Jeff Dunetz: Corn continues to thrive in the swamp
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Jeff Dunetz: Corn continues to thrive in the swamp

Ethanol blends have harmed, not helped, the environment.

recycling trees and poop to make compost
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US cities are recycling trees and poop to make compost

Wood and biosolids from water treatment plants can be used to improve the soil—and keep remaining trees healthy.
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Earth’s ice melt & land lost to sea
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Memories of the end of the Last Ice Age, from those who were there

As Earth’s ice melts once more, heed these ancient tales of land lost to the sea.
‘Backed into a corner’: Duncan’s First Nation sues Alberta for cumulative impacts of industry
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‘Backed into a corner’: Duncan’s First Nation sues Alberta for cumulative impacts of industry

Lawsuit follows in the footsteps of B.C. Supreme Court’s precedent-setting Blueberry River decision, which could have profound impacts for oil and gas industry
Can sweetgrass sequester carbon?
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Can sweetgrass sequester carbon? Piikani Nation plans to find out

Studying the carbon capturing capabilities of sweetgrass is just one part of a larger vision for adapting to climate change in southern Alberta.

climate adaptation in peace-athabasca delta
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A drying delta

From food to transportation, water is life for Indigenous peoples living in the remote Peace-Athabasca Delta. But in the face of climate change, their survival depends on their ability — and willingness — to adapt.

Magdalen Islanders say they're on 'front line' of climate change
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After 3rd major storm in 5 years, Magdalen Islanders say they're on 'front line' of climate change

With the latest evidence of just how much damage one ferocious storm can wreak, many islanders hope political leaders can now see the urgency of the situation and just what it will take to save their foothold in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.
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Chemical recycling grows  along with concerns of its impacts

Chemical recycling grows — along with concerns about its environmental impacts

Industry says chemical recycling could solve the plastic waste crisis, but environmental advocates and some lawmakers are skeptical.

Failure of the universities: The culture gap is now near lethal

Universities are failing us

Our educational systems are failing to prepare people for existential environmental threats

Shell's new petrochemical complex in southwestern Pennsylvania

The Titans of Plastic

Pennsylvania becomes the newest sacrifice zone for America’s plastic addiction.

Ruth Greenspan Bell: Wealth and the climate dilemma

Ruth Greenspan Bell: Wealth and the climate dilemma

Developing countries that increase their fossil fuel production are at a crossroads: securing their own long-term well-being or earning revenue to finance programs to support immediate economic growth.

Solving the climate crisis will help both ‘sacrifice zones’ and ‘cute’ puffins

Solving the climate crisis will help both ‘sacrifice zones’ and ‘cute’ puffins

Curbing pollution for families in Chicago calms the climatic conditions that drive fish away from puffins half a continent away.

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Good news: A good year for puffins and terns, despite climate change

A visit to a remote Maine island finds puffins and terns rebounding despite climate change

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