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In the 02/10/2020 edition:

Is Trump’s USDA Ready to Address Climate Change? There are Hopeful Signs.

Though critics are dubious, in a new 5-year plan the agency addresses weather disasters that have battered American farms and specifically mentions climate change.

After three years of sidelining climate change research and thinning its roster of scientists, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced a new five-year scientific plan this week to help American farmers cope with the worsening effects of the climate crisis.

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Drilling, Mining Boom Possible But Unlikely Under Trump’s Final Plan for Southern Utah Lands

The biggest climate impact will be on the lands’ capacity to reduce carbon emissions and provide carbon sinks.

As ominous as it might seem, the Trump administration's plan to reverse limits on new mining, drilling and development across a vast swath of federal land in southern Utah is unlikely to unleash a fossil fuel bonanza anytime soon. 

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