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Food prices are rising as countries limit exports. Blame climate change, El Nino and Russia's war

Restrictions on food exports are spilling over from rice and wheat to other essentials. This ranges from Tanzania's limits on shipping onions to its neighbors and Morocco's restrictions on tomatoes to ongoing bans of some kinds of rice in Asia.
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Arizona, low on water, weighs taking it from the sea. In Mexico

A $5 billion plan to desalinate seawater in Mexico and pipe it to Phoenix is testing the notion that desert cities can keep growing as the Earth warms.
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The giving forest, and a tribe’s sustainable logging practices

The Menominee tribe has sustainably logged its forest in Wisconsin for 160 years. But that careful balance faces a crisis: too many trees and too few loggers.
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Bananas, coffee and cocoa could all be ‘endangered’ by 2050

Some everyday essentials could be at risk of becoming ‘endangered’ due to climate change. And it’s bad news if you rely on a daily coffee, banana, or even a square of dark chocolate.

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General Motors reaches deal to ensure its chip supply

GlobalFoundries will dedicate part of its semiconductor output to G.M. as the automaker offers more electric vehicles and driver-assistance systems.
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Natural gas shortages hit China as temperatures plunge

Local governments starved for cash after enormous spending on costly “zero Covid” measures cannot afford to keep up adequate supplies of gas.
Price of diesel, which powers the economy, is still climbing

Price of diesel, which powers the economy, is still climbing

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is one reason that the fuel is scarce. Another is a series of yearslong, intertwined events that cover the globe.