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Young Woman is Trying to Adopt Her New Friend to Keep the 27-Year Old Out of a Lifetime of Institutions

A Russian woman is trying to become the legal guardian of a friend she made while volunteering at a care home. 27-year old Nina Torgashova was admitted to a psycho-neurological care home when she was 18. Then, when COVID-19 hit Russia, a charity called Life Route lobbied to allow people at state-assisted living facilities to […]

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Letter: Beating climate change means tough choices on solar and EVs – Financial Times

Martin Sandbu is an optimist. He thinks that daily life will pretty much stay the same in our ongoing battle against global warming (Opinion, April 26). I like optimism, but I see tough choices ahead. First, from where do we…

There’s a new ‘organic’ food that fights global warming – The Keene Sentinel

The pandemic turbocharged many trends that were already underway when the coronavirus struck the U.S. early last year. One of them was consumer demand for food labeled “organic,” as shuttered restaurants and lockdowns forced many to see the contents of…

12 best books on climate change, shared by climate activists – NBC News

Rising temperatures, droughts and wildfires — all of them among the visible climate change indicators accepted by scientists — have more than doubled in the last 40 years, according to Carbon Brief, a climate science research organization funded by the…

Citing grave threat, Scientific American replaces ‘climate change’ with ‘climate emergency’ – Yahoo News

The New York Times ‘Like the Tiger King Got Elected Tax Collector’: Inside the Case That Ensnared Matt Gaetz LAKE MARY, Fla. — Long before the FBI began to scrutinize a tax collector in Florida named Joel Greenberg — and…

India Fishermen Divert Their Catch of Ocean Plastic So it Can Be Used to Rebuild Roads

In the state of Kerala, known as the Jewel of South India, fishermen are taking it upon themselves to keep it that way and secure their livelihoods against plastic pollution. Their workers’ association is encouraging fisherman to save all the plastic waste fished up by their nets in order to support a 2017 government clean […]

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Get involved, slow climate change – Northern Star Online

GettyImages Young group of teenagers activists demonstrate against global warming. Global warming’s effects are encroaching closer to home more than ever before. People need to do their part to reduce their carbon footprint in order to combat climate change’s destruction. …