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Climate change: Seasonal shifts causing 'chaos' for UK nature

Climate change is upsetting the regular rhythm of the seasons, making plants and wildlife more susceptible to disease.
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Plant pandemics threatening global food supplies, scientists warn

Climate change, globalisation and armed conflict are facilitating the spread of plant pandemics and threatening the production of food on which billions rely, scientists have said.

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How Indigenous lands in the Amazon help prevent deadly diseases

Protected indigenous reservations in the Amazon rainforest absorb thousands of tonnes of airborne pollution each year, preventing respiratory and cardiovascular diseases and saving millions of dollars in healthcare costs, according to a study published this week.

How to garden through climate change

How to garden through climate change

British organic gardener Sally Morgan explains how diversity is the key to managing your garden through extreme weather.
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Is Pakistan paying attention to existential environment crises?

Pakistan is facing an acute water shortage and climate change is damaging crops. The public health system, meanwhile, is in a disarray. To deal with these challenges, the country's authorities need long-term planning.
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Reducing aerosol pollution has led to more hurricanes in the North Atlantic, study shows

As the US and Europe worked for decades to reduce air pollution for the sake of public health and the planet, scientists found an unintended and challenging consequence: an increase in tropical storms in some regions.

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Erica Fleishman: Save the butterflies—but not to save our food supply

These insects are lovely, but despite what many think, they aren't significant contributors to pollinating agriculturally important plants.