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Minnesota’s Great Northern arts festival to return with climate change focus – MinnPost

What’s a Minnesota winter without pond hockey? Without ice fishing? A warming planet is prompting a Minnesota arts festival to dive deeper into the cultural meaning of the state’s coldest season. The Great Northern Festival, a yearly celebration of Minnesota winters…

Don’t Be So Sure That The ‘Climate Extremists Have Won’

Don’t get discouraged in thinking that the climate extremists have “won.” They have not. It does not really matter that the climate extremists at the moment control all of the commanding heights of our culture — the media, academia, most…

This Greek Island Replaced its Landfill with Recycling Plant That Now Reduces Waste by 85%

In order to keep their little island the pristine Aegean paradise it is, Tilos has gotten rid of their landfill, and replaced it with a circular system that has reduced total waste by 86%. After being implemented this May, the island of around 750 inhabitants quickly saw progress, after they transformed the landfill into a […]

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Australia and Negotiations for a Global Plastics Treaty and reduce plastic pollution in the marine environment

Photo by IISD/ENB The final resolution at the United Nations Environment Assembly 21 February – 4 March 2022 was to develop a Global Plastics Treaty and to set up an Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee to develop an internationally legally binding instrument…

How climate change is affecting how animals and people date and mate – The Washington Post

Leave it to climate change to teach us that looks aren’t everything November 28, 2022 at 6:33 a.m. EST (Video: Dan Woodger for The Washington Post) Comment on this story Comment Gift Article This article is the first installment of…

Words Engraved on a Bronze Hand May Rewrite History for a Small but Special People

A very peculiar decorative ornament was found in an archeological dig last year in Spain—a bronze amulet shaped like a hand that would lead researchers to a fascinating discovery. Just recently however, the restoration of the artifact revealed strange words believed to be part of the precursor to the modern Basque Language, also called Euskara. […]

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Mohenjo Daro emerges as symbol of global warming threat to cultural heritage – Pakistan Today

KARACHI: One of the world’s first cities came close to being wiped off the map during tragic floods this summer in Pakistan. Though Mohenjo Daro survived, it has become a symbol of the threat global warming poses to humanity’s cultural…

Religious Americans less worried about climate change, poll says – Los Angeles Times

NEW YORK —  Most adults in the United States — including a large majority of Christians and people who identify with other religions — consider the Earth sacred and believe God gave humans a duty to care for it. But highly…

Web Series: A Deeper Dive – Rolling Stone

As a follow-up to my previous piece, “Web Series: Let’s Talk About It,” I’d like to go back to the importance of story in your web series. I can’t stress enough how important story is. Web series are episodic by…

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