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How Climate Change is Impacting Farmers’ Mental Health
Aug 6, 2021
A Quiet Epidemic
Despite the efforts of researchers and organisers, Valley fever remains an obscure disease.
Hannah Simon and Robert Nolte
Mar 6, 2021
The Uncanny Valley of Fake Meat
What does the rise of meat substitutes mean for climate change?
Aug 31, 2020
The Changing Way: Climate Change and the Camino de Santiago
I was all alone on the path. The sun rose slowly behind me, coloring the distant sky a soft pink and then a fiery orange. On both sides...
Jul 30, 2020
Rising Seas and Creeping Authoritarianism: Bangladeshi Democracy in the Age of Climate Change
In November of 1970, a massive cyclone struck the Bay of Bengal, lashing the Ganges Delta with 150 mile per hour winds and sweeping a...
Apr 7, 2020
Some of Hastings has toppled into the sea. This time, the giant rock killed no one, but fast forward to another century and people will...
Mar 21, 2020
Simple in name, hard to achieve: companies to miss 2020 zero-deforestation commitments
Nearly a decade ago, the world’s largest food companies set a momentous goal: they would eliminate deforestation from their supply chains...