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UK could experience ‘civil unrest’ due to food shortages triggered by climate disasters

The UK’s top food security experts believe the country could face “civil unrest” in the coming decades due to climate-triggered food shortages, according to a new survey.

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As water shortages intensify Iran's heat wave, authorities shift blame

In a growing country of some 88 million people, mired in droughts exacerbated by climate change, experts say the damage is irreversible.
Dutch pro-farmer party sweeps elections

Dutch pro-farmer party sweeps elections, upsetting the status quo

The surprise victory is widely seen as a protest vote against Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s government and some of his policies, including a goal to slash nitrogen emissions, which many say will imperil farming operations.
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A Hungarian town seethes over a giant Chinese battery plant

A $7.8 billion factory planned by a Chinese company in eastern Hungary has become divisive even within the party of Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who championed it.
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Two evangelical leaders, Jim Wallis and Kyle Meyaard-Schaap, on ‘radical faith,’ climate change and more

With a focus on issues normally considered progressive, the Revs. Jim Wallis and Kyle Meyaard-Schaap hope to expand the evangelical political imagination.
Pakistan power cuts emphasize nation's economic crisis

Pakistan power cuts emphasize nation's economic crisis

The country of 220 million was without electricity for hours despite power-saving measures. Economists warn funds for energy imports will last only one more month.
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David Wallace-Wells: Is peak climate alarmism behind us?

Why the world’s most prominent climate radicals are rebooting.