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>"Who's responsible for this? Alice Bell's new book, "Our Biggest Experiment: An Epic History of the Climate Crisis," says it's complicated."
>"Who's responsible for this? Alice Bell's new book, "Our Biggest Experiment: An Epic History of the Climate Crisis," says it's complicated."
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"Carbon Brief looks at national responsibility for historical emissions of CO2 from 1850-2021, updating analysis published in 2019."
"Carbon Brief looks at national responsibility for historical emissions of CO2 from 1850-2021, updating analysis published in 2019."
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>"What it means to contribute to the future of a place."
>"What it means to contribute to the future of a place."
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183
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26.6
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26.6
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21.4
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21.4
>"Assuming that the Anthropocene will soon be officially designated as the earth's current epoch, there remains the question of the geological age with which the…"
>"Assuming that the Anthropocene will soon be officially designated as the earth's current epoch, there remains the question of the geological age with which the…"
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Notwithstanding the local nature of environmental harms, in terms of both their genesis and consequences, traditional environmentalism has focused on places where very few of us actually live and work, such as wilderness and national parks, _...Read More_
Notwithstanding the local nature of environmental harms, in terms of both their genesis and consequences, traditional environmentalism has focused on places where very few of us actually live and work, such as wilderness and national parks, _...Read More_
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39.5
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39.5
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>"The science of climate change has a history that dates back centuries, not decades, and was first begun by a woman"
>"The science of climate change has a history that dates back centuries, not decades, and was first begun by a woman"
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589
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>"Indigenous oral cultures are teaching researchers that precolonial South Africans were aware of conservation"
>"Indigenous oral cultures are teaching researchers that precolonial South Africans were aware of conservation"
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57
In 6th century Italy, saints were said to perform an unusual number of water miracles. Paleoclimatological data from a stalagmite may reveal why.
In 6th century Italy, saints were said to perform an unusual number of water miracles. Paleoclimatological data from a stalagmite may reveal why.
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44.6
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44.6
>"How one commodity explains the rise of our modern age…and now threatens to destroy it."
>"How one commodity explains the rise of our modern age…and now threatens to destroy it."
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11.4
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11.4
>"On a regular cycle, the Nias islanders of Indonesia would retreat into enforced seclusion. What can we learn from them?"
>"On a regular cycle, the Nias islanders of Indonesia would retreat into enforced seclusion. What can we learn from them?"
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>"A nation that identifies itself with nature begins to fall apart when it can no longer agree on what nature is."
>"A nation that identifies itself with nature begins to fall apart when it can no longer agree on what nature is."
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it is a pity that in our time few people understand this and few people are interested in it
it is a pity that in our time few people understand this and few people are interested in it