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Minnesota’s greenhouse gas emissions show steep drop – Star Tribune

Minnesota could hit its climate targets for the first time, thanks to a steep drop in greenhouse gas pollution. Global warming emissions in the state dropped 23% from 2005 through 2020, according to the latest inventory out Tuesday. The pandemic-related…

Peter Morici: Degrowth solutions won’t solve global warming – TribLIVE

Climate change, pandemics, Putin’s madness and China’s ambitions threaten humanity with droughts and floods of biblical proportions, nonnavigable rivers and disappearing island nations, fractured global supply chains and shortages of vital resources like commercial fertilizer, and famine and mass migrations….

Opinion: Degrowth solutions won’t solve global warming – MarketWatch

Climate change, pandemics, Putin’s madness and China’s ambitions threaten humanity with droughts and floods of biblical proportions, nonnavigable rivers and disappearing island nations, fractured global supply chains and shortages of vital resources like commercial fertilizer, and famine and mass migrations. Much of this has been enabled or…

Adjusting the intensity of farming can help address climate change – Salon

We have little chance of tackling climate change and reducing biodiversity loss without a redesign of the world’s largest industry: agriculture and food. While shifting to more plant-based diets and reducing food waste will be critical steps, what occurs at…

A New Year’s Climate Resolution For Justin Trudeau

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government had a rough year in 2022 on the climate change file. Let’s review the events and help him make a resolution for 2023. 2021 ended with the 26th annual Conference of the Parties (COP) in…

Burning Down The Climate Straw Man

As the inevitably painful consequences of unfounded climate alarmism hit home with our very own energy crisis, Australians are entitled to point to our massive reserves of oil, coal, and gas (and yes, uranium) and ask, ‘Why? Why are we…

These Guys Make Edible Cement From Food Waste – And You Can Literally Add it to Your Gingerbread House

A pair of Japanese researchers have launched a startup that turns food waste into cement with 4-times better bending resistance. The potential applications are endless, and as well as being potential building material, the cement can produce any kind of simple object like tea cups or chairs; but it’s also edible, and aromatic, and biodegradable. […]

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Biodiversity: ‘A victim of global warming and one of the major tools to fight against it’ – FRANCE 24 English

After the COP27 climate conference, representatives from around the world gathered in Montreal this week for the COP15 meeting dedicated to biodiversity. Scientists say leaders face a crucial challenge: agreeing on a common way forward to safeguard biodiversity by 2030…

Climate Change is Driving Millions to the Precipice of a ‘Raging Food Catastrophe’ – InsideClimate News

Photography by Larry C. Price This story was produced in partnership with the Pulitzer Center. TORICHA, Kenya—If there’s a ring around the sun, it will rain. If the gude bird sings in descending notes, the skies will open. If vultures…

Climate change and agriculture: Decisions we make today set the stage for tomorrow – High Plains Journal

For nearly three decades, climate change has been a controversial topic. However, more data in recent years reveals the world is warming faster partially due to humans’ use of energy and the introduction of ever-increasing amounts of carbon dioxide into…

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