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Bangladesh Farmers Digging Simple Wells Have Created an Irrigation Wonder–With Rice Overflowing

Over the last 40 years, small-holder farmers in Bangladesh have, using very simple methods, turned the dry Bengal Basin into one of the richest croplands on Earth where two to three rice harvests can be had per year. They created a climate-resilient water system dubbed “The Bengal Water Machine” that has kept an underground reservoir […]

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Most TV shows and movies ignore climate change. That’s a problem – Los Angeles Times

This is the Nov. 3, 2022, edition of Boiling Point, a weekly newsletter about climate change and the environment in California and the American West. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. The climate crisis is the biggest…

By David Wallace-Wells – The New York Times

You can never really see the future, only imagine it, then try to make sense of the new world when it arrives. Just a few years ago, climate projections for this century looked quite apocalyptic, with most scientists warning that…

Lake Mead Is Draining, Not Climate Changing

The water level in Lake Mead is reaching record lows and the popular narrative maintains that drought brought on by human-caused climate change is to blame. But the government’s own data from the Bureau of Reclamation shows this is not…

John Ward: Florida officials work to thwart action on climate change – Gainesville Sun

A recent change means that Florida’s state government will stop contributing funds to help end human-created climate change. On Aug. 23, Gov. Ron DeSantis, along with fellow trustees of the Florida State Board of Administration, announced that they had “passed…

In fast-warming Nevada, climate bill may not lift Democrats – The Washington Post

Listen 10 min Comment on this story Comment Gift Article LAS VEGAS — About a week after President Biden signed into law the largest climate bill in U.S. history, Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.) laid out to voters here how…

‘If you see me, weep:’ the scourge of global warming – SHINE

Imaginechina The water volume of Poyang Lake in east China’s Jiangxi Province, the largest fresh-water lake in China, dropped 70 percent in August, forming the landscape that is nicknamed “the tree of earth.” This is a summer that will not…

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