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Ocean at the Door: New Homes and the Rising Sea
Ocean at the Door: New Homes and the Rising Sea
by Climate Central
Recent housing growth rates are faster in ten-year flood-risk zones in a third of all coastal states. This report was…
French wines show hot dry years are now normal
French Wines Show Hot Dry Years Are Now Normal
by Tim Radford
Records have begun to topple for the world’s finest tipple. French wines can now count 664 years of vintage information…
How Many Americans Believe In Climate Change?
How Many Americans Believe In Climate Change?
by Matthew Houser
Indiana certainly doesn’t look like a state that’s ready to confront climate change. Its former governor, Vice…
Climate Change Underlies Europe’s Rapid Warming
Climate Change Underlies Europe’s Rapid Warming
by Tim Radford
From the edge of the Arctic to almost the Tropic of Cancer, Europe’s rapid warming is evidenced by hotter summers − and…
Canadians In Every Riding Support Climate Action
Canadians In Every Riding Support Climate Action
by Matto Mildenberger and Erick Lachapelle
Canada is gearing up for a big election this fall and climate policy will likely be at the centre of debate.
Why Focusing On Cutting Emissions Alone Won't Halt Ecological Decline
Why Focusing On Cutting Emissions Alone Won't Halt Ecological Decline
by Ian Boyd
Reaching net zero emissions has become the focal point of government efforts to halt climate and ecological breakdown.
Cheap, Tough And Green: Why Aren't More Buildings Made Of Rammed Earth?
Cheap, Tough And Green: Why Aren't More Buildings Made Of Rammed Earth?
by Daniela Ciancio
It’s fair to say that rammed earth, as a construction technique, has stood the test of time.
Why Food Production Must Double Idea By 2050 Is Inaccurate
Why Food Production Must Double Idea By 2050 Is Inaccurate
by Jeff Mulhollem, Penn State
“Food production must double by 2050 to feed the world’s growing population,” is a popular idea, but an inaccurate one,…

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Hope And Mourning In The Anthropocene: Understanding Ecological Grief
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The Government Is Right To Fund Energy Storage: A 100% Renewable Grid Is Within Reach
by Andrew Blakers, et al
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by CBC News: The National
Canadians across the country say their allergies are getting worse.
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High-tech Weather Forecasting Aims To Bring New Hope To Indian Farmers Facing The Devastation Of Climate Change
by Sam Relph
The world’s largest network of automated weather stations, created to predict droughts and floods, is helping tackle…
Regenerative Agriculture Can Make Farmers Stewards Of The Land Again
Regenerative Agriculture Can Make Farmers Stewards Of The Land Again
by Stephanie Anderson
For years, “sustainable” has been the buzzword in conversations about agriculture.