| Jan 2, 2018

Can agriculture stem its effects on climate in 2018?

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After Rene Castro-Salazar attended the first U.N.-led climate talks in Berlin in 1985 as Costa Rica's environment and energy minister, he tried to talk about agriculture and climate change — but few wanted to join the conversation. "There was always opposition — and we couldn't ...

/ Dec 28, 2017

Rising humidity will worsen health impact of global warming

High humidity will magnify the effects of rising heat from South America to India, affecting people's ability to work and even survive, unless greenhouse gas emissions are substantially cut in coming decades, according to U.S. researchers. Heat remains underestimated as a threat by governments, aid ...