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The world needs a large-scale, rapid shake-up in transportation and in how we produce food and electricity. That’s according to the new UN Emissions Gap Report on climate change that warns again about the failure to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius above preindustrial times as outlined in the Paris Agreement.
The Colorado River Basin is facing the worst drought to hit the region in 1,200 years, which has been made worse by global warming.
It’s fall, and the din of leaf blowers permeates neighborhoods, as many dutifully collect leaves from their yards. But according to new research, the climate would be better served if we let leaves lie.
Imagine you’re a fish, say a tuna, swimming in the middle of the ocean—and you get an itch. You don’t have hands and there’s nothing nearby like a coral or rock to scratch against. What to do? You find a shark.
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