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Something that this article drives at, but doesn't quite stick the landing, is that better grazing must be supplemented by meat reduction, it's not a substitute for it. Even the most efficient grass-finished beef uses 2x the land as _...Read More_
Something that this article drives at, but doesn't quite stick the landing, is that better grazing must be supplemented by meat reduction, it's not a substitute for it. Even the most efficient grass-finished beef uses 2x the land as _...Read More_
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A non exhaustive reading list around how different theories of the climate crisis shape our understanding of what must be strived for. Any insightful suggestions of _...Read More_
A non exhaustive reading list around how different theories of the climate crisis shape our understanding of what must be strived for. Any insightful suggestions of _...Read More_
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The Gwich'in people of Alaska need the natural environment to live; and they need it protecting from the interests of the 'modern' world. A _...Read More_
The Gwich'in people of Alaska need the natural environment to live; and they need it protecting from the interests of the 'modern' world. A _...Read More_
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"The Congo Basin peatlands are relatively intact while supporting nearby human communities and a variety of wildlife species, but threats in the form of agriculture, oil and gas exploration and logging loom on the horizon."
"The Congo Basin peatlands are relatively intact while supporting nearby human communities and a variety of wildlife species, but threats in the form of agriculture, oil and gas exploration and logging loom on the horizon."
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Smart , unsentimental piece. I find the authors' analysis much more persuasive than Mark Bittman's neo-Fourierist twaddle. But I think even the authors miss an essential point: junk food tastes good: that's not just 'false consciousness.'
Smart , unsentimental piece. I find the authors' analysis much more persuasive than Mark Bittman's neo-Fourierist twaddle. But I think even the authors miss an essential point: junk food tastes good: that's not just 'false consciousness.'
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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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Fantastic read on the return of indigenous land to native Californians, and how care for the environment can help all.
Fantastic read on the return of indigenous land to native Californians, and how care for the environment can help all.
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"Federal agencies have an opportunity to take immediate action against climate change using anti-monopoly policy."
"Federal agencies have an opportunity to take immediate action against climate change using anti-monopoly policy."
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>"It is true that clean energy will transform geopolitics—just not necessarily in the ways many of its champions expect."
>"It is true that clean energy will transform geopolitics—just not necessarily in the ways many of its champions expect."
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Tea plantations helped boost the economic interests of a few British families, but did nothing to support the local tribes whos lands were cleared in favour of monoculture plantations.
Tea plantations helped boost the economic interests of a few British families, but did nothing to support the local tribes whos lands were cleared in favour of monoculture plantations.
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>"Since 1992, negotiations have produced notable accords on climate change, including the Paris Agreement. But leaders have so far failed to slow global warming. Trace the successes and failures of UN climate conferences ahead of COP26."
>"Since 1992, negotiations have produced notable accords on climate change, including the Paris Agreement. But leaders have so far failed to slow global warming. Trace the successes and failures of UN climate conferences ahead of COP26."
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A good and short article describing the bureaucracy around water regulations in California. Highly informative piece on Droughts.
A good and short article describing the bureaucracy around water regulations in California. Highly informative piece on Droughts.
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>"Right-wing political operatives have launched a swarm of lawsuits to oppose funding for farmers of color."
>"Right-wing political operatives have launched a swarm of lawsuits to oppose funding for farmers of color."
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>"A new study is among the first to study the effectiveness of phrases like "climate change" and "climate emergency.""
>"A new study is among the first to study the effectiveness of phrases like "climate change" and "climate emergency.""
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"From California to Chile, scientists are rethinking a paradigm of environmental policy as animals move to survive climate change."
"From California to Chile, scientists are rethinking a paradigm of environmental policy as animals move to survive climate change."