User: demo Topic: Climate Change
Category: Impacts :: Agriculture
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Climate change: UK forests 'could do more harm than good' 7.4.2020 BBC News - Science & Environment
Mass tree planting could harm the environment if badly planned, a report warns.
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Whale sharks: Atomic tests solve age puzzle of world's largest fish 6.4.2020 BBC News - Science & Environment
Data from Cold War nuclear bomb tests help scientists accurately age whale sharks for the first time.
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UK using 1.2 billion tonnes of material a year 2.4.2020 BBC: Business
The figure is the equivalent of 18.5 tonnes of material per person and that has increased.
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The COVID-19 Pandemic Is a Crisis of Capitalism 20.3.2020 Truthout.com
The COVID-19 Pandemic Is a Crisis of Capitalism
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The Cashmere crisis in the Himalayan ice desert 16.3.2020 BBC: World
Photographer Adrian Newey has documented the lives of the Changpa nomads and the threat to Cashmere wool.
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The 'climate doomers' preparing for society to fall apart 16.3.2020 BBC: World
Few scientists think climate change will cause society to collapse any time soon - but some people are getting ready anyway.
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Economic Experts Warn Climate Crisis Could Spur Financial Crash Like 2008 14.3.2020 Truthout.com
During a Senate hearing, experts testified that we risk an even larger economic crisis absent urgent climate ...
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Op-Ed: Maybe COVID-19 will remind us why government is not the enemy 14.3.2020 LA Times: Opinion

Since the Reagan era, the idea that the public sector is relevant to our well-being has been scorned.

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Climate change: Will planting millions of trees really save the planet? 14.3.2020 BBC News - Science & Environment
From Greta Thunberg to oil firms, people are pushing for more trees to be planted - but why?
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Why bears are coming out of hibernation early 12.3.2020 BBC: Front Page
Warmer temperatures mean bears around the world are on the prowl earlier than normal.
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Skier Jessie Diggins on next week’s World Cup race – and her new memoir 11.3.2020 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Many of the world's best cross-country skiers will gear up in Minneapolis next week for the final sprint race of the World Cup season. MPR News host Cathy Wurzer talked with Olympic gold medalist and Afton native Jessie Diggins about the World Cup, and her new memoir, “Brave Enough.”
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Urban pollinators make beeline for native violet blooms 10.3.2020 BBC News - Science & Environment
Polish researchers find violet coloured native flowers are favoured by urban-dwelling bumblebees.
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Climate change: UK 'can't go climate neutral before 2050' 10.3.2020 BBC News - Science & Environment
The UK cannot reach net zero before 2050 unless people stop flying and eating red meat, a report says.
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Farmworkers Step Up Pressure on Wendy’s Shareholders to Protect Workers’ Rights 5.3.2020 Truthout.com
A mobilization next week will pressure a major Wendy's investor to make good on its claim of support for labor ...
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Greta Thunberg brands EU's new climate law 'surrender' 4.3.2020 BBC: World
Addressing MEPs in Brussels, the activist accused the EU of "pretending to be a climate leader".
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Onshore wind 'to make comeback in UK' 2.3.2020 BBC News - Science & Environment
The cheapest form of new power in the UK - onshore wind - is to make a comeback.
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Native Activists Are Forging a Just Transition to Renewable Energy 1.3.2020 Truthout.com
Activists are looking to the "original green new deal" – an economy based on Indigenous values and ...
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When Climate Change Drove All the Men Away 1.3.2020 Mother Jones
This piece was originally published in the National Observer and appears here as part of our Climate Desk Partnership. Miles short of the Mexico-US border, rough hands yanked Javier Hernandez from the trunk. They beat him, fractured his skull and then buried him with straws poking from his nostrils for air. Known as coyotes, Javier’s smugglers […]
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The Disappearing Songs of Hawaii’s Endangered Native Birds 29.2.2020 Mother Jones
This piece was originally published in Undark and appears here as part of our Climate Desk Partnership. The sounds of Kauai’s forests are changing. Thirty years ago, David Kuhn could hear a dawn chorus and identify the many different birds that lived on the Hawaiian island. But more recently, Kuhn, a wildlife recordist based on […]
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Five reasons why Canada's 'shutdown' is a big deal 29.2.2020 BBC News - US & Canada
Justin Trudeau is under pressure, companies are getting spooked and farms are running low on fuel.
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