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In-N-Out Burger, Meta fight California climate change bill

In-N-Out Burger and Meta Platforms, the parent company of Facebook are lobbying against a bill that would force them to reveal their greenhouse gas emissions.
California’s water emergency: satisfying the thirst of almonds while the wells of the people that harvest them run dry
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California’s water emergency: satisfying the thirst of almonds while the wells of the people that harvest them run dry

Broiling heat in the middle of the worst drought in 1,200 years has strained the state’s underground water supply, pitting the Central Valley’s $20 billion agriculture industry against many of its own workers.
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How will B.C. wildfires get worse because of climate change?

By 2090, wildfires are expected to increase in intensity by up to 57 per cent because of human-caused planetary warming, a landmark United Nations report has found. Could Canada's Indigenous people offer a solution?
Love Nutella? World's hazelnut supply faces climate threat
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Love Nutella? World's hazelnut supply faces climate threat

Extreme weather events are threatening Turkey's Black Sea region, which produces 70 percent of the world's hazelnuts used in chocolates and spreads.
The scientist tackling the deep-sea food chain
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The scientist tackling the deep-sea food chain

Columbia University's Sonya Dyhrman is studying how organisms at the base of the food chain adapt to climate change — an unseen phenomenon with huge impact.
The secret behind Costa Rica's remarkable green transformation
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The secret behind Costa Rica's remarkable green transformation

By growing trees and crops together, Costa Rica has dramatically reversed deforestation.
Bolivia's potatoes are vanishing

Bolivia's potatoes are vanishing

Bolivia's Aymara people have for centuries depended on a potato-based product called the chuño as a staple. Now, the chuño's days might be numbered.
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