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The Science of Climate Change Explained
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Definitive answers to the big questions.

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The Science of Climate Change Explained
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Definitive answers to the big questions.

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French Wine Production Ravaged by a Devastating Frost
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France’s winegrowers had already been hit by higher U.S. taxes and the pandemic. Now they are dealing with a “violent” cold snap.

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As Locusts Swarmed East Africa, This Tech Helped Squash Them
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A hastily formed crowdsourcing operation to contain the insects in Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia could help manage climate-related disasters everywhere.

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Taiwan’s Drought Pits Chip Makers Against Farmers
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The island is going to great lengths to keep water flowing to its all-important semiconductor industry, including shutting off irrigation to legions of rice ...

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No Longer Homeless or Hiking, Raynor Winn Is Still in Thrall to Nature
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In “The Wild Silence,” a sequel to her best-selling memoir “The Salt Path,” the British author contends with the illness and death of ...

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How a Fruit-Filled Garden Inspired a New Wellness Brand
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On the grounds of his colorful Los Angeles home, Flamingo Estate, Richard Christiansen found both guidance and ingredients for his latest venture.

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An Argument for Investing Where the Return Is Social Change
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A new report makes the case for investments that consider impact first and financial return second. But critics say such investments are mainly for the wealthy.

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Jill Biden, in California, Lends Support to Farmworkers Seeking Vaccinations
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The first lady was in Delano, Calif., to mark the birthday of César Chávez, the labor organizer who formed the country’s first successful ...

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Jill Biden travels to California to mark Cesar Chavez’s birthday, thank essential farmworkers
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During the visit, she praised essential workers for their work during the pandemic and said President Biden would support immigration policy that treats ...

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Who Will Fulfill the Vision of Cesar Chavez?
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The next generation, the one Chavez presciently foresaw, must find ways to bring reform, not just in the cities but also in the fields.

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Tropical Forest Destruction Accelerated in 2020
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There were bright spots, but the total lost acreage increased by 12 percent over all from the year before, according to new research.

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