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By Nick Cunningham, DeSmog Blog
Preliminary data shows that methane emissions jumped in 2020 by the largest amount since systematic record-keeping began decades ago.
By John Smith, Open Democracy
By Rob Hopkins, Rob Hopkins blog
When was the last time you read a book cover to cover? And if you are still able to do this, do you feel you read in the same way you did, say, 20 years ago?
By Ugo Bardi, The Seneca Effect
The idea that a civilization may collapse because of resource depletion is often hard to believe for historians.
By Jonathan Latham, Independent Science News
It is agribusiness that most aggressively alleges that all other forms of agriculture are inadequate. This Malthusian spectre is a good story, it’s had a tremendous run, but it’s just not true.
By Joel Stronberg, Civil Notion
With the Senate evenly divided, the loss of one Democratic vote with no Republican replacement changes the balance of power.
By Lornet Turnbull, YES! magazine
Over the past year, more than 20 food supply organizations have contributed in one form or another to providing hot meals to residents through the community center.
By Rich Wilson, Claire Mellier , New Internationalist
In case you’ve not come across citizens’ assemblies, they are gatherings of people (usually 100-150), selected to be a true snapshot of the place in question (say, a country or city) based on demographic criteria such as gender, age, income and education level.