User: newstrust Topic: Global Warming
Category: Impacts :: Agriculture
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Wisconsin reservation offers a climate success story and a warning 15.8.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Climate change is causing more severe flooding around the country, and a disproportionate number of Native American communities are on the front lines.
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The Coming Thunder of the Climate Change Voter 9.8.2018 Truthout.com
A newly motivated bloc of climate voters will have their say in November.

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'Green News Report' - August 7, 2018 7.8.2018 BradBlog
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Northern California wildfire now largest in state history; Toxic algae blooms wreaking havoc in Florida; Europe's heat wave has made Sweden shorter, endangered nuclear plant operations; PLUS: North Carolina jury awards nearly half a billion dollars in damages against hog farms... All that and more in ...
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Climate change threatens Midwest's wild rice, a staple for Native Americans 7.8.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: News
When harvests are bad, Native Americans in the region may go without rice for the year. And there have been a lot of bad years lately, as climate change causes more frequent and severe rainstorms.
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Fueled by Pollution and Unsound Policies, Toxic Algae Overtakes Florida Beaches 6.8.2018 Truthout.com
Florida Gov. Rick Scott has played a role in weakening regulations that protect water.

The post Fueled by Pollution and Unsound Policies, Toxic Algae Overtakes Florida Beaches appeared first on Truthout.

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Battle for Water Rights Heats Up in El Salvador 5.8.2018 Truthout.com
Social movements fear politicians backed by big business are about to privatize El Salvador's already scarce water.

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Study: Minnesota can meet climate goals through clean energy, electrification 4.8.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
The latest study on how Minnesota can reach greenhouse gas reduction goals set back in 2007 shows renewable energy and a more connected grid can help de-carbonize the state's economy.
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'Green News Report' - August 2, 2018 2.8.2018 BradBlog
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: 2017 shattered another global heat record; Firefighters begin to gain ground against deadly California wildfires; Global heat wave rages across Northern Hemisphere; PLUS: U.S. Supreme Court rules that climate kids will have their day in court... All that and more in today's Green News Report! Listen online ...
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A few more bad apples: As the climate changes, fruit growing does, too 1.8.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Apple growing is a ruthless business obsessed with good looks. Higher temperatures affect every part of of the fruit's life cycle, from more pests to changing color -- and can even give them sunburn.
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45 degrees in April, submerged in July: Smart city Bhubaneswar needs to be climate-smart 31.7.2018 Citizen Matters
As in many other cities in India, extreme weather events such as heavy rainfall and intolerable temperatures are becoming an annual event in Bhubaneswar too. One can no longer ignore the urgent need for climate-smart urban planning.
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'Green News Report' - July 26, 2018 27.7.2018 BradBlog
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Extreme weather brings a hot and deadly July to most of the planet; Wildfires force evacuations in the U.S. West, while extreme storms and floods pummel the East Coast; PLUS: Trump and the GOP expand their war on the environment, public lands, and endangered species... All ...
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A year's worth of Earth's resources are almost gone, and it's only July 24.7.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Next Wednesday is "ecological overshoot" day, says the Global Footprint Network. "In other words, humanity is currently using nature 1.7 times faster than our planet's ecosystems can regenerate."
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Spring is springing sooner, throwing nature's rhythms out of whack 23.7.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: News
A warming climate is knocking nature's rhythms out of sync. High in the Rocky Mountains, scientists have been tracking the impact for decades
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How can the Midwest fix the ocean it has killed? 20.7.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
What Midwest agriculture puts into the soil is polluting a massive chunk of the Gulf of Mexico. Solutions to the massive ocean dead zone are out there, but they're not easy.
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Wealth Can’t Protect Environmentally-Ravaged Silicon Valley From Climate Change 15.7.2018 Truthout.com
Tech empire’s power and money are no match for the fierce drought and wildfires exacerbated by urban sprawl.

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Bradley Foundation Funds Web of Climate Change Deniers 13.7.2018 Truthout.com
The Bradly Foundation promotes fossil fuel industry interests at the expense of the environment.

The post Bradley Foundation Funds Web of Climate Change Deniers appeared first on Truthout.

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Scientists and kids work hard so we can survive climate change 5.7.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: News
Climate change has lasting effects on how we get our food, how much water is available to us and how we go about our day to day lives. It's a lot to navigate, but scientists from the University of Minnesota are here to help. That and more on this episode of Climate Cast.
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The Shunning, Part 4: Scott Pruitt Edition 3.7.2018 Crooks Liars
In the fourth installment of my favorite series "The Shunning", we catch up with another Trump White House super villain, Scott Pruitt. For readers who have been away from social media or the news for the last few months, Pruitt is a villain with a Capital V. He is evil. He is greed personified. He IS the actual swamp. He is under at least 56 investigations from crimes ranging from abusing his power to making staff hand wash his $3,500 bullet proof underwear to $5,000 helicopter rides to his favorite fast food place, IHOB. On Monday, Pruitt was the latest official to be greeted warmly by a member of the public while eating out at a restaurant. The woman, Kristin Mink, posted on her Facebook that she urged him to resign. She said: "EPA head Scott Pruitt was 3 tables away as I ate lunch with my child. I had to say something...We deserve to have somebody at the EPA who actually does protect our environment, someone who believes in climate change and takes it seriously for the benefit of all us, including ...
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Grave Warnings as Wall Street Vultures Circle Puerto Rico’s Water System 27.6.2018 Truthout.com
Wall Street profiteers and corporate water operators seek to extract wealth.

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Area of Global Dead Zones Doubling Every 10 Years 25.6.2018 Truthout.com
Declining oxygen levels in the oceans is killing marine life at alarming rates.

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