Category Archives: habitat

​Organic food worse for the climate – Sweden

Organically farmed food has a bigger climate impact than conventionally farmed food, due to the greater areas of land required. This is the finding of a new international study involving Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, published in the journal Nature. … Continue reading

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U.S. Supreme Court turns away challenge to Trump’s border wall 

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rebuffed a challenge by three conservation groups to the authority of President Donald Trump’s administration to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, a victory for Trump who has made the … Continue reading

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BEAT THE WAVE: Preparedness community meetings | 22 Minutes |

Lincoln City emergency planners are meeting with area residents over the next few weeks to outline Beat the Wave, a tsunami resilience project coordinated through the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development and the Oregon Department of Geology and … Continue reading

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Landowners Hail Property Rights Victory At Supreme Court In Frog Habitat Dispute | Theft By Frog

A unanimous Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the Fish and Wildlife Service was wrong to designate a 1,500 acre tract of land in Louisiana as a “critical habitat” for the endangered dusky gopher frog, even though the species has not … Continue reading

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California Forest Mismanagement – Fires Predictable

Source: Maggie’s Farm

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Cosmic Airburst May Have Wiped Out Part of the Middle East 3,700 Years Ago | Sodom and Gomorrah 

Among the evidence that the scientists uncovered for the airburst are 3,700-year-old pieces of pottery from Tall el-Hammam that have an unusual appearance. The surface of the pottery had been vitrified (turned to glass). The temperature was also so high … Continue reading

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California’s forest fire tragedy | Private Timber, No Fires – Fed Land, Fires

The wildfire crisis facing our forests across the West comes down to a simple adage. Excess timber comes out of the forest one way or the other. It is either carried out, or it burns out. But it comes out. … Continue reading

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