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Team Biden Is Fueling Food Inflation With His Climate Agenda

Going food shopping feels like getting punched in the gut. You pick up a whole roasting chicken, hoping it will feed four, and see the price — more than $10 in many New York-area stores. A staggering $18 if the…

From India To Canada, Tracking The Killer Wave Of Global Warming – Worldcrunch

Even then, in the 1980s, the new style came in for criticism. In his era-defining bestseller The Language of Postmodern Architecture (1978), American architectural historian Charles Jencks made the bold claim that Bauhaus modernism was over, which many German architects…

May 24: Climate Experts to Discuss the Future of NYC’s Waterfront – City Limits

Join City Limits at the 2022 Waterfront Conference, a day-long event of speeches and panels by experts in resiliency, housing, and policy to address approaches to the climate crisis that range from federal policy to hyperlocal solutions. Adi Talwar View…

Trump’s Climate Challenge To The GOP

Sin, punishment, redemption: as an ideology, environmentalism shares many features with organized religion. Falling after Easter this year, Earth Day, which was celebrated on April 22, focuses on the sin-and-punishment parts of the trilogy. Redemption comes later, toward the end…

Climate change: Biden, give children their day in court – The Hill

Many American laws contain opening passages with “statements of congressional intent” — short explanations of what Congress hoped a particular law would achieve. They express Congress’s best intentions. Some codify moments of moral clarity lawmakers want to preserve in statutes….

Letter: Juxtaposition puts spotlight on global warming issue – Daily Record-News

To the Editor: Page 4 of the April 19 issue of the Daily Record has an interesting juxtaposition of commentaries. Along the left side is a reprint of and editorial from the Los Angeles Times about the urgency of addressing…

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‘We’re trying to turn the magnet towards optimism’: Cate Blanchett on her new climate crisis podcast

Cate Blanchett is Australian. I mention this fact because I’d forgotten it, somehow, so her manner of speaking – upbeat, front-footed, Aussie-accented – comes as a surprise. And I’ve spent quite some time hearing her talk over the past couple…

Businesses Buying Up Welsh Family Farms For Carbon Credits

Climate laws are having a negative knock-on effect on farming as businesses outbid locals for land in hopes of generating carbon credits. The future existence of family farms in Wales is under threat as a result of Britain’s climate laws,…

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