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You Can't Eat Tar Sands

  by Jamie Henn A startling new study from the Center for Global Development shows that full development of the Canadian Tar Sands would have a devastating effect on global food production, especially in climate vulnerable continents such as Africa. A loss in agricultural productivity due to climate change will affect more than 3 billion people around

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Global Food Security & Warming-Driven Drought — Biggest Climate News of the Year?

  As Dr Joe Romm notes, there are a number of huge climate stories this year. However, he thinks the biggest was the increasing food insecurity related to global warming. I’ve written about this several times, mostly on Eat Drink Better, I think, but also several times here on Planetsave. It’s an important topic, and

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Local or Vegetarian Food, Which is More Important for Protecting the Environment?

Have you ever wondered which is better for the environment and for fighting global warming/climate change, eating local food or eating vegetarian? A study published on this matter in the journal Environmental Science & Technology answers that question you. Have an idea? Check if you’re right by reading the full post over on our sister

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