “can expect to face an orphan well crisis with billions of dollars in taxpayer liability, with thousands of Americans forced to live with leaking orphaned wells," said Sara Kendall, of the Western Organization of Resource Councils. https://t.co/ofvEeCcW4M
U.S. Oil and gas companies are hurtling toward bankruptcy at a pace not seen in years. In the wake of this economic carnage is a potential environmental disaster — unprofitable wells that will be neglected, leaking planet-warming pollutants. https://t.co/hHDkFWKWGu
Without action, the U.S. “can expect to face an orphan well crisis with billions of dollars in taxpayer liability, with thousands of Americans forced to live with leaking orphaned wells," said Sara Kendall, of the Western Organization of Resource Councils. https://t.co/oVTwoCoGNT