Sam Mulopulos argues that our Travis Rieder is wrong about limiting children in the context of a climate crisis. Mulopulos claims that solutions will come from the deliberate work of millions of people

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Our Travis Rieder continues the debate about climate change and the ethics of having children, via The Conversation

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Listen to our Travis Rieder, with Jennifer Ludden of NPR’s All Things Considered and Nikki Hutcheson of KCSB, as he expands on a provocative thought, “Maybe we should protect our kids by not having them.”

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Adopting a ‘demitarian’ diet would lead to a 25-40% reduction in nitrogen emissions from agriculture in Europe, report shows

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There’s a race on, of sorts, between two very different methods of curtailing our addiction to animal flesh

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The National Academy of Sciences — probably the country’s most prestigious scientific group — has reaffirmed its judgment that GMOs are safe to eat. But the group’s new report struck a different tone from previous ones, with much more space devoted to concerns about genetically modified foods, including social and economic ones

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Reducing food waste and changing the way people consume calories will help deliver a sustainable food system and reduce emissions, a study suggests

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The science says: perhaps. Climate change is a major public health threat, already making existing problems like asthma, exposure to extreme heat, food poisoning, and infectious disease more severe, and posing new risks from climate change-related disasters, including death or injury

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