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Arthur Neslen: EU retreats from environmental commitments amid far-right pressure

Arthur Neslen: EU retreats from environmental commitments amid far-right pressure

The EU has been backpedaling on its environmental promises, yielding to agribusiness and far-right demands, risking future ecological stability.

Arthur Neslen writes for The Guardian.

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West Coast embraces electric big trucks, leading by example

West Coast embraces electric big trucks, leading by example

Titan Freight Systems is making a significant shift to electric trucks on the West Coast, showcasing both environmental and economic benefits.

Peter Fairley reports for The Tyee.

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Scientists are pining to save the endangered whitebark tree

The balance of an ecosystem hangs on the survival of a scraggly mountain tree. In northwest B.C., ecologists are facing climate change, droughts and wildfires as they work to protect whitebark pine and the species that rely on it.

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Spring Alaska Schreiner is championing traditional ecological knowledge

At Sakari Farms, Spring Alaska Schreiner maintains a seed bank, has launched a community kitchen, and teaches Native American youth traditional ecological knowledge.

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The sound ecologist capturing a disappearing world: ‘70% of habitats I recorded are gone’

Bernie Krause has been recording sounds from the natural world for 55 years. A new San Francisco exhibition of his work offers a moving plea for the environment.

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Threatened red knots land along Delaware Bay

The annual red knot arrival is underway as federal regulators have unveiled a plan to protect nearly 700,000 acres in New Jersey, Delaware, and 11 other states.
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Finland drained its peatlands. He’s helping bring them back

Tero Mustonen has led a successful effort to restore roughly 80 areas of ecologically critical peatlands across his native Finland. In an interview, he talks about the importance of bringing Indigenous knowledge to rewilding initiatives in far northern regions and beyond.
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