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Scenes of devastation emerge from a fire-ravaged southwestern France

Scenes of devastation emerge from a fire-ravaged southwestern France

Two wildfires have ravaged nearly 80 square miles of forests, forcing 37,000 people to evacuate. The flames were fanned by a heat wave also feeding blazes in Greece, Portugal and Spain.
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Eleven Madison Park goes meatless

The restaurant will no longer serve meat or seafood when it reopens, Daniel Humm, the chef, said. “The current food system is simply not sustainable, in so many ways,” he said.
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In Bordeaux, warming temperatures threaten a world-renowned wine

In Bordeaux, France, rising temperatures are threatening the wine industry. French scientists are hard at work, trying to find varieties of grapes that will thrive in warm weather, yet still deliver a wine known and loved around the world.
‘Green tsunami’ sweeps climate focused French mayors into power
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‘Green tsunami’ sweeps climate focused French mayors into power

The Green Party scored big in municipal elections, and new mayors have ambitious plans. Now comes the hard part.
French Greens conquer major cities in local elections
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French Greens conquer major cities in local elections

Prime Minister Edouard Philippe also notches up victory in polls marked by low turnout.
The winemaker's dilemma: climate change comes to Bordeaux
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The winemaker's dilemma: climate change comes to Bordeaux

Bordeaux's vintners will need new grapes that can withstand rising temperatures — and produce wine that remains both fine and French.
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The winemaker's dilemma: Climate change comes to Bordeaux
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The winemaker's dilemma: Climate change comes to Bordeaux

Bordeaux's vintners will need new grapes that can withstand rising temperatures - and produce wine that remains both fine and French.

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