With the sub-continent battling a vicious Covid onslaught, the worst fires in years are adding to South Asia’s woes.
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Wind power is the cheapest way to produce electricity, but some are not persuaded. The World Bank is out to change minds.
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Plutonium used to be called the world’s most valuable substance. It’s now recognised as a highly dangerous liability.
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Confining and slaughtering animals gave us COVID-19. So, what are you waiting for—a giant sign that you should go vegan? Well, in that case …
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By 2100, US farmers can expect more lethal heat, the equivalent of two months when it’s unsafe to pick crops.
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Multiple climate health risks threaten today’s babies. They may grow up hungrier, more diseased and facing more pollution and danger. But there’s hope.
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Urban farming, Cuban-style, is being hailed as an example of how to feed ourselves when climate change threatens serious food shortages.
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Healthcare workers urging zero carbon emissions say chemicals used increasingly to anaesthetise patients are potent greenhouse gases.
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One atomic power station heads gradually towards closure, another prepares to open. Northern Europe may yet see a revived nuclear Baltic.
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17 January, 2019 − Researchers are clear: the healthy diet for a healthy planet is more vegetables, less meat. What matters is the food that’s served, and the way it’s produced too.
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