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B.C. winery becomes first in Canada to join climate action organization

Drinking wine might be a new excuse to reduce your carbon footprint — but it depends where you get it from.

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Big fashion companies lag behind on green targets

The 15 largest listed fashion companies are lagging behind when it comes to meeting the social and environmental targets of the Paris climate agreement and UN Sustainable Development Goals, a new report by the Business of Fashion says.

Tim Carl: Wildfires have pushed Napa Valley’s wine industry to the brink
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Tim Carl: Wildfires have pushed Napa Valley’s wine industry to the brink

What just a few years ago was a tragedy to be overcome by a handful of winemakers has now become an existential threat to the entire wine industry.
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Pass the shiraz, please: How Australia's wine industry can adapt to climate change

Many Australians enjoy a glass of homegrown wine, and A$2.78 billion worth is exported each year. But hotter, drier conditions under climate change means there are big changes ahead for our wine producers.

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Frozen harvest: German ice wine maker defies climate change
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Frozen harvest: German ice wine maker defies climate change

One winemaker in southern Germany has succeeded in producing a small, but precious, quantity of ice wine after an unseasonably mild winter ruined the rest of the country's harvest.

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Climate change threatens world's wineries. Which grapes will be saved?
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Climate change threatens world's wineries. Which grapes will be saved?

Climate change is causing heat spikes and irregular rain patterns that are prompting wineries the world over to consider new locations and new varietals.
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Australia's drought could produce a corker vintage

Australia's drought could produce a corker vintage

If Australia's big dry has a silver lining, it'll be worth cellaring, according to vintners, who are scrambling to irrigate vines while preparing for a smaller but sweeter vintage.
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