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At COP27, protesters within U.N. venue demand climate finance

"There’s no time anymore to keep coming to these COPs as an exercise, when parties come in their private jets and are sponsored by Coca-Cola, etc., and we do a whole dance around an issue so critical and so urgent," said Zukiswa White, 29, a South African campaigner for gender equity in climate policy.

On New Zealand farm, scientists reduce cow burps to save the world
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On New Zealand farm, scientists reduce cow burps to save the world

More than a dozen calves wait at a research farm in New Zealand to be fed Kowbucha, a punnily named probiotic that studies show reduces burps -- or methane emissions.
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Drought-hit Kenyan herders save wildlife - and their livelihoods

Kenyan farmers are converting some of the farmland into sustainably managed rangeland to create a wildlife conservancy where cattle and wild animals can co-exist and eco-tourism provides jobs for local people.

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EU backslides on U.N. biodiversity conservation goal, Eurostat says

The European Union progressed towards most of the United Nations' sustainable development goals over the last five years, but took a step back on the conservation of ecosystems and biodiversity, the bloc's statistics office says.

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In Chablis vineyards, fear grows that destructive frosts may become the norm

Chablis is a very dry white wine that is produced only in the Yonne region of Burgundy due to the area's specific climate. But volumes could now be under pressure as the emergence of mild weather early in the year followed by a spring frost, previously unusual, looks to becoming a recurrent trend.

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U.S. farmers improving climate-friendly practices, but 'more work to do'

Farmers in the United States have adopted conservation strategies that have led to gains for climate-friendly agriculture in recent years, but the Department of Agriculture has “more work to do” as it attempts to tackle climate change, according to a new report from the agency.
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