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Michael Happ
Depending on which headlines you read, 2022’s midterm elections had different takeaways, including a worse than expected showing for Republicans, the ultimate flipping of the United States House from Democrats to Republicans, the drop-off in turnout among Democrats in New York, California and Florida, and resounding Democratic successes in places like Michigan, Minnesota and P
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To avoid the worst effects of climate chaos, we must radically transform, equitably and justly, the way we produce our food, manage our ecosystems, and power our economies. We must urgently deploy real and proven, socially just and people-led solutions and dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions at source, down to Real Zero.
Carbon Markets: Reducing Carbon Emissions or Missing the Mark?
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Sophie Scherger
On November 30, the European Commission will publish its legislative proposal for carbon removals, known as the Carbon Removal Certification Framework (CRCF).
Soil Health
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Sophie Scherger
“Carbon farming” has become a new buzzword in recent climate debates, and the European Commission is promoting carbon farming as a key solution in the upcoming European Union (EU) Carbon Removal Certification Framework.
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Karen Hansen-Kuhn
First published by The Hill on November 3, 2022. 
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Dr. Steve Suppan
As delegates to the 27th Conference of the Parties (COP27) of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) debated how to implement decisions taken at the COP26, U.N.
U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres at podium at COP27
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Ben Lilliston
Last year, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) urged action on reducing the potent greenhouse gas methane to slow the climate crisis.
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This report for the first time estimates the methane emissions of five of the largest meat corporations and ten of the largest dairy corporations. Their combined methane emissions are roughly 12.8 million tonnes, which equates to over 80% of the European Union’s entire methane footprint.
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