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Fire and drought may push Amazonian forests beyond tipping point
Future simulations of climate in the Amazon suggest a longer dry season leading to more drought and fires. Woods Hole Research Center scient
Thoughts on the Apocalypse: Fight for What You Love by Derrick Jensen - ...
A rallying cry for our dying planet. By Derrick Jensen The dominant culture is murdering the planet, and there really isn’t a prayer of stop
Guebert: Ag groups can't ignore perils of climate change : Columnists
The March 31 front page of almost every daily newspaper in the world featured dire headlines for a story made public the night before by the
Way Beyond Greenwashing: Have Corporations Captured Big Conservation?
Many of the biggest conservation nonprofits have already agreed to a series of global bargains with international agribusiness. In exchange
Petrolio: soltanto gli scisti impediscono il declino della produzione, m...
Da "Resilience.org" by Matt Mushalik, originally published by Crude Oil Peak. Traduzione di MR Ignorato dai media, il petrolio di scisto ame
How Ecological Farming Builds Resilience to Climate Change
The model of farming we choose can either make us more vulnerable, or help us
UN Human Rights Committee Finds US in Violation on 25 Counts
A UN Human Rights Committee excoriates the US civil and political rights record, enumerating 25 lapses - including torture, drone attacks, p
BP confirms oil spill into Lake Michigan from Whiting refinery
A malfunction at the BP refinery in Whiting forced a slug of crude oil into Lake Michigan on Monday, the company confirmed today.
People May Die of Thirst as Fossil Fuel Production Exhausts and Pollutes...
MARK KARLIN, EDITOR OF BUZZFLASH AT TRUTHOUT (Photo: ERIO) You cannot live without water, but the fossil fuel industry is counting on squeez
$500 Million Over Budget: How Should We Really Pay for Fighting Wildfire...
Some lawmakers want wildfire-fighting to be funded from elsewhere. See why that's a problem.
Why growing crops for food rather than energy in the Midwest can help mi...
To examine agricultural and land use practices and their climate mitigation potential in a 14-state portion of the U.S. Midwest, PNNL scient
Climate change will reduce crop yields sooner than we thought
A study led by the University of Leeds has shown that global warming of only 2°C will be detrimental to crops in temperate and tropical regi