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‘They all dried up.’ Drought, climate change take toll on Christmas trees. – The Boston Globe

The culprit behind all those dead trees: Drought, which hit New England hard this past summer and which experts say was likely exacerbated by climate change. By July, 94 percent of Massachusetts was under moderate drought conditions or worse. Nearby…

Politicians for sale

Are politicians for sale?  How can it be measured whether politicians are for sale and to what extent this occurs?  One measure of how much looters and polluters are buying politicians could be this: How fast is methane accelerating?  Rise…

Warning: African Children Died Mining Cobalt For Your EV’s Battery

Warning labels on pharmaceutical products let us know about possible side effects from their ingestion. Warning labels on children’s toys address multiple negative consequences of allowing their unsupervised use – and more. Warning labels are also placed on numerous other…

Methane Emissions Must Fall for World to Hit Temperature Targets – International Monetary Fund

Countries must reduce emissions of greenhouse gases substantially to keep global temperature targets in reach and limit risks of destabilizing the world’s climate. Most attention has focused on carbon dioxide produced by burning fossil fuels, but it is also critical…

Global warming puts Arabica coffee at risk, and we’re barrelling towards a crucial threshold – The Conversation

Coffee may be a major casualty of a hotter planet. Even if currently declared commitments to reduce emissions are met, our new research suggests coffee production will still rapidly decline in countries accounting for 75% of the world’s Arabica coffee…

Pakistan’s Biblical Floods and the Case for Climate Reparations – The New Yorker

We have tried, in various ways, to convey to the world the scale of destruction caused by recent floods in Pakistan, because, apparently, a third of the country underwater and thirty-three million lives upended doesn’t cut it. Pakistan’s climate minister…

‘Living Lightly on the Earth’ — and in Kansas — as we adapt to a warming planet – Kansas Reflector

Kansas Reflector welcomes opinion pieces from writers who share our goal of widening the conversation about how public policies affect the day-to-day lives of people throughout our state. Dave Kendall served as producer and host of the “Sunflower Journeys” series…

When did global warming start? – Prysmian Group

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Solar and wind power growth on track to limit global warming – Protocol

Over the weekend, Elon Musk said something outlandish. I know what you’re thinking: Be more specific. Well, this time the Tesla CEO indicated he might launch a social network — or, at the very least, wouldn’t rule it out. “Am…

How Should Art Reckon With Climate Change? – The New York Times

Explicitly environmental art — works that address human-authored threats to local and global ecologies — did not appear until after the 1962 publication of Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring,” the celebrated exposé of chemical pesticides, which made pollution an urgent national…

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