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Brilliant piece. Diversity is vital - boosting the overall resilience in our foodsystems against new climate and environmental _...Read More_
Brilliant piece. Diversity is vital - boosting the overall resilience in our foodsystems against new climate and environmental _...Read More_
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>"Trying to automate environmentalism alone won’t resolve political barriers to conservation, but it might help us think differently"
>"Trying to automate environmentalism alone won’t resolve political barriers to conservation, but it might help us think differently"
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"The fossil-fuel industry wants to be able to keep burning something. That way, it can keep both its infrastructure and its business model usefully employed. It’s _...Read More_
"The fossil-fuel industry wants to be able to keep burning something. That way, it can keep both its infrastructure and its business model usefully employed. It’s _...Read More_
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[https://grist.org/science/points-of-no-return/](https://grist.org/science/points-of-no-return/) >"As the world warms, these Earth systems are changing. Could further warming make them spiral out of control?"
[https://grist.org/science/points-of-no-return/](https://grist.org/science/points-of-no-return/) >"As the world warms, these Earth systems are changing. Could further warming make them spiral out of control?"
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"‘As scientists who study and communicate the realities of climate change, we are consistently faced with a major and needless challenge: overcoming advertising and PR efforts by fossil fuel companies.’"
"‘As scientists who study and communicate the realities of climate change, we are consistently faced with a major and needless challenge: overcoming advertising and PR efforts by fossil fuel companies.’"
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"The German government agreed to a commitment to transition away from the fossil fuel for environmental reasons. But the obstacles are steep."
"The German government agreed to a commitment to transition away from the fossil fuel for environmental reasons. But the obstacles are steep."
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“Despair is as dangerous as denial. And it is equally false. Humanity has enormous resources under its command, and by applying them wisely, we can still prevent ecological cataclysm.” -
“Despair is as dangerous as denial. And it is equally false. Humanity has enormous resources under its command, and by applying them wisely, we can still prevent ecological cataclysm.” -
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"Letter sent to IPG, WPP, Edelman charges that their campaigns "obfuscate or downplay risks posed by the climate crisis.""
"Letter sent to IPG, WPP, Edelman charges that their campaigns "obfuscate or downplay risks posed by the climate crisis.""
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“There is no way to separate the fight for Indigenous rights from the fight for environmental rights, because we see ourselves as being the land itself. We are part of the earth and everything that affects the earth directly affects us.” -
“There is no way to separate the fight for Indigenous rights from the fight for environmental rights, because we see ourselves as being the land itself. We are part of the earth and everything that affects the earth directly affects us.” -
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"It’s a race against the point of no return for the biosphere."
"It’s a race against the point of no return for the biosphere."
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"Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives."
"Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives."
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>"Reading Amitav Ghosh’s work these last few years, I’ve felt an eerily exciting sense of gratitude. Someone else out there—someone way smarter and more erudite than me—appeared to be chasing the sam…"
>"Reading Amitav Ghosh’s work these last few years, I’ve felt an eerily exciting sense of gratitude. Someone else out there—someone way smarter and more erudite than me—appeared to be chasing the sam…"
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>"Pancho and I walked in silence along a muddy road, through a ghost town, in the Honduran rainforest. “I built that school,” he said as he gestured to an abandoned wooden building. The wooden shingl…"
>"Pancho and I walked in silence along a muddy road, through a ghost town, in the Honduran rainforest. “I built that school,” he said as he gestured to an abandoned wooden building. The wooden shingl…"
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"What happens to a community and ecosystem at the nexus of geopolitical tensions and climate change? And can 6,000 years of history save them?"
"What happens to a community and ecosystem at the nexus of geopolitical tensions and climate change? And can 6,000 years of history save them?"
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Inverse: In wildfire country, PTSD dominates burned-out communities: “Nothing could go back to normal.”.
Inverse: In wildfire country, PTSD dominates burned-out communities: “Nothing could go back to normal.”.