Friday, 14 February 2014

California Farms Are Slow to Adopt Water-Saving Technology - Higher Food Prices on the Way.

Newsweek

Coming soon to a grocery store near you: higher food prices, because California, which grows more than half of the nation's fresh fruits and vegetables, is in its third consecutive year of getting only about one-eighth the usual amount of water from snow melting in the High Sierras. Details here.

‘Negligible’ long-term impacts on climate from COVID-19 restrictions

Nature Climate Change Empty streets during the Covid shutdown in Zaragoza City, Spain, Mar. 2020. A Wikimedia photo. The decli...