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Draft UN Report:
Crushing climate impacts
to hit sooner than feared
An exclusive review of the report to be released February 2022.
Protein-Filled, With a Low Carbon Footprint, Insects Creep Up on the Human Diet
Entrepreneurs are increasingly turning to insects as a food rich in essential nutrients, that can be reared at scale with minimal environmental impact.
— Inside Climate News
Can the Māori Connection to Antarctica Help Safeguard the Continent’s Future?
Indigenous ties to the bottom of the world go back more than a millennium, and could point the way forward.
— Atlas Obscura
Marine Blooms of Harmful Algae Increasing in Europe, Much of the Americas
First global review of marine harmful algal blooms identifies regional trends linked to the rise of fish and shellfish farming.
— Circle of Blue
U.S. Droughts Over the Last 20 Years
5 charts that show where we are in the pandemic
— PBS News Hour
Coronavirus Delta variant ‘may hit us pretty hard’ this fall. Here’s what you need to know
University of California’s Dr. Robert Wachter joins Judy Woodruff to discuss.
— PBS News Hour
A daily newsletter by Grist
June 21 — Florida’s largest utility demolished its last coal plant.
June 22 — Volvo is planning to make cars with fossil-fuel-free steel.
June 23 — London’s Oxford Circus will soon give cars the boot.
June 24 — Target is targeting sustainability goals.
June 25 — Building new renewables is now cheaper than using existing fossil fuel plants.
Katie Holten’s Irish Tree Alphabet allows us to write with Irish Trees. The project explores language ecosystems and the importance of our words and the stories that we tell.
A note to my Yarns from the Farm Readers—I’ve started another series for our local newspaper on biodiversity…”Cheers, Nan
View the Biodiversity Series
View A Climate Basics Series
6. Enhancing Biodiversity: An Ounce of Prevention —
Taming the Virus
I got so excited about getting my vaccination, I decided to write this article for our local newspaper, rather than the one I was planning for this issue. Getting my jab makes it possible for me to do a long-planned hike in the Northern Territory, and under the new rules.”
Image is copyright from David Houlder, used by permission.
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