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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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Community Conversation: Plans for 'next Florence' emerge

Special Report: Hurricane Florence five years ago forced new thinking about adaptation and resiliency, especially in North Carolina's most vulnerable coastal areas.
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What causes wildfires? Lightning, people, climate change … and obsessively putting them out

Decades of fire suppression have made forests more flammable. Add lightning, human error and climate change and it’s a recipe for disaster.

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France's Citizens' Convention for the Climate

France's president gave ordinary people the power to formulate national climate policies. He got more than he bargained for

France gave 150 ordinary citizens the task of formulating the nation's climate policies. From bans on petrol-car ads and short-haul flights, here's what happened when a diverse group of non-politicians was put in charge.
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How many people can Earth handle?

This year, the human population on Earth is expected to reach eight billion. To mark the occasion, BBC Future takes a look at one of the most controversial issues of our time.
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NSW government delays delivering electric bus fleet by at least five years

The NSW government concedes a "bold goal" of transitioning Sydney buses from diesel to electric by 2030 is no longer possible — extending the timeline to reach net zero across the transport fleet.
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Canada throws out half the food it produces. What if we ate it instead?

‘It’s easier and cheaper to just throw food away instead of find someone who could use it.’ Part four of a series.
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