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BLOGGER URGES LOCAL ACTION TO FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE

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New research finds that more than 90% of global aquaculture faces substantial risk from environmental change

Peer-Reviewed Publication UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA - SANTA BARBARA Many of the world’s largest aquatic food producers are highly vulnerable to human-induced environmental change, with some of the highest-risk countries in Asia, Latin America and Africa demonstrating the lowest capacity for adaptation,  a landmark study  has shown. Read another version here. Please also read; Toxic Tides , the tragedy of fish farming everywhere.

Letters: Winds of change turn against pork industry

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The Manitoba Co-Operator - by Vicki Burns Manitoba hog producers would do well to pay very careful attention to California’s Prop 12 and the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision upholding it. Story here.

El Niño is back. Here's what it means for Canada

CBC NEWS Milder winter likely ahead, and more severe weather too, expert says.