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Saguaro cactuses are under threat because of climate change
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Saguaro cactuses are under threat because of climate change

A warming world means the invasive buffelgrass — a danger to the cactus — is thriving.
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How a South Carolina farmer is adapting an heirloom rice to withstand climate change
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How a South Carolina farmer is adapting an heirloom rice to withstand climate change

Rollen Chalmers is the ‘quiet force’ behind a renewed interest in heirloom rice while contending with encroaching saltwater, invasive weeds—and alligators.
Rediscovering Detroit’s roots through Indigenous food
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Rediscovering Detroit’s roots through Indigenous food

Through a collective maple sugaring effort, pop-up dinners, seed saving, and more, an urban community is reconnecting to its Indigenous foodways.
A legal approach to fighting climate change
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A legal approach to fighting climate change

Gillian Lobo is the senior lawyer for ClientEarth, an environmental law charity.
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Restoring harmony in Haida Gwaii
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Restoring harmony in Haida Gwaii

A collaboration between Haida tradition and Western science may offer a way to bolster both Haida culture and the marine ecosystem intertwined with it.
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