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Carey L. Biron

Pollution to products? Recycled carbon emissions are coming to consumer shelves

Sep 15 2021

WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A long-forgotten industrial fermentation process is allowing a small share of climate-changing carbon pollution to be turned into household products, with the first items available this year.

FEATURE-As nature shifts, climate change forces rewrite of U.S. conservation strategy 

Aug 31 2021

DORCHESTER COUNTY, Maryland, Sept 1 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Standing on a jetty at the federal Blackwater wildlife refuge in Maryland, Matthew Whitbeck has a clear view of how climate change is shifting the land he's employed to preserve.

Doctor's orders: 'Nature prescriptions' see rise amid pandemic

Aug 31 2021

WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Annette Coen went for a health check-up last summer in Washington state, she and her doctor discussed concerns around her weight and asthma. Then her doctor offered a novel prescription: regular hikes in the woods.

Biden 'climate corps' plan excites young Americans seeking green jobs

Aug 24 2021

WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Environmental activist Kidus Girma, 26, walked about 400 miles (644 km) from New Orleans to Houston over six weeks in May and June, on a march aimed at bringing hope to communities who have been hit hard by the effects of a warming climate.  

UPDATE 1-'Runway' to stability: U.S. urged to boost housing for homeless youth

Aug 17 2021

* Transitional model typically offers housing, services for two years

FEATURE-'Runway' to stability: U.S. urged to boost housing for homeless youth

Aug 17 2021

* Transitional model typically offers housing, services for two years

FEATURE-Indigenous groups urge Biden to protect sacred sites

Jul 29 2021

* 'Red Road to DC' project brings totem pole across the country

アングル:海面上昇のリスク、「計画的撤退」を検討する米加州

Jul 25 2021

[ワシントン 20日 トムソン・ロイター財団] - 三方をサンフランシスコ湾に囲まれたリッチモンド市の住民にとって、海のそばで暮らすのは日常だ。だが、気候変動に伴う水位の上昇によって海がますます間近に迫る恐れが生じており、トム・バット市長もその懸念を隠そうとしない。

FEATURE-California weighs first step in 'managed retreat' from rising Pacific

Jul 20 2021

WASHINGTON, July 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - S urrounded on three sides by the San Francisco Bay, residents of Richmond are used to being near the ocean. But as rising seas threaten to bring it even closer, Mayor Tom Butt is candid about the risks.

FEATURE-How a U.S. 'loophole' can push organic farmers to destroy wildland

Jul 14 2021

* Unlike the United States, several countries bar organic farming on wildland

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