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Lebanon's Christians feel the heat of climate change in its sacred forest and valley

The long-term survival of Lebanon's cedar forests is in doubt, as rising temperatures due to climate change threaten to wipe out biodiversity and scar one of the country’s most iconic heritage sites for its Christians.

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Seed banks may be a secret weapon against climate change

Some of the tens of thousands of seeds stored at a facility in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley may hold keys to helping the planet's food supply adapt to climate change.

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Seeds developed over thousands of years may help farmers adapt to climate change

Seeds developed over thousands of years may help farmers adapt to climate change

A seed bank in rural Lebanon is proving important for food production in regions all over the world adapting to warming temperatures.
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Lebanon's dwindling rain leaves farmers struggling for water

Farmers in a small town perched on a northern Lebanese mountain have long refused to accept defeat even as the government abandoned them to a life off the grid. But where government neglect didn’t kill Harf Beit Hasna, the combination of climate change and economic disaster now threatens to.

An Israel-Lebanon border deal could increase natural gas supplies

An Israel-Lebanon border deal could increase natural gas supplies

Offshore gas fields in the Mediterranean could become one of several new energy sources for European countries as they seek independence from Russia.
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In parts of Mideast, power generators spew toxic fumes 24/7

They literally run the country. In parking lots, on flatbed trucks, hospital courtyards and rooftops, private generators are ubiquitous in parts of the Middle East, spewing hazardous fumes into homes and businesses 24 hours a day.

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Lebanon's warming seas force fishermen and diners to change their habits

Lebanon's fishermen and diners are changing their habits as the warming waters of the Mediterranean and new predators drive away familiar species of fish.
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