Honey farmers bring in foreign bees as other B.C. apiarists wait to learn winter losses
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Honey farmers bring in foreign bees as other B.C. apiarists wait to learn winter losses

Problem pests, hungry wasps and 'two winters' in one has been hard on B.C.'s bee hives.

Gas to offshore wind? N.Y. illustrates grid challenge

Oil and gas companies are asking New York to connect large volumes of offshore wind to the grid at a gas plant, underscoring a national push to transform old fossil fuel sites for renewable energy projects.

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Amphibious houses, Oceanix's floating city adapt to sea-level rise

To combat the worst impacts of sea-level rise, a new industry of floating infrastructure is emerging.

Amid climate change, water managers see promise in recycled wastewater

Las Vegas is prepared to pay Southern California $750 million to drink water recycled from sewage. It's because of the southwestern megadrought.

Couple find natural way to warm home with climbing plant

A South London couple have discovered a natural way to keep their home warm - by keeping it covered with a climbing plant.

Charles F. Sabel and David G. Victor: Beyond Biden’s climate plan, a new industrial revolution is needed

The new U.S. climate plan is historic and will pump billions of dollars into advancing the transition away from fossil fuels. But a more far-reaching, innovative approach is needed to push forward the radically new technologies that will be required to decarbonize the economy.

Researchers find that mangroves expand and contract following phases of the moon

This revelation is critical for determining when mangrove stands, which are good at carbon sequestration and may aid in the fight against climate change, are most likely to grow.

Time to charge the true cost of fossil fuels

There is a crucial disconnect impeding climate action. As author and climate activist, Naomi Klein puts it, “Our economic system and our planetary system are now at war…. Only one of these sets of rules can be changed, and it’s not the laws of nature.”

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