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EU's farming funding heavily favors animal agriculture, study finds

EU's farming funding heavily favors animal agriculture, study finds

A recent study reveals the European Union's agricultural subsidies disproportionately favor animal farming over plant cultivation, posing environmental challenges.

Ajit Niranjan reports for The Guardian.

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Dead fish are popping up along beaches on the Texas Gulf Coast, officials say. Here's why

This week, Texas beachgoers along the Gulf Coast may have observed a startling sight along the coastlines: possibly thousands of dead fish washed up on the sand.

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In India, climate change is devastating animals and farmers alike

A vicious cycle of poverty, climate change, and animal suffering makes dairy farming unsustainable.
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Why the climate crisis is making our insects run for the hills

Around the world, different species are shifting their habitats upwards, with potentially catastrophic results for our ecosystems.

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She was on the front lines of whale conservation. Now she’s on the front lines of war

Olga Shpak is one of thousands of researchers whose life’s work has been set adrift by the war, as she and her peers have been forced to flee the region or stay and fight.

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Jane Goodall calls for end to factory farming amid ‘extreme’ animal cruelty

The 89-year-old conservationist warned of agro-industry and factory farming’s impact on human health, climate and biodiversity.
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Life in ocean’s twilight zone ‘could disappear’ amid warming seas

Less food is falling to deep, dimly-lit waters, home to specially adapted marine life – but reducing emissions would stem destruction.

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