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The Arctic is warming much faster, as climate change’s impact grows – The Washington Post

Placeholder while article actions load For residents of the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, the United States’ recent success in clinching a major piece of climate change legislation may feel like too little, too late. Over the past 40 years, as…

Legalized marijuana is a global warming nightmare – Washington Examiner

Leaders in the Democratic Party are backing legislation to reduce carbon emissions. Some of them are also sponsoring bills that would expand the cannabis industry, ranging from the MORE Act to the Safe Banking Act and now the Cannabis Administration…

‘Agrivoltaic farming’ is beating global warming—solar panels are saving crops – ThePrint

As temperatures soar to record levels and wildfires rage around the world, the need to meet net zero targets has never been more urgent. At the same time, increasing climate resilience across food systems will be needed to counter rising…

Net zero? Carbon neutral? Confusing climate change terms explained – USA TODAY

Net zero what? Carbon sequestration who? And what on Earth do greenhouses have to do with gases? While the global threat posed by climate change means we hear about it often, it’s also a subject few of us studied in school…

Scientists Discover Strange Carnivore Plant in Borneo that Traps its Prey Underground

In the dark jungles of Borneo, a plant has adapted to an ecological niche that none of its kind or kingdom has ever entered before. An international team led by Czech scientists confirmed that Nepenthus pudica is the first species of pitcher plant, or carnivorous plant in general for that matter, ever to be found laying […]

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Rampant wildfires once led to global mass extinction, scientists say. Can it happen again? – Los Angeles Times

A long time ago the carbon was rock, buried in the earth as securely as a secret. Then an environmental catastrophe of unprecedented scale began. The rocks burned, and the atoms inside them disassembled into carbon dioxide and other greenhouse…

Study Falsely Claims Climate Change May Harm Tomatoes And Ketchup

KOMO News in Seattle, as well as a couple of other media outlets in the region, ran stories claiming climate change threatens global tomato and ketchup production. Data show this is false. Amid modest warming, tomato production and yields have…

Este podría ser el futuro de la agricultura

Según los estudios, esto equivale a alrededor de seis veces la huella de carbono de un tomate de campo, incluso teniendo en cuenta las emisiones de diésel de los camiones frigoríficos que a menudo transportan las verduras de campo cientos…

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