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Written by: Elisabeth Vogel Some of Victoria’s most important agricultural regions are among the areas worst hit by severe floods inundating the state this week. This may lead to food shortages and higher supermarket prices for milk, fruit, vegetables and other...
Written by: Annie Ropeik From spring to fall, Michael Dennett spends his days transporting sheep from his family’s homestead in Jefferson, Maine, to graze at nearby solar farms. The flock that began as a gift for his wife — “really...
Written by: Kimberly White  France has become the first European country to prohibit fossil fuel advertising, with some caveats.  The French government has rolled out legislation banning the marketing or promotion of energy products related to fossil fuels. The ban, which...
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