New reports show forests need far more funding to help the climate, and even then, they can’t do it all
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New reports show forests need far more funding to help the climate, and even then, they can’t do it all

As government leaders and forestry experts gathered in South Korea this week to discuss the state of the world’s forests, new research suggests that ambitious international efforts to curb deforestation are making insufficient progress and the planet’s trees continue to disappear. On Wednesday, an international consortium of researchers released an assessment of the sweeping United […]
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How science could aid the US quest for environmental justice
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How science could aid the US quest for environmental justice

Research tools to identify and help protect disadvantaged communities have been in the works for years. Scientists and activists want them put into action.
“The climate wars are over” in Australia? Not even close.
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“The climate wars are over” in Australia? Not even close.

The conservatives’ defeat is good news, but the incoming Labor Party’s policies show why climate activists can’t relax even under liberal governments.
New Australian PM Anthony Albanese could still disappoint climate activists
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New Australian PM Anthony Albanese could still disappoint climate activists

The conservatives’ defeat is good news, but the incoming Labor Party’s policies show why climate activists can’t relax even under liberal governments.
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Peter Dykstra: Gun and climate change delusions

We’re at the tail end of the traditionally self-imposed mourning period for the massacres in Buffalo and Uvalde.

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Podcast: Indigenous, ingenious and sustainable aquaculture from the distant past to today
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Podcast: Indigenous, ingenious and sustainable aquaculture from the distant past to today

On this episode we discuss Indigenous peoples’ long relationship with — and stewardship of — marine environments through the lens of aquaculture. Listen here: Coastal cultures have often enjoyed abundant lifestyles thanks to the wide array of food, fiber, and other useful resources provided by the world’s seas, sounds, estuaries and oceans. Indigenous peoples have […]
Tesla to cut 10% of salaried staff, Musk tells employees
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Tesla to cut 10% of salaried staff, Musk tells employees

The electric carmaker has been growing fast in recent years, but Elon Musk, its chief executive, appears to be concerned about a weakening economy.
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