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Farmers' protests challenge EU's climate policies

Farmers' protests challenge EU's climate policies

Protests by European farmers are intensifying, challenging the EU's efforts to implement sustainable agricultural reforms under its Green Deal.

Jan Dutkiewicz reports for Vox.

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Natural farming's rise in India amid climate change

Natural farming's rise in India amid climate change

In the face of worsening weather conditions, farmers in Andhra Pradesh, India, are turning to natural farming methods to bolster crop resilience.

Shawn Sebastian and Sibi Arasu report for The Associated Press.

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Vermont moves to protect pollinators by proposing pesticide restrictions

Vermont moves to protect pollinators by proposing pesticide restrictions

Vermont's legislation to limit neonicotinoid pesticides, known for harming bees, progressed through the House Committee with substantial support.

Abagael Giles reports for Vermont Public.

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UN nations gather in Kenya to address global environmental challenges

Members were urged to work toward making “a tangible difference to people’s lives.”

Carlos Mureithi reports for the Associated Press.
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Migratory species face global decline
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Migratory species face a global decline, UN warns

Nearly half of the world's migratory animals are declining, with many at risk of extinction, highlighting the urgent need for global conservation efforts.

Christina Larson reports for The Associated Press.

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Europe's farmers challenge green policies amid rising costs

European farmers are pushing back against environmental regulations, highlighting the complex balance between agricultural practices and climate goals.

Somini Sengupta and Monika Pronczuk report for The New York Times.

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How pesticides, road salt threaten Maine’s water supply

The amount of road salt being using, coupled with leaking old septic systems and an increased use of fertilizers and pesticides to kill ticks and mosquitoes and manage invasive plants, are among the greatest threats to future water supply.

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