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Thomas Jefferson's efforts to grow #wine grapes in #Virginia hit snags at every turn. His efforts would bear much better fruit today. By Marianne Lavelle for Daily Climate
Dec. 30, 2014. Thomas Jefferson's efforts to grow wine grapes in Virginia hit snags at every turn. His efforts would bear much better fruit today. Also: Virginia becomes the wine center Jefferson envisioned 200 years ago. By Marianne Lavelle The Daily Climate. CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.
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Media Note: Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism announced 14 winners of the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards. Award winners included The +The Seattle Times' large multimedia project on #oceanacidification and Virunga: The Movie, which examined environmental issues in the forested depths of eastern #Congo. +Columbia Journalism School 
Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism announced 14 winners of the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards. Award winners included The Seattle Times' large multimedia project on ocean acidification and the documentary Virunga, which examined environmental issues in the forested depths of eastern Congo. Columbia Journalism School.
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Media Note: "The heaviest air pollution in Chinese cities tends to appear when the temperature falls. That makes it an apt time to cozy up with 'The People’s Republic of Chemicals' by William J. Kelly and Chip Jacobs, a breezy new book that explores ‪#‎China‬’s pollution woes by tracking a key source of the problem: ‪#‎coal‬." James T. Areddy, +Wall Street Journal 
The heaviest air pollution in Chinese cities tends to appear when the temperature falls. That makes it an apt time to cozy up with “The People’s Republic of Chemicals” by William J. Kelly and Chip Jacobs, a breezy new book that explores China’s pollution woes by tracking a key source of the problem: coal. James T. Areddy, The Wall Street Journal.
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As #humanrights gain prominence at the #UNClimateTalks, clean energy and forest protection projects lose their shine amid allegations of inequity. Story by +Marianne Lavelle SanSeverino for Daily Climate
Social injustice dogs two promising climate solutions. Peru-620 Dec. 1, 2014. As human rights gain prominence at the UN climate talks, clean energy and forest protection projects lose their shine amid allegations of inequity. Also today: Human rights take the spotlight in UN climate talks ...
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Modern technology and marketing have certainly helped, but a changing climate has transformed #Virginia into a #wine-making terroir worthy of the founding father's aspirations. By Marianne Lavelle for Daily Climate
In 1979 Virginia had seven vineyards. Today it has 235, and there's no question the industry is adapting in real time to a changing climate. Vintner Gabriele Rausse, here near the grape vines at Jefferson's Monticello estate, is widely hailed as father of Virginia wine making.
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Media Note: "If you’ve been following news reports about California’s epic drought in the aftermath of the recent storms there, it would be understandable if you’ve found yourself perplexed." Tom Yulsman, +Discover Magazine 
If you’ve been following news reports about California’s epic drought in the aftermath of the recent storms there, it would be understandable if you’ve found yourself perplexed.Tom Yulsman, Discover.
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Media Note: In conversation with host Steve Curwood, the Daily Climate’s science writer +Marianne Lavelle SanSeverino discusses how #humanrights issues are now getting interwoven with #climatechange solutions and that future agreements must account for this. PRI's Living on Earth
For years, national leaders have failed to create sustainable climate change solutions, and poorer nations and communities have borne the brunt of inaction. In conversation with host Steve Curwood, the Daily Climate’s science writer Marianne Lavelle discusses how human rights issues are now getting interwoven with climate change solutions and that future agreements must account for this. Living on Earth.
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The #UNClimateTalks are no longer just about emissions limits and trends. The annual negotiations, opening today in Peru, have also become the most visible effort to address #socialjustice and #humanrights. Story by +Marianne Lavelle SanSeverino for Daily Climate
Social justice issues increasingly are finding a voice within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change talks, which resume Monday in Lima. Above, UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres and Peru's Minister of the Environment, Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, at a pre-conference event ...
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