Jeff Moyer: We need to focus on regenerative organic agriculture to improve human health
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Jeff Moyer: We need to focus on regenerative organic agriculture to improve human health

Our health will remain in danger until we make a major change and paradigm shift.

Failure of the universities: The culture gap is now near lethal
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Universities are failing us

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

Our educational systems are failing to prepare people for existential environmental threats
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Hurricane Fiona destroyed many of Puerto Rico's agricultural crops

Small farms dot much of the landscape of Puerto Rico. Many have been seriously damaged by Hurricane Fiona.

Exxon’s long-shot embrace of carbon capture in the Houston area just got massive support from Congress

But many analysts and environmentalists remain deeply skeptical, maintaining that capturing carbon emissions as a climate change fix is at best a sideshow.

Super Typhoon Noru makes landfall in Philippines; authorities on alert

The typhoon is forecast to bring large waves, torrential rains and wind gusts of up to 127 miles per hour to the northern Philippine island of Luzon.

How Kenya became the world's geothermal powerhouse

An effort that began 70 years ago is poised to propel the country to middle-income status on a wave of green energy.

Tropical storm Ian moves closer to Florida

The storm is expected to become a hurricane by Monday afternoon and reach “major” hurricane strength by Tuesday as it reaches western Cuba.

Dodging blackouts, California faces new questions on its power supply

Extreme heat is testing the way energy is generated, delivered and traded — and raising the prospect of perpetual emergencies.

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