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US approves chicken made from cultivated cells, the nation's first 'lab-grown' meat

For the first time, U.S. regulators on Wednesday approved the sale of chicken made from animal cells, allowing two California companies to offer “lab-grown” meat to the nation’s restaurant tables and eventually, supermarket shelves.

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Lake Victoria sand miners prosper

As sand miners prosper in Uganda, a vital lake basin suffers

A near-constant demand for sand is exerting pressure on a wetland that’s home to locals and animals and feeds into Africa’s largest freshwater lake.

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Amazon Indigenous woman wins Goldman environment prize

Alessandra Korap, a Munduruku Indigenous woman from the Brazilian Amazon, has been awarded the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize for her work fighting against illegal mining and large-scale projects aimed at facilitating soybean exports in the Tapajos River Basin.

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US invests in alternative solar tech, more solar for renters

The Biden administration announced more than $80 million in funding Thursday in a push to produce more solar panels in the U.S., make solar energy available to more people, and pursue superior alternatives to the ubiquitous sparkly panels made with silicon.

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Muslims around the world consider climate during Ramadan

“Green Ramadan” initiatives in Indonesia and around the world promote an array of changes during the Muslim holy month, which has fasting and, in many cases, feasting elements as people gather around food to break their fasts.

Senegal gas deal drives locals to desperation
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Senegal gas deal drives locals to desperation, prostitution

When the gas rig arrived off the coast of Saint-Louis, residents of this seaside Senegalese town found reason to hope. Fishing has long been the community’s lifeblood, but the industry was struggling with climate change and COVID-19 .

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