No. 212, Nov. 25, 2021
Hello Revelator readers,
Jaguars have been gone from the United States for so long that people have forgotten how to coexist with them. But experience south of the border shows how humans and jaguars can live together.
What’s better for plants and wildlife is better for the climate — and vice versa. Here’s how to solve for climate and biodiversity at the same time.
“To save them, I must first find them.” That’s the challenge for conservationist Sihar Aditia Silalahi, who’s working to understand and protect the elusive narrow sawfish.
From the Archives:
How do we achieve safe climate targets? We’ll need healthy ecosystems, and that starts with public lands.
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Here are five more stories we’re watching this week.
1. Climate Denial Is Waning on the Right. What’s Replacing it Might Be Just as Scary (The Guardian)
2. Construction Starts at America’s First Major Offshore Wind Farm (CNBC)
3. Here’s the Next Animal That Could Go Extinct (The New York Times)
4. Maine Regulators Suspend CMP Corridor Permit in Major Blow to $1B Transmission Project (Bangor Daily News)
5. UK to Require Charge Points for Electric Vehicles in New Buildings (Reuters)
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