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Climate, Not Conflict. Madagascar’s Famine is the First in Modern History to be Solely Caused by Global Warming

2021-07-22T18:01:04-05:00

Climate, Not Conflict. Madagascar's Famine is the First in Modern History to be Solely Caused by Global Warming By Aryn Baker – Jul 20, 2021 Cropland is covered by sand in Betsimeda, Maroalomainty commune, [...]

Climate, Not Conflict. Madagascar’s Famine is the First in Modern History to be Solely Caused by Global Warming2021-07-22T18:01:04-05:00

For Farmworkers, Heat Too Often Means Needless Death

2021-07-16T19:51:44-05:00

For Farmworkers, Heat Too Often Means Needless Death Advocates say the case of an undocumented Oregon worker during the record-breaking Pacific Northwest heatwave exposes the deadly toll of failed U.S. immigration law. By Liza Gross - July 9, 2021 [...]

For Farmworkers, Heat Too Often Means Needless Death2021-07-16T19:51:44-05:00

Goal 11: Make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable

2021-07-05T11:32:24-05:00

Goal 11: Make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable United Nations The world is becoming increasingly urbanized. Since 2007, more than half the world’s population has been living in cities, and that share is projected [...]

Goal 11: Make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable2021-07-05T11:32:24-05:00

Despite Capitol Hill Enthusiasm for Planting Crops to Store Carbon, Few Farmers are Doing It, Report Finds

2021-07-05T10:42:47-05:00

Despite Capitol Hill Enthusiasm for Planting Crops to Store Carbon, Few Farmers are Doing It, Report Finds In the nation’s Corn Belt, only about 3 million acres of corn and soybeans out of 68 million acres were planted with “cover [...]

Despite Capitol Hill Enthusiasm for Planting Crops to Store Carbon, Few Farmers are Doing It, Report Finds2021-07-05T10:42:47-05:00

Drought Indicators in Western U.S. Flash Warnings of the ‘Big One’

2021-06-29T15:44:24-05:00

Drought Indicators in Western U.S. Flash Warnings of the ‘Big One’ Brian K Sullivan and Elizabeth Elkin – Jun 24, 2021 Sarah Brunner opened the irrigation spigots on her farm in March, three months [...]

Drought Indicators in Western U.S. Flash Warnings of the ‘Big One’2021-06-29T15:44:24-05:00

Without ‘Transformative Adaptation’ Climate Change May Threaten the Survival of Millions of Small Scale Farmers

2021-06-30T14:47:03-05:00

Without ‘Transformative Adaptation’ Climate Change May Threaten the Survival of Millions of Small Scale Farmers By Georgina Gustin - June 23, 2021 A new report shows that, without sweeping, fundamental shifts to food systems, increasing heat, [...]

Without ‘Transformative Adaptation’ Climate Change May Threaten the Survival of Millions of Small Scale Farmers2021-06-30T14:47:03-05:00

Costly frost in France attributed to climate changeears

2021-06-29T22:29:12-05:00

Costly frost in France attributed to climate changeears Frank Jordans - June 14, 2021 Scientists say damaging frost that caused significant economic loss to France's central winegrowing region this year was made more likely [...]

Costly frost in France attributed to climate changeears2021-06-29T22:29:12-05:00

The Promised Land: 5 Ways Farmers Are Fighting Climate Change

2021-06-29T21:30:13-05:00

The Promised Land: 5 Ways Farmers Are Fighting Climate Change Agriculture has a huge carbon footprint—but it doesn’t have to be that way. Here’s how sustainable farming practices are cultivating a better future. Brianna Sharpe - Jan, 2018 [...]

The Promised Land: 5 Ways Farmers Are Fighting Climate Change2021-06-29T21:30:13-05:00
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